Hey! It’s so great to meet you virtually. I’m Heather Wilson.

I’m a motorsports communications and marketing strategist. I consult with racers, race teams and motorsports companies that want to get more visibility. I help them improve their content and increase their consistency, which translates into more engaged followers and fans, as well as more sponsors.

Whether it’s motorcycle, side-by-side, snowmobile or auto racing — I have 10+ years of experience promoting motorsports individuals/teams, businesses and events.

I grew up immersed in motorcycling. I started riding at the age of 5 and haven’t looked back. I currently ride a KTM Freeride 250R dirtbike at family enduros and dual sports and a KTM 690 Enduro for adventure riding.

My dad, Wally, raced for the U.S. International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) team and has owned a motorcycle dealership in Ohio (Wheelsports) for 47 years. He’s where my passion for riding and promoting the sport came from.


I worked in communications, marketing and operations roles at two industry-leading motorcycle associations (American Motorcyclist Association and Motorcycle Industry Council) for nearly a decade. Then, I decided to start my own business and haven’t looked back! I love the clients I get to work with.

I’m also a chief motorcycle safety instructor and volunteer with a local race series to recruit sponsors and manage their marketing content.

In 2023, I was awarded Powersports Business’ 40 Under 40 Award.

I understand a variety of industry perspectives:
-event organizers/clubs
-trade associations
-aftermarket companies

I earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Ohio University, with specializations in public relations and marketing, as well as a minor in organizational communications. 

I’m determined to get you noticed, improve operations and increase revenue.

Dogs, Community & Motorsports

If you don’t know me yet, it won’t take you long to discover that I am not only obsessed with motorsports, but also with my fur-babies and making a positive impact in the community.

I have two golden retrievers, Pal and Bentley, who are some of the best coworkers. These 60-pound hunks of love have so much personality, and you really can’t have a bad day with these guys around!

When I’m not riding motorcycles or hanging with my dogs, I’m volunteering my time for causes I care about: 4-H, service dog organizations, dog rescues and more.