Stefy Bau (born February 17, 1977 near Milan, Italy) is a former Motocross and Supercross professional racer. After a career-ending injury in 2005, Stefy was able to turn negative into positive and  became the General Manager of the newly established FIM Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Women’s World Motocross Championship by Youthstream. Since then she has open her own successful branding and business development/marketing agency, 211 Engaging and recently (September 2014) created a Tech StartUp, NexTus Global, which focus on Mobile Applications. The first app launched is Hug Me App, which is a social network that shares the power of hugs.   

Her national racing number used to be number 211. 211 was the first number that AMA assigned her when she turned pro in the USA among the men in January 2000. Today 211 is synonymous of 211 MX School, 211 media, 211 Outreach and 211 Engaging, Stefy’s companies in the motorcycle industry and non. Stefy has also been a member of the CFM, Women Commission inside the FIM Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme and made ties with many governments to empower women in sports.

The SPEAKER path

Stefy likes to travel the world to speak at events aimed to empower women through sports and bring new technologies for better connectivities. Stefy is often seen as a self-made role model and enjoys the opportunities to share her experiences and knowledges to inspire other female world wide.  If you or your company would like to book Stefy for a speaking engagement at your event please don’t hesitate to contact us through the contact link on the top of the page.

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  1. Wow , this is amazing, Stefi ! Beeing able to stand up again after your injury and do whatever it takes..work hard.-..and play hard : thats the stuff role models are made of !

  2. My husband just talked to you at the gas station outside of Atlanta. We were the car that followed you around. After he got back in the truck he was talking about how much you knew about motocross. My son said ” she must have a motocross school because her shirt said 211 motocross school. I googled it and my husband nearly fell over when I read your bio to him! Lol! Your awesome! That made our whole trip so much better! Thanks!!

  3. Wow, it’s really inspirational & great to see someone triumph over a life-altering injury like you have Stefy. I got hurt on August 19th, 2003…I was in a really bad car accident. Traumatic Brain injury is what I was left with. I remember I saw you at the 2001 or 2002 Southwick, Massachusetts (MX 338) AMA Pro National. I Wanted to talk to you and ask if you wanted to watch the race from the great spot where I always watched that race from SO BADLY, but I was this this awkward 15 year-old kid who was like the only motocross racer kid THERE who wasn’t dressed in Jersey, Pants, Kidney Belt, Racing Boots, & all the riding gear they own short of their helmet & goggles… I never understood that…fans who aren’t even eligIble to race that event show up dressed like they’re about to line up at the gate. But I was really shy back then, I didn’t know if you could speak english, and because I was afraid of it being too awkward I just kept my mouth shut…

  4. Silly trivia question, but — born in Italy? Are / were you also German?

  5. ciao stefy. ti ricordi di me. facevamo minicross insieme. mi chiamo luca vivera. complimenti per tutto quello che hai fatto e che ancora stai facendo. un abbraccio luca

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