Leslie Porterfield

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Leslie Porterfield was named as the 2008 American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Racing Female Rider of the Year,[1] holds three land-speed records and is a member of the Bonneville 200 mph club. She is also the owner of High Five Cycles, a used motorcycle dealership in downtown Dallas.[citation needed] She has been riding and racing motorcycles for sixteen of her 32 years.[citation needed]

Leslie Porterfield became the Guinness Book of World Records' Fastest Woman in the World on a Motorcycle with her land speed record set at Bonneville in 2008.[2]

The trials and tribulations of obtaining her record at Speedweek were documented for the Discovery Channel show "Speed Capital of the World: Bonneville".[3][4]

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