Motorcycle Mojo Magazine would like to congratulate this year’s inductees into the Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Bravo!
- Front Row L-R: Blair Morgan, Doris Walther, Dave Wildman, Don James, and Vern Amor Back Row L-R: Phil Funnell, Gary Nordstrom (Victoria Motorcycle Club), Bob St. Goddard, Gerhard Walther, Roger Boothroyd (VMC), Jan McLean (on behalf of her husband Bill McLean), and Donna Serne and Bill Vickers (Vancouver Motorcycle Club)
Close to 300 members of the motorcycle community attended the 2010 Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame ceremony that was held in Burnaby, British Columbia on November 6, 2010. Eight individual inductees and two motorcycle clubs were honoured during ceremony. The individual inductees were Vern Amor, Phil Funnell, Don James, Bill McLean (deceased), Blair Morgan, Ross Pederson, Bob St. Goddard, Tom Walther (deceased), and Dave Wildman. The Greater Vancouver Motorcycle Club and the Greater Victoria Motorcycle Club were the two organisations inducted into the Hall of Fame this year.
Terry Rea of Vancouver was presented with the Bar and Hedy Hodgson Award, which is presented to those who have displayed excellence in the advancement of motorcycling in Canada. Two other recipients, Joseph Baribeau and Palmer Rutledge, were named to the Historical category of the award.
The Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame is operated by the Canadian International Motorcycle Heritage Museum Foundation (CIMHMF) and administered by Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada. CIMHMF’s mandate is to record and preserve Canadian motorcycle history; the Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame ceremony was added to the foundations list of activities in 2006 to recognize and celebrate those who have made significant contributions to motorcycling in Canada.