Our Mission

The U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing American competitive cyclists and contributors to the sport for their significant achievements. Its mission is to preserve the history of American cycling in order to educate people about the past and encourage them to participate in the future of the sport. Encouraging all levels of cycling, the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame promotes cycling development and fitness.

 

Board of Directors

Bob Bowen

Bob Bowen is the long-time Public Relations Manager for the City of Davis. He was part of the Davis organizing group that brought the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame to Davis where it opened in April of 2010 in a city-owned building. Bob has ... read more...

Bobby Walthour IV

Bobby Walthour IV is the fourth generation of the long Walthour legacy in American Track Racing. Bobby Sr- Induction 1989, Jimmy Walthour- Induction 2008, Bobby Walthour Jr- Induction 2011. Bobby continued the family tradition starting in 1985 ... read more...

Deb Schiff

Deb Schiff has been active with USAC and cycling since 1986. Previous USBHOF board member. Working on the nomination committee and compiling information for nomination ballots. She is currently a licensed official. Is also the officials assigner read more...

Kendra Wenzel

Kendra Wenzel of Portland, Oregon is a “lifer” in the sport of cycling. She started racing during college in Davis, CA in the mid-1980s at age 18, racing nationally and internationally for a total of 12+ years, primarily on the road and track. ... read more...

Wayne Stetina

Wayne was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999 and joined the Board in 2009 (possibly 2010?). Wayne was a member of the US National Team 1972 through 1987. He made his first Olympic team at age 18 in 1972, then competed in the ‘76 Olympics and read more...

Manny Carbahal

Manny was raised in Winters, California, not far from Davis. Like most people living in a rural community, his childhood memories consist of great freedom and exploration on his Schwinn 3 Speed Deluxe Cruiser. A bike he would ride through ... read more...

Ray Cipollini

Ray Cipollini has had an interest in riding a bike since age five, when he learned to ride a 2-wheeler. His activity in the sport of cycling began at the age of 14 when he accepted a job working in a local bicycle shop near his hometown of ... read more...

Anthony Costello

Anthony was born and raised in Davis and lived here through high school graduation when he left to attend UC Berkeley. After many years in the Bay Area, he returned to Davis where he is now a permanent resident. Like many Davis kids, Anthony ... read more...

Pieter DeHaan

Pieter was born, raised and educated in the Netherlands. While Skating and Cycling was and still is the norm he also played soccer and finished his kicking career in the ASL. Lived for a short time in Lafayette, California and after serving in ... read more...

Bruce Donaghy

Bruce Donaghy, a cyclist on the boycotted 1980 U.S. Olympic team, holds six U.S. National Championship titles, competed in two World Championships, placing in the top ten in both years (1979 and 1980), and twice has won the title of Rider of the read more...

Matt Dulcich

Matt Dulcich completed his undergraduate environmental planning degree at UC Davis in 1992. He raced criteriums and time trials as a high school student in southern California and worked in a small bike shop learning retail, customer service, ... read more...

Brodie Hamilton

Brodie Hamilton has been a resident of Davis since 1969. After receiving his B.S. degree from UC Davis, he worked for the university for 25 years. He served as the Director of Transportation and Parking Services at UC Davis for 13 years and has ... read more...

John Hess

John Hess moved to Davis in 1977 as an undergrad and has only left for a few years after obtaining his PHD in Genetics. From the student days of cycling as a way to get around, his cycling enthusiasm has grown to include completion of a bicycle ... read more...

Daniel Lee

Daniel Lee developed a love of writing and cycling as a teenager and has stuck with both since. He now works in digital and print communication and public relations for SRAM, a global maker of cycling components, and its Zipp Speed Weaponry ... read more...

John Meyer

After 34 years of public service, John Meyer “retired” in 2014. Since that time, he has provided pro bono management reviews to the city of Davis, the US Bicycling Hall of Fame and the University of California, Berkeley. He serves on various ... read more...

George Mount

George Mount began racing competitively in 1973 as a Junior category racer. In 1974 he began to win local Category 1 races and set records that stood for more than a decade Winning dozens of road and track event across the county he competed in ... read more...

Peter Nye

Peter has extensive experience in American cycling as a competitor, director of communications for international races, and author of six books on the sport in addition to writing hundreds of articles for cycling publications while working 30 ... read more...

Tom Schuler

Tom Schuler achieved as much off the bike as on it. Now residing in Wauwatosa, Wis., his racing years as an amateur and professional road cyclist were marked by more than 100 career victories beginning in 1970. An active coach and team ... read more...

Ernie Seubert

As a competitor, promoter, official and a leader in cycling advocacy both regionally and nationally, Ernie Seubert has been continuously involved in the sport for decades. After more than a dozen years competing on the national stage, Ernie’s ... read more...

Andy Taus

Andy Taus is a lifetime resident of Allentown, PA. He began his cycling career as an active racer spanning the years 1968 through 1974. Andy was instrumental in the development of the current Trexlertown Velodrome, working with Bob Rodale. From ... read more...