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Elena Myers was born on 21 November, 1993 in Mountain View, California, United States, is an American motorcycle racer. At 27 years old, Elena Myers height not available right now. We will update Elena Myers's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Elena Myers
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Age 27 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 21 November 1993
Birthday 21 November
Birthplace Mountain View, California, United States
Nationality US

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Her husband is Dean Court

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Elena Myers Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Elena Myers worth at the age of 27 years old? Elena Myers’s income source is mostly from being a successful Racer. She is from US. We have estimated Elena Myers's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Myers filed a lawsuit against Loews Hotels in February 2017, saying she was sexually assaulted by a masseur in Philadelphia in October 2014.


In November, 2015, Myers announced she was engaged to British motorcycle racer Dean Court. They were married in January 2016, she taking the married name Elena Myers Court.


For 2014, Myers will ride a Apex Manufacturing/Sportbike Tracktime/Castrol backed Triumph Daytona 675R in the AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike class.


Myers, at 5 feet 3 inches (1.60 m) tall and weighing 116 lb (53 kg), is aware of the perception that women lack the upper body strength for 600-class motorcycles with minimum weights of 365–385 lb (166–175 kg), says that, "it's more of a mental game." Virginia Meyers, Elena's grandmother, was worried about the risks but was reassured after seeing her ride. She had crashed several times as of 2007, the worst injury up to then being a broken finger. In a 2008 crash she was pinned under her bike, and suffered burns, a concussion, and a lacerated spleen. Of that crash, she said, "I wanted to go out and train so much. They told me to wait six weeks, and I waited three." On the morning of her victory at Infineon Raceway, she had taken shots of cortisone and Lidocaine for foot pain. Her parents, aware of the risks, won't allow her to go too far, while still pursuing her goals, explains her mother, Anita Myers, "she's very well balanced and just trying to take advantage of the opportunities that she has."


Elena Myers achieved her second professional career win at Daytona International Speedway in SuperSport Race 2, on March 17, 2012. She won the race by .240 seconds, coming in first among a group of four closely packed riders on the final lap. After the race, Myers said, "It was a phenomenal race. I stayed up there and led a little bit, then stayed behind just to see how much I could be behind and still catch up. Everyone's bikes were really fast but mine was too.


Myers graduated from high school on February 11, 2011. During high school she was a straight A student. She took independent studies through California's Liberty High School District, at Independence High School in Brentwood, California. While still in school, Myers said that not going to a traditional high school meant that, "I miss out on dances and stuff, but who cares about that — I race motorcycles!"


When she was 11, John Ulrich promised to take Myers to Daytona International Speedway when she was 16, the minimum age to turn pro. As promised, she made her professional debut at Daytona on March 11, 2010.

Myers' first AMA Pro Racing victory came during Race 1, Round 4 of the 2010 season of the AMA Supersport Championship (AMA Supersport West series) at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California, on 15 May 2010. On lap 10 of 18 scheduled laps, the race was called after being red flagged twice due to crashes, securing first place for Myers. The race was not allowed to run its full distance because cleaning up the track and restarting would have put the day's program too far behind schedule. Myers described the time between the first and second red flags by saying, "I got a good restart off the front row and made some moves. I felt like I was getting a little bit closer to the leader with about eight or nine laps to go. I came around the next lap and the red flag was shown again." (The AMA Supersport West series is limited to riders ages 16–21 riding close to stock 600 cc (37 cu in) displacement sport bikes).

In 2010, she had several more sponsors, including Pirelli. Myers' family realized that being female helped her get noticed. Some of the advertisements created by her sponsors Kawasaki and Pirelli emphasize her youth and gender to draw attention. Suzuki colored their home page pink in honor of her victory riding their GSX-R600 motorcycle.


In 2008, riding a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R, she won a Western-Eastern Roadracers' Association (WERA) national race, and had several podium finishes. She was racing as amateur against adults since age 11, but as professional competes in league for teenagers.


Myers might be the youngest female ever to enter the AMA racing circuit. In 2007, at age 13, she was under contract with Kawasaki Team Green three years before she was old enough to obtain a drivers license. She rides a Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship.

Myers goals are to graduate to the AMA Daytona Sportbike Championship class, which would normally be the result of winning the AMA Pro SuperSport Championship. In the longer term she has her sights on the premier motorcycling class, MotoGP. Kawasaki's senior media relations coordinator Jeff Herzog said in 2007, "I think she's the fastest female road racer in (the United States), and she hasn't had a chance to stretch her wings yet."


Myers began riding motorcycles at age eight, with the help and encouragement of her parents. She began with pocketbike racing, then progressed to mini bikes, then to supermoto. At age 11 (2006), Myers raced on John Ulrich's Team Roadracing World in the United States Grand Prix Racers Union (USGPRU) National Series 125 cc (7.6 cu in) class and won her first race, riding a 1997 Honda RS125 GP. She then gained sponsorship assistance from Kawasaki and Road RacingWorld.com's "Kids: Don't Smoke!" program. She also had a sponsorship from Umbrella Girls USA, a modeling agency for paddock girls.


Elena Myers Court (born November 21, 1993) is an American professional motorcycle racer. She made history in 2010 as the first female to win an AMA Pro Racing sprint road race. She is also the first woman to win a professional motorsports race of any kind at Daytona International Speedway, on March 17, 2012.