Martin “Marty” Wayne Nothstein
Inducted in 2011 for Modern Road & Track Competitor (Post-1975)
Marty Nothstein is widely considered the most successful U.S. track cyclist in the sport’s long history. Marty began his legendary career on the banked concrete track in Trexlertown Pennsylvania, popularly known as the Lehigh Valley Velodrome. His resume is full of major road and track cycling accomplishments, including a record 35 U.S. National Titles, 4 Pan American Games Gold Medals, 3 World Championships, a silver medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic.