Robin Morton head shot

Robin Morton

Inducted in 2016 as a Contributor to the Sport


Born in Philadelphia, PA Robin is currently residing in New Jersey. Robin is married to Glenn Morton who is an avid recreational cyclist.

In 2005 Robin and Alice Armstrong founded g4 Productions a women owned event production company that specializes in fundraising, cycling and running events.

An event specialist with over 25 years of experience directing major sporting events and managing athletes, Robin was the first female Team Director in the sport of professional cycling. Robin has organized and managed professional cycling teams that have competed throughout Europe, North and South America.

Gios (’83 Tour of America)
Gianni Motta-Linea MD (‘84 Giro first US Team)
Xerox Benotto (‘85 Vuelta first US Team)
Prince – Murella- Fanini
Pepsi Fanini
Eurocar Selle Italia
Amore & Vita Tommasini
Poland Springs Tommasini
Robin’s teams competed in many major races including the Giro d’Italia, Giro di Puglia, Giro di Toscana, Giro del Trentino, Tour de Suisse, Vuelta a Espana, Criterium du Dauphine, Midi Libre, Tour de Luxembourg, RCN Vuelta a Colombia, Coors Classic, Tour de Trump and CoreStates USPRO Championship.

As Technical Director with Threshold Sports and later with g4 she has been responsible for the management, technical organization and competition for over 150 international sporting events including the CoreStates/Wachovia USPRO Championship and Series, Thrift Drug Classic, Kmart Classic of West Virginia, Norwest Cup in Minneapolis, the inaugural Dodge Tour de Georgia, T-Mobile San Francisco Grand Prix, First Union Grand Prix in Atlanta, BMC Software Grand Prix Series, ING CapCrit in Washington DC, Winston Salem Cycling Classic and Parx Philadelphia International Cycling Classic.

She has also served as the Assistant Competition Manager for the cycling events for the 1996 Atlanta Olympic and Paralympic Games and as the Chairperson for Cycling for the National Senior Games.

g4 recently assisted with the organization of the USA Cycling Pro, Masters and Para National Championships in Winston Salem, NC.