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Honor your motorcycling heroes at Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

3 June 2000

PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- Racing enthusiasts and motorcyclists looking to rub 
elbows with the fast and famous can do just that at the upcoming 
Motorcycle Hall of Fame induction ceremony, where 45 motorcycling greats 
will be named to the Hall of Fame.

The ceremony itself, set for 4 p.m. July 8 at the museum at AMA 
headquarters in Pickerington, Ohio, is free and open to the public, and 
many of the 45 inductees are expected to be on hand. A reception following 
the ceremony will provide a chance to mingle with these motorcycling 
heroes. Tickets to the reception are $15 and benefit the museum.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available for the ceremony and the 
reception, allowing companies and individuals to support this milestone 
event, while raising their profile within the motorcycling community. 

Several levels of sponsorship are available, from the $3,000 platinum 
level to the $375 bronze level. All sponsorships are tax-deductible, and 
all allow various levels of exposure during the event.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact the museum's 
resource development director, Dan Smith, at (614) 856-1198.

This year's Hall of Fame inductees were chosen from a list of more than 
200 candidates representing all aspects of motorcycling. These honorees 
bring the total number of racers, riders and industry figures in the Hall 
of Fame to 241. 

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame recognizes those who have made significant 
contributions to all aspects of motorcycling, including those who have 
excelled in motorcycle business, history, design and engineering, in 
addition to those known for road riding, off-road riding and all 
categories of motorcycle racing.