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Full name  Jamie Nicole Lilly
1991  D&M
Nickname  "Kiddo #1"
Name  Jamie Lilly
Rider type  Off Road
Role  Bicycler
1989-1991  Kastans Engineering

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Born  September 2, 1983 (age 32) San Diego, California, United States (1983-09-02)
Discipline  Bicycle Motocross (BMX)

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Jamie Nicole Lilly (b. February 9, 1983 from San Diego, California United States) was a professional American "Mid School" Bicycle Motocross (BMX) racer whose prime competitive years were from 1987 to 2004. Nicknamed "Kiddo #1" at the age of 8 years, she became one of the first female professionals of the American Bicycle Association (ABA) when they for the first time created a female professional division in the sanctioning body's history in 1998 (the NBL had restarted their pro girls class in 1997 after their first attempt between 1985–1987) and became one the ABA's first number one Girl Pros.

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Amateur–Junior Women

  • Kastan Engineering: October 1989-January 1991. The ABA Fallnationals in Yorba Linda, California on October 28, 1989 (Day 1) was the first national she that raced with this sponsor. The ABA Silver Dollar National in Reno, Nevada on January 13, 1991 was the last race on Kastan.
  • D&M Racing: February 1991-thru mid-1991. Lilly's first race for D&M was the ABA Winternationals in Phoenix, Arizona on February 16, 1991.
  • Powerlite: 1991-September 1992
  • U.S. Boss Racing Products: September 1992 – 1993
  • Auburn: January 1994-December 1995
  • GT (Gary Turner) Bicycles: January 1996-December 1997
  • Professional–Elite Women

  • GT Racing/Panasonic Shockwave:January 1998-Mid October 2000
  • System's West/Profile Racing: October 23, 2000-July 2001
  • System's West/Redline Bicycles: July 2001-November 2002
  • Free Agent/System's West: November 2002-January 2004. The 2002 ABA Grandnational was her first race with Free Agent.
  • Fox/Supercross: February 2004-Late 2004
  • Hiatus due to knee injury
  • Hyper Bicycles: January 2006-She attempted a comeback after suffering a knee injury and surgercal repair a year prior (see "Significant Injuries" section) -?
  • Three year hiatus (2006-2009): After another hiatus Her first race back was supposed to be the NBL Boulder Dam National in Boulder City, Nevada on February 25, 2009. She was unsponsored

    Amateur/Junior Women

    National Bicycle League (NBL)

  • 1996 13 Girls Grandnational Champion
  • 1996 13 Girls National No.1
  • American Bicycle Association (ABA)

  • 1989 6 & Under Girls National No.2
  • 1990 7 Girls US Open West Champion
  • 1990 California District 2 (CA-02) Girls No.1
  • 1990 7 Girls Race of Champions (ROC) Champion
  • 1990 7 Girls NAG No.1
  • 1990 7 Girls Grandnational Champion.
  • 1991 8 Girls NAG No.1
  • 1991 8 Girls Grandnational Champion
  • 1992 California District 2 (CA-02) Girls No.1
  • 1992 California District 2 (CA-02) Girls Cruiser No.1 Only girl in that district in that division.
  • 1992 9 Girls Grandnational Champion
  • 1995 12 Girls Grandnational Champion
  • 1996 13 Girls World Cup Champion
  • 1996 13 Girls Grandnational Champion
  • Fédération Internationale Amateur de Cyclisme (FIAC)*

  • None
  • International Bicycle Motocross Federation (IBMXF)*

  • None (defunct)
  • Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)*

  • 2000 Junior Woman World Champion
  • 2001 Junior Women Bronze Medal World Champion
  • Professional/Elite Women

    National Bicycle League (NBL)

  • 2000 North American International Pro Girl Champion.
  • 2001 Super Girls Grandnational Champion
  • American Bicycle Association (ABA)

  • 1998 ABA Race of Champions Pro Girl Champion.
  • 2000 Pro Girls World Champion
  • 2000 Pro Girls Grandnational Champion
  • 2000 Pro Girls National No.1
  • 2001 Pro Girls World Champion
  • 2002 Pro Girls National No.2
  • 2003 Pro Girls World Champion
  • 2003 Pro Girls Grandnational Champion
  • 2003 Pro Girls National No.1
  • International Bicycle Motocross Federation (IBMXF)*

  • None (defunct)
  • Fédération Internationale Amateur de Cyclisme (FIAC)*

  • None (FIAC did not have a strictly professional division during its existence) (defunct).
  • Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)*

    Pro Series Championships

    Notable accolades

  • Named no. 22 of Crig Bertlett's "gOrk's Top 90 BMXers of the 90s!!" 1999 list
  • She was the highest money-making girl in the sport in 1999 according to gOrk in his top 90 list.
  • Significant injuries

  • Lilly had ACL replacement surgery on her knee on January 1, 2005.
  • Miscellaneous and trivia

  • Lilly appeared in the last episode of the fourth season (1989–1990) of the television program L.A. Law when she was seven years old. That episode, "The Last Gasp", originally aired May 17, 1990.
  • Lilly won more pro women's races than anyone in 1999.
  • BMX press magazine interviews and articles

  • "Q&A: If you could race one race over again, which would it be?" Snap BMX Magazine December 1999 Vol.6 Iss.10 No. 38 pg. 42 Single-question interview asked of Lilly and four other professional racers including Randy Stumpfhauser, Christophe Lévêque, Neal Wood, and Michelle Cairns.
  • BMX magazine covers

    Minicycle/BMX Action & Super BMX:

  • None
  • Bicycle Motocross Action & Go:

  • None
  • BMX Plus!:

    Ride BMX Magazine:

    Snap BMX Magazine and Transworld BMX:

  • None
  • BMX World

    Bicycles Today and BMX Today (the official BMX publication of the NBL under two different names):

    ABA Action, American BMXer, BMXer (the official BMX publication of the ABA under three different names):

    References

    Jamie Lilly Wikipedia


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