The All-American Girl Racing is an off-roading group that is known for only having a trip of female riders. The trio rose to fame as they competed in an array of off-road events that were known to be centered towards men – such as the Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts (SNORE), and the Mohave Desert Racing (MDR), along with the SCORE International Off-Road Racing Events where they truly generated fame as the competed in the highly anticipated Baja 1000. Though, after a while, the hype of these three female riders died down. Although, this doesn’t mean that they stopped living their life’s – here’s a recap of what the three members of the iconic pro-girl riding group are up to today.
Before Beccy Gordon became a famed rider, her family shared a joint history of off-road racing which started with her great-grandfather, Huntley Gordon, who was known to be racing cars during the beginning of the 1900’s. Moreover, her mother actually ran through the Baja 500 – all the time while she was nearly seven months pregnant with Beccy. Outside of racing, Beccy was a member of the United States Women’s National Softball Team along with being a swimsuit model for some of her career
After finishing college at Chapman University – Beccy became a racing journalist who was known for being a regular at an array of off-road racing events. The excitement of it prompted her and her sister, Robyn, to create their own off-road team – which was supposed to be female exclusive.
Now that the team has disbanded, Beccy is living her own life. She is currently married to IndyCar Series racer Ryan Hunter-Reay and has three children. Instead of racing full time, Beccy now works as a spokesperson for the Phoenix International Raceway and for NASCAR.
Sharing the same family lineage as Beccy – Robyn is no stranger to off-road racing. As her great-grandfather and mother both shared the passion for racing cars and bikes off-road, it rubbed off on Robyn as well.
Not much is known about the co-creator of the AAGR as she seemingly kept her personal life to herself and her family. However, it is understood that she helped her sister create the group and participated in an array of racing events where she grew in fame.
Nowadays it’s a bit hard to find information about Robyn as she does not seem to have any active social media. Her only account is a twitter account where she last updated on January 2018.
While not much about Heather Bonnai past is known, she was known to be a longtime off-road racing enthusiast and the creator of AAGR. One of her main reasons for creating the team was because she had a passion for racing and wanted to feature a group that was only filled with women to push the narrative that women can do it just as good as men.
After competing in a few off-road racing events with Beccy and Robyn, Heather is now married with four children. She works from home in Laguna Niguel. While she only races car as a pastime, Heather is now a GritCycle enthusiast where she has done a few interviews deciding her new life and loving every second of it.