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.
Todd Kingsbury | 2014, Special Recognition
When the ABA learned that Michigan racer Todd Kingsbury was diagnosed with Leukemia, the first “Race for Life” event was held at Todd’s hometrack- Waterford Oaks.
Tracer Finn | 2014, Pioneer
It’s safe to say that Tracer Finn is responsible for putting Las Vegas on the BMX map.
Charles Townsend | 2014, Racer
You can call him Chuck, Charlie or Charles. You can call him Amtrac or Choo Choo, but nobody has ever called him slow.
John Ker | 2014, Industry
Starting his love for photography on the shores of Southern California, John Ker went from capturing surfers to BMXers on 35mm film
Martin Aparijo | 2014, Freestyle
Longtime GT freestyler Martin Aparijo was a pure showman from the moment he arrived on the fresh freestyle scene of the mid-80’s.
Deanna Edwards-Jamieson | 2014, Woman
Michigan’s Deanna Edwards raced her way to the top of the sport from 1980 to 1988