A 10-year-old girl from Albuquerque has just qualified for the USA team at the BMX World Championships! Here's how you can donate to send her there. One young lady from New Mexico is showing people that with determination and hard work, you can make your dreams come true! She will be making her way all the way to Europe to compete against some of the best athletes in the world. 10 year-old Taio Taylor from Albuquerque began riding her BMX bike about three years ago and got her entire family to join in on the fun! Her older brother, sister and her dad all began BMX riding together to bond and have a common hobby within the family.

Since Taio started the sport late, she clearly had talent and was able to catch up quickly surprise many fo the girls in her division. Taio now has sponsorship locally and nationally and in March, qualified for the World Championships in Belgium according to KRQE. The preteen is nervous to be competing on such a big stage, but knows if she works hard enough she will succeed. If you would like to help her pay for this expensive and exciting adventure, she is currently selling shirts and there is a GoFundMe set up for donations.



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