Christina Sullivan
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Christina Sullivan

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberChristina Sullivan

Forum User Name: PandorasPilot 
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"Hi! My name is Christina Sullivan, Owner - Founder of Lyft Offroad. Lyft Offroad is an Online outfitter for aftermarket off-road parts and accessories. Lyft Offroad also features an off-road club and install shop. I currently have my hands in many fun projects outside of my own business.  Including Ladies Offroad Network as an Ambassador, Local Leader and Project Manager for the Featured Business Owners page. I am also an active Ambassador and Promoter for several companies such as, Autowerkz, Bestop, Wet Sounds Marine Audio, and most recently GenRightI have been off-roading since I was a teen. Along with spending time at the drag strip and shop with my Dad, and learning to fly planes. I was raised around all things that have wheels and wings.  I look forward to passing that passion on to my daughter. "

Occupation: Owner/Founder of Lyft Offroad
Birthday:  October 2, 1979

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Questions & Answers

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberAbout Christina:

Q: What is your favorite color?
A: "Rebelle Blue"

Q: What is your favorite food?
A: "Seafood"

Q: Do you have kids? 
A: "I have one daughter, Sophia. She is 9 years old and very involved in choir. She has been an active member of Lyft Offroad and the off-road community and family."

Q: Do you have any pets?
A: "Roxy and Athena, both are a Rottweiler mix. We picked up Roxy and brought her home via a camp trip in Yosemite followed by a trip through the Rubicon Trail. She was born to off-road. Athena came to us just after EJS last year. She spends a lot of time with me on the trail and camping. "


Christina's Off-Road Facts:

Q: How old were you when you first started wheeling?

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberQ: Is your whole family into off-roading?
A: "They love it. My daughter purchased an XJ with birthday money, and chore money at the age of 8. She already has her first marketing partner Money Pitt Classifies! My husband Shawn and I fight over who's driving each trail."

Q: Are you usually the driver or the co-driver?
A: "I usually get to set the mood for that one. Some days I want to just be the passenger so I can get out and socialize on the trail and take pictures. Lately, I've been travelling to events alone and enjoying being Pandora's Pilot."

Q: Do you have any off-road traditions or rituals?
A: "I had a Hula girl attached to the dash of the jeep, she was with me from the beginning of Pandora. Unfortunately we lost her in the jeep fire. Other than that my only tradition is to meet someone new on the trail and continue to build lasting relationships."

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberQ: How often do you get to go off-roading?
A: "I think the question would be easier to answer as How Often do I stay home? I am highly involved in the off-road community and find it very difficult to stay off the trail when I have a perfectly good opportunity to be on trail."

Q: How did you get started in the off-road world?
A: "It was as a teenager, we spent a lot of time camping in the mountains and naturally the best way to get there is an awesome 4 wheel drive vehicle. I was 19 when a group of us went to Jeep Safari for the first time."

Q: Where is your favorite place to wheel?
A: "I've been asked this several times and I never had a specific answer. Every time I'm out I have the opportunity to meet someone new and awesome. As well as the opportunity to see some amazing places."

Q: Do you belong to an off-road club? Which one? What is their motto/mission?
"Yes! Lyft Offroad - Our mission is to leave our community and environment better than we found it. Red Rock 4-Wheelers, and Grand Mesa Jeep Club. I seek to re-join Mile Hi Jeep Club after I form my own Patrol."

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberQ: What is on your off-roading bucket-list?
A: "Rebelle Rally has been a goal of mine since they first announced the event a few years ago.  It has been pretty untouchable for me and I can't wait to make that one happen. I would also love to experience wheeling with my friends Morroco and Dubai.  I have been invited on several occasions and I know it would be amazing to experience."

Q: How are you active in the off-road world?
A: "Not really sure where to begin on this one.  My whole life is centered around the off-road community.  I originally started my own off-road club (Lyft Offroad) 3 years ago to offer an family friendly environment for local off-roaders.  That club has attracted people nationally and even internationally.  Lyft Offroad also works to make a good reputable name for off-roaders in general by participating in charitable events to give back to the community, as well as volunteering for clean-up operations in conjunction with other clubs.  I volunteer my time at every event I attend because I know that events can't happen without people to make them happen.  I also thoroughly enjoy talking to women about how they can be involved in the off-road community as an Ambassador and Local Leader for Ladies Offroad Network."


Christina Sullivan-LON MemberChristina's Off-Road Stories:

Q: What is your most memorable offroad moment?
A: "It was very recent.  This year at All 4 Fun we were descending a trail and I simply thought how amazing it was to be where I was at that moment in my 'off-road' career.  I was on top of a mountain that I had been looking at for several years, I had it on my bucket list of places to visit and felt like a great accomplishment to cross that and several others off my list. "

Q: What was your first wheeling trip?
A: "I honestly can't remember I was so young."

Q: What was your longest wheeling trip?
A: "The Rubicon Trail"

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberQ: What was your favorite wheeling trip?
A: "I've been asked this several times and I never had a specific answer.  Every time I'm out I have the opportunity to meet someone new and awesome.  As well as the opportunity to see some amazing places."


All About the Ladies:

Q: Who do you look up to in the industry? Why?
A: "I have always admired Charlene Bower. She's done a lot of ground work in paving the way for female off-roaders of any kind.  Plus she's done some awesome stuff!"

Q: How do you feel as a woman in the off-road industry?
A: "At this moment in time, empowered..."

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberQ: Give us a story, any story, about educating, guiding, empowering ladies in the offroad, past or future:
"During my event Krawlorado my goal was to pinpoint the women in the group who stepped out of their comfort zone and took the wheel during the trip.  We had several women who conquered Black Bear Pass and did a fantastic job. They were all encouraged to join us here at Ladies Offroad Network to continue their off-road education and journey."

Q: What advice do you have for ladies who want to get started off-roading?
A:  "My advice....If you're thinking about it, just do it.  You're in a very supportive community with a group of people who want to help you succeed.  You couldn't choose a better time to join the off-road community and take the wheel!"

Christina Sullivan-LON MemberChristina's Vehicle:

About Christina's Vehicle:
"I recently lost my beloved Pandora to fire. "

Q:What is the best modification you have done to your vehicle?
A: "I honestly can't give one specific mod.  Each and every modification worked together to make Pandora the amazing machine that she was."

Q: Do you work on your own vehicle?
A: "Yes,  as the owner of an off-road company I feel it's very important for me to be involved in every aspect including working on my own jeep.  I was very fortunate to have been able to spend time in my father's shop as a teenager learning basic vehicle maintenance and even how to swap out an engine."