Vintage Motorcycle Racer Sarah Lahalih
Vintage motorcycle racer Sarah Lahalih was the first female ever to compete in the Thruxton Cup.
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Rider: Sarah Lahalih
Age/years racing: 38/9
Occupation: Motorcycle safety training
Race bikes: Suzuki SV650/Aprilia RS250/Honda RS125
Daily rider: 2011 Triumph Tiger XC
To hear Sarah Lahalih tell it, racing just came naturally. “I don’t know that I ever really had any plans for any of this,” Lahalih says, “it was just the natural evolution of riding.” That “natural evolution” has followed a somewhat unlikely path, beginning with her first bike some 20 years ago, purchased without her parents’ knowledge and hidden from view. That sounds in character when you learn that Lahalih started boxing about the same time