- Trempealeau, WI (USA)
- Central Wisconsin BMX
From Orfordville, Wi. Love racing and giving back to the BMX community, became Local Head Coach at Madtown BMX. Thanks Stu W. T.O. Madtown BMX and Justin @ USA BMX
15X on Black Widow BMX Bike Shop team. BMX Resume: 2018 - NAG 10 Cruiser 2017 - #3 District, #1 WI State, #1 Gold Cup - Factory Thunderbeach 2016 - #7 District, #1 State (12X), #1 GC North Central Regional Champ - MaD Racing; 2015 - #17 District, #1 State (11X) - Chainbreakers BMX Team; 2014 - #43 District, #1 State (10I); 2013 - #110 District, #2 State (9N); 2012 - #750 District. I rode for the first time on a BMX track on May 17, 2012 at the Toad's Cove BMX outdoor track and instantly fell in love. Ain't no stopping me now!
Despite being one of the best female BMX racers in the U.S. back in 2008, Alise Post was denied a spot on the Olympic team because, at age 17, she was too young. At the time, the age minimum for an Olympic BMX racer in 2008 was 19. The young BMX star from St. Cloud, Minn., who was accustomed to racing at the sport’s top level, was forced to witness BMX’s pinnacle event from afar. To distract herself from the disappointment, Alise spread herself thin across three sports: BMX, gymnastics, and track and field, while maintaining a 4.0 grade average. Throughout her years, Alise has accomplished plenty: Multiple NAG No.1 titles in ABA 2001 ABA National No.1 Girl 2003 ABA National No.1 Girl Cruiser 2004 ABA National No.1 Girl Cruiser 2006 ABA National No.1 Woman Pro 2006 Golden Crank Rookie Pro of the Year 2007 ABA National No.1 Woman Pro Yet, the Olympic dream was still at the top of her list. Overcoming injuries and fresh competition brought new challenges to her. By the end of 2009, Post was back among the world’s best. Once she became eligible for the 2012 Olympic Games, Alise took her BMX dedication to a whole new level - training with Australia’s Sean Dwight. Upon graduating high school in 2009, Alise retired from gymnastics and track and field in order to relocate — at the invitation of USA Cycling — to the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA.. Although she remained busy by continuing her education as a full-time student at the University of San Diego for the 2009-10 academic year and by increasing her involvement on the BMX World Cup circuit, she saw big improvements in the beginning of 2010. As a result, she resolved to narrow her focus yet again by making the difficult decision to take a break from college and completely dedicate herself to racing. Within months of this decision, Alise claimed a place as the top-ranked American, both nationally and internationally, by taking third place at both her first Elite World Championship, and at a World Cup race on her home track in Chula Vista. A true competitor, the 5’2”, 120 lb. Post overcame yet another injury and was back on her bike in time to successfully defend her USA Cycling national championship title in the spring of 2012 and wound up making her Olympic dream come true - as she was chosen for Team USA and set to head to London. The London Olympic games has its ups and downs, as all of Minnesota and the BMX World were cheering her on. A crash in the semi KO’ed her for a second or two, and in front of the World stage, she insisted on crossing the finishline with her bike - albeit, a bit wobbly and discombobulated. It was an unfortunate way to finish off her chase for a medal - but she already has her sights set for Brazil in 2016.
I ride for Phantom Development BMX
Name: Amanda M. Carr Age: 23 Birthday: June 24, 1990 Born: Punta Gorda, FL Nationality: USA, Thai Race: Caucasian, Thai Height: 5’6’’ Weight: 135lb BMX Racing | #39 | Thailand 2013: •Overall 2013 UCI Supercross World Cup: 5th •UCI Supercross World Cup (Chula Vista, USA): 3rd Final (Bronze) | 10th Time Trials •UCI USA BMX National (Louisville, USA C1): Day 1: 7th Final | Day 2: 6th Final •UCI USA BMX National (Pittsburg, USA C1): Day 1: 2nd Final | Day 2: 1st Final •USA BMX National (Rockford, USA): Day 1: 2nd Final | Day 2: 3rd Final •UCI USA BMX National (Nashville, USA C1): 8th Final •UCI Supercross World Cup (Papendal, NED): 6th Semi-Final | 10th Time Trials •UCI Supercross World Cup (Santiago del Estero, ARG): 6th Final | 11th Time Trials •UCI Supercross World Cup (Manchester, ENG): 5th Semi-Final | 13th Time Trials •British BMX SX Open (Manchester, ENG): 4th Final 2011 / 2012: •19th in the UCI Overall Elite Women’s Ranking •UCI World Championships (Birmingham, ENG): QuarterFinal •UCI Supercross World Cup (Papendal, NED): SemiFinal •UCI Supercross World Cup (Randaberg, NOR): SemiFinal | 16th Time Trial •USA Cycling National Championship (Chula Vista, USA): 2nd Final •UCI Supercross World Cup (Chula Vista, USA): 6th Final | 3rd Time Trial •UCI Supercross World Cup (Chula Vista, USA): SemiFinal | 8th Time Trial •UCI Supercross World Cup/ Olympic Test Event (London, England): 5th Final 2010 / 2011: •16th in the UCI Overall Elite Women’s Ranking •4th in the UCI North American Elite Women’s Ranking •UCI World Championship (Copenhagen, Denmark): QuarterFinal | 16th Time Trials •UCI Supercross World Cup (Papendal, NED): SemiFinal •UCI Supercross World Cup (Pietermaritzburg, South Africa): QuarterFinal | 11th Time Trials •USAC National Championship (Chula Vista, USA): 4th Final •UCI Supercross World Cup (Chula Vista, USA): SemiFinal | 9th Time Trials •UCI Supercross World Cup (Frejus, FRA): 8th Final 2009 / 2010: •Trained at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA as a part of the Women’s Olympic Development Squad •UCI World Championship (Adelaide, AUS): SemiFinal •UCI Supercross World Cup (Copenhagen, DEN): SemiFinal | 8th Time Trials •UCI Supercross World Cup (Madrid, ESP): QuarterFinal 2009: Elite Women Semi-finalist for UCI World Championships (Adelaide, Australia) 2006: UCI BMX World Champion for 16-year-old girls (Sao Paulo, Brazil) 2005: UCI BMX World Champion for 15-year-old girls (Paris, France)
2012 USOC Olympic Trials winner 2012 U.S. Olympic Team member 2013 UCI BMX World Champion Time Trial 2013 UCI BMX World Cup Elite Mens Winner 2013 UCI BMX World Cup Time Trail Winner 2013 RedBull Revolution Winner
My Dad took my brother and I to a BMX track to watch the races and to see if we liked to try it. I started racing a few weeks later when I was 10. I didn't ride a bike much before this and crashed a lot at first but the more I rode the better I got. Took me two years to get to expert and still have a lot to learn. I've done well at Nationals as an Intermediate and have met a lot of new friends and seen a lot of new places. I'm known for sticking people in the corners and gaining a few spots if you open the door. I ride for MaD Racing!