Hall of Fame
The official home of the National BMX Hall of Fame is located at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA.
CRITERIA: When considering all Hall of Fame Nominations - the selection committee looks for Inductees who have made a serious impact on the sport of Bicycle Motocross; whether it be through performance and accomplishments, or their off-the-track deeds.
- Helped change the direction of the sport of BMX and left their mark in a positive manner.
- Influential and recognized figure in the sport of BMX.
- Took the sport of BMX to a higher level of achievement or competition.
- Earned achievements such as National or World titles and championships, popularity awards, media attention, brand advertising and endorsement of BMX products, team sponsorship, and other competitive contributions.
Frank Post | 2015, Pioneer
Frank was the original “Wildman,” and the original “Post” in our sport. Later came Todd Lyons and Alise, respectively...
Christophe Leveque | 2015, Racer
Throughout the history of BMX, you can count on one hand, the Pros who took the sport to a new level. France’s Christophe Leveque is one of those riders...
Brian Blyther | 2015, Freestyle
There are three words that sum up Brian Blyther: Smooth, and Big Air. Whether he was riding skateparks or halfpipes, Blyther was famous for flowing, almost effortless style...
Kathy Schachel | 2015, Woman
In a time when the girls were still called Powder Puffs, “Fluffy” Kathy Schachel set the standard for the future of the Pro Womens class...
Ron Mackler | 2015, Special Recognition
Whether it was coaching boxing, putting on youth functions or creating off-road bike races around the trees of Palms Park, Ron Mackler was all about helping out the local kids...
Bob Tedesco | 2015, Industry
When Bob Tedesco officially retired, the National Bicycle League was never quite the same. Bob’s love for BMX began in the Pittsburgh area in 1976..