When asked the question of: Did you ever picture yourself possibly being the only female, to date, to win a "National Biker Build Off" title, in somewhat of a "men's only award" category? I replied... "Absoutely!"

Being raised in a small town in South Dakota, there is not a whole lot to do there... But I loved my childhood. My parents owned "the Great Escape" a motorcycle and snowmobiile dealership. I learned through them how to run a small business, and have a great quality of life. From the parts counter to the bookkeeping, I learned first hand at the age of 8, true passion for what you love. My father, Terry, taught me to "ride like a boy"... But, the real truth was that I could ride anything with "horsepower" like a man. Cars. motorcycles, go carts, snowmobiles, quads, lawn mowers, tractors, etc..., were never off limits. My goal was always to be faster, better, and more competitive. My mom Linda would cry out of neverousness when my dad would push me to my limits but, I thank him everyday for that. The truth is, there weren't many of his veteran friends who could keep up.

So I'm competitve by nature (Champion Exhibitor of Quarter Horses, National Runner-up Barista Champion, Snowmobile Cross Country Champion, and Rookie of the Year in the Snowmobile Grass and Snow Drags) and Entrepreneur by vocation (Gresham, Oregon knows me as the "coffee girl", where I own "Terri Lynn Link's No Ordinary Joe" a successful chain of drive thru espresso shops). My coffee shops have a great reputation for quality and service and all my employees are fantastic. Anyone that really knows me, knows that I try and live by the saying... "We must be the change we wish to see."- Ghandi

Do I want to be called "Head Siren?"


I hope to be a role model for women and children alike. I want to let all of you women reading this know that you were Sirens before... it's time to make it official!

TL Head Siren