British Cycling Hall of Fame

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British Cycling Hall of Fame at the Manchester Velodrome
Tom Simpson's certificate in the British Cycling Hall of Fame

The British Cycling Hall of Fame was established in 2009 as part of British Cycling's 50th anniversary celebrations.[1]

On 17 December 2009, the names of fifty people involved in the sport to be inducted into the British Cycling Hall of Fame were announced. The selection panel, whose job it was to whittle the names down from 300 nominations, consisted of Brian Cookson, William Fotheringham, Robert Garbutt, Peter King, Victoria Pendleton and Hugh Porter.[1][2] The inaugural induction ceremony was held on 20 February 2010 at Manchester Central, hosted by television present Dermot Murnaghan.[3]

Members[edit]

British Cycling Hall of Fame members
Name Year inducted Notes Ref(s)
Pat Adams 2010 [1]
Caroline Alexander 2010 [1]
Brian Annable 2010 [1]
David Baker 2010 [1]
Sid Barras 2010 [1]
Stuart Benstead 2010 [1]
Chris Boardman 2010 [1]
Bill Bradley 2010 [1]
Beryl Burton 2010 [1]
Keith Butler 2010 [1]
Arthur Campbell 2010 [1]
Brian Cossavella 2010 [1]
Doug Dailey 2010 [1]
Tony Doyle 2010 [1]
Ian Emmerson 2010 [1]
Malcolm Elliott 2010 [1]
Benny Foster 2010 [1]
Tim Gould 2010 [1]
Eileen Gray 2010 [1]
Dave Hemsley 2010 [1]
Barry Hoban 2010 [1]
Dale Holmes 2010 [1]
Mandy Jones 2010 [1]
Peter Keen 2010 [1]
Peter King 2010 [1]
Stan Kite 2010 [1]
Phil Liggett 2010 [1]
Craig MacLean 2010 [1]
Paul Manning 2010 [1]
John Mallinson 2010 [1]
Dorren Mallinson 2010 [1]
Yvonne McGregor 2010 [1]
Gerry McDaid 2010 [1]
Jason McRoy 2010 [1]
Chas Messenger 2010 [1]
George Miller 2010 [1]
Robert Millar 2010 [1]
Graeme Obree 2010 [1]
Hugh Porter 2010 [1]
Jason Queally 2010 [1]
John Rawnsley 2010 [1]
Brian Robinson 2010 [1]
Alan Rushton 2010 [1]
Tom Simpson 2010 [1]
Eddie Soens 2010 [1]
Colin Sturgess 2010 [1]
Dot Tilbury 2010 [1]
Graham Webb 2010 [1]
Les West 2010 [1]
Sean Yates 2010 [1]
Tony Yorke 2010 [1]
Victoria Pendleton 2014 [4]
Rob Hayles 2014 [4]
Roger Hammond 2014 [4]
Chris Hoy 2014 [4]
Nicole Cooke 2014 [4]
Brian Cookson 2014 [4]
Norman Shiel 2014 [4]
Mick Bennett 2016 [5]
Harold Nelson 2016 [5]
Bill Owen 2016 [5]
John Barclay 2016 [5]
Dave Brailsford 2016 [5]
Eileen Sheridan 2016 [5]
Keith Lambert 2016 [5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba "50 Cycling Heroes Named in British Cycling's Hall of Fame". British Cycling. 17 December 2009.
  2. ^ "British Cycling Hall of Fame – 2010 Inductees". British Cycling. Archived from the original on 9 May 2013. Retrieved 25 April 2013.
  3. ^ "British Cycling Hall of Fame nominees inducted at Gala Dinner". British Cycling. 22 February 2010. Retrieved 12 June 2017.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g Garbutt, Robert (12 February 2014). "Starry night at the British Cycling Awards dinner". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 12 June 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g "British Cycling Hall of Fame: seven new inductions at international gala dinner". British Cycling. 28 October 2016. Retrieved 12 June 2017.

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