She is an International motorcycle trials rider and current Women's World Champion. In 2014 Emma became the first British rider to win the Women's FIM Trial World Championship. She also won the Women's FIM Trial European Championship in 2013 and the British Women's title in 2014. Emma began riding at the age of 4 and became a four time British Youth Champion. She started her international career at the 2006 World Championships, riding to 9th place in the Andorra round at the age of 16. Competing on a Gas Gas Emma contested the European and World rounds over the next few seasons. Emma signed for the Ossa factory in 2011 and rode to runner up position in the World Championships, a result she repeated in 2012. At the end of the season Emma left her factory ride at Ossa to joinSherco. 2013 proved to be a successful year, Emma winning the Women's FIM Trial European Championship title ahead of German Ossa rider Theresa Bauml. Emma went from strength to strength in 2014 when she clinched both the British Women's Title and the Women's FIM Trial World Championship title that had eluded her the previous two years..
"Life is like riding, to keep your balance you have to keep moving."