The Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame (CMHF), has announced nine individuals and one organization have been inducted into the Hall of Fame this year.
Nominations for inductees can be made at any time, and are reviewed annually for up to five years or until selected for induction. Builders, contributors, rights advocates, volunteers and organizations, as well as competitors in all disciplines are eligible for consideration. Forms are available from the CMHF offices.
About the Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame
The Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame was founded in 2005, and the first twelve honourees were inducted on May 6, 2006. It is administered by the Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada, a national not-for-profit association of motorcyclists and motorcycling groups, federally incorporated.
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The 2007 Hall of Fame Inductees are:
• Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group (CVMG)
Celebrating 40 years as Canada’s pre-eminent vintage motorcycle organization.
• Helmut Clasen – Dundas, ON
Competitor – enduro, motocross, hare scrambles, ISDT, and vintage.
• Michelle Duff – Coldwater, ON
International and national road racer (as Mike Duff), author and journalist.
• Yvon Duhamel – Montreal, QC
International and national competitor in diverse disciplines.
• Charles “Iron Chief Charlie” Mahoney – Campbellford, ON
Dealer and contributor to motorcycling and motorcycle organizations.
• William “Billy” Mathews
Competitor, first non-American to win Daytona 200.
• J.B. (Bernie) Nicholson – Calgary, AB
Contributor, mechanic, author of “Modern Motorcycle Mechanics”.
• Jim Robinson – Wheatley, ON
Competitor, promoter, contributor and motorcycle dealer in Ontario.
• Marc St-Laurent – Trois Rivières, QC
Contributor and advocate for motorcycle rights in Quebec.
• Bob Williams – Windsor, ON
Designer, builder and owner of land speed record motorcycles.