Dorothy “Dot” Robinson
(1924 - 2012)
"Dot" as she was known, was a true force in the motorcycling world. In 1940, she became the first woman to win a National AMA race, a feat she repeated in 1946. Dot fought tirelessly to bring motorcycling to women, proving that they too could compete and excel in the sport. Her determination was evident when she was denied entry into the National Endurance Race, prompting her to rally thousands of supporters to present their signatures to the AMA director's office. Dot's legacy is a symbol of resilience and bravery, an inspiration to women everywhere who dare to push boundaries and challenge the status quo.
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Start by taping a paper sheets to a flat surface, then outline the perimeter of each foot. Make sure the pen is 90° from the sheet of paper at all times.
Once both feet have been outlined, draw four lines on the widest part of each side.
Draw a straight line from the highest part of the thumb to the heel, this will be M1. Then, draw a straight line across the widest parts of the foot, this will be M2.
Now measure with a ruler to get the height (M1) and width (M2).
Lastly find your measurements on the table below.