Sarah Burch

Sarah was first introduced to motorcycles by her dad and dirt biking at summer camp. She was finally able to get her license after college and her first bike was a 2005 Suzuki GS500. Since then she’s had a 2016 Kawasaki Ninja 650 ABS, a 2015 Yamaha FZ07, and is currently sitting on a 2001 Ducati Monster 900.

She grew up the oldest of five kids and the daughter of two wonderful parents. They taught them the power of curiosity, expression, and independence – all things riding provides. It’s no wonder she started ‘Between The Legs: A Moto Podcast’! Most recently Sarah and her dad built out a 2019 Ram Promaster 2500 to drive her bike across the country this summer. Fun fact: she welded her own ramps! While living/working in it, she’s travelled up the East Coast, across to Chicago, down to San Diego, and is now making her way up the West Coast.

Sarah’s looking forward to the challenge Mongolia’s riding environment will bring to her. While dirt and off-road aren’t her forte, she’s had experience with American Supercamp and other programs to set some foundations. Most of all she’s looking forward to supporting a unique community and its wildlife through Rally for Rangers.