Iris Oelschlegel (Krämer) is a German International motorcycle trials rider. She was six times German Women's Trials Champion, three times Women's European Trial Championship winner and the 2007 FIM Women's Trial World Champion. Iris took part in the SSDT (Scottish Six Days Trial) six times, finishing it every time. She competed in the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in New Zealand in 2006. She managed to finish the demanding competition but it still remains in her memory as one of the hardest things she has ever done! Iris also took part in the Cape Epic MTB Race in 2010 finishing it in 37th place in a mixed category. Since her retirement from the FIM Women´s Trial World Championship at the end of the 2009 season, her goal has been to share her experience and knowledge and to work together with the FIM to improve the women´s Trial championship. As the Track Inspector for Women’s Trial, Iris´s job is to control the sections, especially the severity level and the riders’ safety. She also acts as lead instructor at the various FIM-supported Women’s Trial Training Camps. Iris loves Trial and therefore she always wants to share her passion, experience and knowledge so that the girls at her training camps feel welcome and can get the best and most from their motorcycling experience.