USA Cycling And U.S. Bicycling Hall Of Fame Announce The Agreement

USA Cycling along with the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame (USBHOF) have made announced on a new agreement. The agreement will include sharing elements of the historic content of Hall with the membership base of USA Cycling, joining hands to expand the participant number who nominate and select the members of Hall of Fame, and engaging the community of USA Cycling in fundraising to support the Hall of Fame.

In the longer-term, the USA Cycling and U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame (USBHOF) has a target of holding the annual induction ceremony of Hall in communities worldwide and displaying the portions of the memorabilia collection at cycling events periodically. The Hall is located in Davis, California.

“Educating the current competitors as well as the cycling fans of the stories, traditions and past heroes of competitive cycling in the United States is sure to enrich their love and thoughtfulness of our sport,” said Bouchard-Hall, USA Cycling’s president and CEO Derek. “The U.S. has played a big and fundamental role in the growth and expansion of competitive cycling, and for more than a century, the country has produced significant cycling champions globally. We are happy to work with the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame to make sure that these stories remain alive and inspire upcoming generations.”

The Hall recognizes competitors and contributors of the sport in all disciplines; this includes road, mountain bike, track, BMX and cyclo-cross. Its museum has a wide display of present day bicycles as well as antique bicycles to showcase the development of the sport, its machines, and artifacts from many inductees and time periods.

Bob Bowen the president of the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame said, “The U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame honors and recognizes the very constituents served by USA Cycling, and we all are extremely excited by this emerging affiliation”.