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The Mountain Bike Hall of Fame (MBHOF) was founded in 1988 to chronicle the history of mountain biking. Formerly located in Crested Butte, Colorado, it relocated to Fairfax, California in 2014 and became part of the Marin Museum of Bicycling.[1]

Since the creation of this sport in the 1970s, mountain biking has grown to be immensely popular worldwide and the MBHOF works to document individuals and events which have significantly contributed to mountain biking history. The museum houses items of memorabilia, vintage bikes and components, classic photos, press clippings, and highlights from historic races and events. As of 2016, the MBHOF has inducted more than 140 individuals and groups who have made major contributions to mountain biking.[2]

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InducteesEdit

1988 1989
  • Don Cook
  • Wende Cragg
  • Erick Koski
  • Jeff Lindsay
  • Steve Potts
  • Victor Vincente of America
1990
  • Chris Chance
  • Ned Overend
  • Tom Hillard
  • Scot Nicol
  • Glen Odell
  • Cindy Whitehead
1991
  • John Tomac
  • Carole Bauer
  • Craig and Gary Cook
  • Chuck Elliot
  • Al Farrell
  • Mike Rust
  • Ross Shafer
1992
  • Gary Klein
  • Tom Mayer
  • Mark Slate
  • Fred Wolf
  • Sara Ballantyne
  • Don Douglass
  • Ed Zink
1993
  • Alan Armstrong
  • Jimmy Deaton
  • Juli Furtado
  • Otis Guy
  • Gary Helfrich
1994 1995[3] 1996
  • Kent Eriksen
  • Greg Herbold
  • Marilyn Price
  • Shivam Patel
  • Youcef Bendiff
  • The Cupertino Riders
1997 1998
  • Dean Crandall
  • Jim Hasenauer
  • Max Jones
1999
2000 2001 2002
  • Jacob Heilbron
  • Michael Kelley
  • Mike Kloser
  • Laird Knight
  • Brian Skinner
  • Elaine & Maurice Tierney (founders of Dirt Rag)
2003
  • Gary Crandall
  • Cindy Devine
  • Dan Koeppel
  • Ashley Korenblat
2004
  • Matt Hebberd
  • Kurt Loheit
  • Pat Follet and Tom Spiegel
  • Paul Thomasberg
2005
2006
  • Travis Brown
  • Robert Gregorio
  • Chris King
  • Dave Stopera
  • Eric Latendresse
  • Jake Kubasta
2007 2008
  • Steve Blick
  • John Finley Scott
  • Bob Girvin
  • Philip Keyes
  • Brian Lopes
  • Nat Ross
2009
  • Anne-Caroline Chausson
  • Colorado Plateau Mountain
    Bike Trail Association
    (COPMOBA)
  • Dave Garoutte
  • Larkspur Canyon Gang
2010[4]
  • Jim Wannamaker
  • John Ker
  • Alan Bonds
  • ‘Fro Riders’
2011[5]
  • Pete Webber
  • The Laguna Rads
  • Patrice Drouin & Chantal Lachance
  • Bob Allen
2012[6] 2013[7] 2014
  • Jenn Dice
  • The Koski Family's Cove Bike Shop
  • Jimmy "Mac" McIlvain
  • Leigh Donovan
2015[8]
  • Glen Jacobs
  • Horst Leitner
  • North Shore Trail Builders
  • Uli Stanciu
2016[9]
  • Jeff Archer
  • Hank Barlow
  • Matt Fritzinger
  • Missy Giove
  • Román Urbina
2017[10]
  • Giovanna Bonazzi
  • Brent Foes
  • Mark Norstad
  • Wolfgang Renner
2018[11]
  • Josh Bender
  • Ken Chlouber
  • Kennett Brothers
  • Steve Peat

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Lib at Large: Mountain biking's scribe chronicles the birth of the sport in Marin". Retrieved 2017-05-26.
  2. ^ "Hans Rey and Why the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Matters - Pinkbike". Pinkbike. Retrieved 2017-05-26.
  3. ^ "Category 1995 | Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame". mmbhof.org. Retrieved 2018-03-29.
  4. ^ "Category 2010 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  5. ^ "Category 2011 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  6. ^ "Category 2012 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  7. ^ "Category 2013 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  8. ^ "Category 2015 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  9. ^ "Category 2016 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  10. ^ "Category 2017 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".
  11. ^ "Category 2018 - The Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame".

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