news 2016 Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Induction Events Start Friday
Mountain Bike Hall Of Fame 2016 Induction Weekend!
Induction Weekend for the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame brings out the legends of off-road! We knew this was going to be an epic weekend of tales, trails and celebration and the folks over at the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame did not disappoint! Don’t miss these three events this weekend – September 30/October 1 – it all happens at the national treasure which just happens to be right in Fairfax – the Marin Museum of Bicycling / Mountain Bike Hall of Fame!
Hang With the Legends
Hang With the Legends: Meet the 2016 class of inductees and families, Friday evening. Tacos & salad, beer, wine, music—and no doubt, great stories and fond memories.
Ride With The Legends
Ride Mount Tam with a Mountain Bike Hall of Famer! Hall of Fame members will participate in small-group rides, raising funds to keep the Museum and Hall of Fame rolling. Multiple rides to suit all levels from 5 to 25 miles. The rides will start at the Hall of Fame at 9AM and return by noon for a barbecue lunch from 11:30 AM – 2PM. Come ride with the legends of the sport on the trails where it all began in beautiful Marin County.
Hall of Famers expected to attend include Missy Giove, Hans “NoWay” Rey, Chris Chance, Jacquie Phelan, Wende Cragg, Joe Breeze and many more….
Celebrate With the Legends
An evening in honor of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame 2016 inductees.
It’s the first Induction Ceremony at the Hall of Fame’s new home in Fairfax. Enjoy dinner catered by Delicious! in the museum gallery, with Hall of Fame bikes all around. Dinner will be followed by the Induction Ceremony for the Hall of Fame class of 2016.
SEATING IS LIMITED. This event is expected to sell out!
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On September 30th and October 1st, the Marin Museum of Bicycling will host the 29th annual Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. This will be the first year the induction will be in Fairfax. The 2016 Hall of Fame inductee-elects are:
• Matt Fritzinger, founder of U.S. high school mountain bike racing
• Missy Giove, one of mountain bike racing’s first mainstream female superstars
• Hank Barlow, founder of Mountain Bike Magazine in 1985
• Román Urbina, godfather of multi-day MTB races and La Ruta de los Conquistadores
• Jeff Archer, founder of Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology (MOMBAT)
The Mountain Bike Hall of Fame & Museum was founded in 1988 in Crested Butte, Colorado. Ten mountain biking pioneers were inducted in the charter year. Since then, three to seven mountain bike legends from around the world have been selected annually. The rich history of the sport of mountain biking, many significant early fat-tire bikes, memorabilia and stories of Hall of Fame inductees are housed in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, now located at the Marin Museum of Bicycling in Fairfax, California.