Wayne Stetina

Wayne D. Stetina

Inducted in 1999 for Modern Road & Track Competitor (Post-1975)

Biography

Wayne was born on December 4, 1953 in Cleveland, Ohio. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic Teams in 1972, 1976, & 1980. He won 13 US National Cycling Championships (1975 – 2008) before retiring from Masters competition in 2012.

Wayne Stetina at 1977 National Championships Road Race

Stetina also won the Pan Am Gold Medal in 1979 and was the National Prestige Classic Champion in 1973, 1975, 1977-78. He has raced for over 200 career victories and has been competing since 1965 (Road & MTB).

He has served on the USCF Board of Directors 1979-1984 and on the USA Cycling Board from 2004-2013. He also served on the Board of the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame from 2011-2018.

Wayne worked at Shimano for 37 years, including 2 years as the Vice President of North America.  For the last 20 years at Shimano, he was a Vice President & Road Product Specialist. Stetina now serves as a SRAM Senior Field Guide.  Wayne currently resides in Johnson City, TN

1976 National Championships Road Race

1977 National Championships RR on his way to a 3 minute solo victory