Jamie Lilly to Ride for FTB BMX and Dialled Bikes for the 2017
FTB Dialled Bikes LLC is pleased to announce that multiple time USA No.1
Pro, World Champion and Grand National Champion, Jamie Lilly, will be
racing for the FTB BMX and Dialled Bikes mountain bike brands in 2017.
Lilly will compete in the USA BMX national series, Grand Nationals and
attempt to qualify for Team USA at the 2017 UCI world BMX championships on
her FTB Revolution BMX bike. She will also compete at the annual Sea
Otter Classic and other select mountain bike races on her prototype
Dialled Bikes slalom/4X bike.
Mike Wong, Founder & CEO of FTB Dialled Bikes LLC:
“Jamie Lilly is a rider whose place in BMX history is already secured due
to being one of the most winning female racers of all time. When the
opportunity arose to work with someone with Jamie’s pedigree,
professionalism and wealth of experience, it seemed like a great
collaboration. Hopefully, our partnership with Jamie will help Jamie add
to her already impressive legacy in cycle sport, help the FTB BMX and
Dialled Bikes’ brands gain recognition in the US after recently relocating
here from the UK, and give our younger team riders an opportunity to learn
from someone who has been there, done that, and won many major titles.”
After getting a taste of racing again at the Grands in November, I got the
bug and decided to do a full season in 2017. I was approached by Mike to
ride for FTB and Dialled Bikes, and I am so excited about this opportunity
and appreciate Mike’s faith in me. After building the bikes and having a
chance to ride them, I was really impressed not only by the way they rode,
but also their quality. I couldn’t be more stoked for the season to come.
The Dialled Bikes and FTB BMX bicycle brands were originally created in,
and operated out of, the United Kingdom. In August 2016, they moved their
HQ to Winston-Salem, NC.
Retail customers can purchase FTB and Dialled Bikes products directly from
www.ftbbmx.com and www.dialledbikes.com. Dealer enquiries and
international distribution enquiries should be sent to