The Mountain Bike Hall of Fame is very thankful for the continued support of Mountain Bike history provided by Kona!
12:00PM - 6:00PM
10:00AM - 8:00PM
* Closed Apr, May, Oct and Nov
Museum admission: $4.00
For more info, call the Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum at (970) 349-1880.
Hall of Fame Nominees
The nomination deadline is April 15th. The new nominees will be placed on this website in early May. Ballots will be sent out in June and need to be mailed back to us by July 15th.
How can I vote for someone nominated to be in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame???
If you would like to vote for your favorite Mountain Bike Hall of Fame nominees, become a member of the MBHOF. The application form is right here on this website. It’s the only way you can vote unless you are a past inductee. To join, go to our MEMBERSHIP page, download an application, fill it out and snail mail it to us with a check or money order. We will send out the ballots in June.
The nomination process of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame is very easy. Anyone may nominate a deserving person or group to the MBHOF. Please follow these guidelines.
Nominations should be a minimum of 250 words. Pick the Category (listed below) you are nominating this person in. Include in the narrative, why you think this individual belongs in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame and what significant contributions they have made to the world of mountain biking. Tell us where and during what time frame they were active and what their current status is in the sport today. We ask that a nominee have a history of at least 10 years as an active Mountain Biker.
IMPORTANT: please include a current address, phone number and e-mail for the nominee! WE CAN NOW ACCEPT PHOTOS OF THE NOMINEES. Please, include a digital photo with the nomination. We can accept website links also.
Email Nominations to: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can additionally send them via snail mail to the address on the bottom of this page.
DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS IS April 15th
Advocacy: Hard working individuals who have fought for land access, mountain bike friendly trail policies and responsible rider ethics.
Industry: Advancement and development of the Mountain Bike through technology.
Journalism: Individuals who contributed to the exposure of Mountain Biking to the public through the media.
Pioneers: People involved from the grass roots inception of the sport. Do they remember when the Mountain Bike was called a "Klunker"? Did they modify a bike and start riding it on dirt roads and trails?
Promotion: An individual or group who created, organized or improved a popular mountain biking race, festival or event.
Racing History: An individual whose athletic accomplishments in the area of mountain bike competition make them exceptional.