The Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame celebrated our third year on August 18, 2012 with an awards ceremony for our 2012 inductees. The event happened in conjunction with the USABMX Cornhusker Nationals in Lincoln, Nebraska. The day began with a vintage BMX display and gathering at the Star City BMX track followed by the dinner and induction ceremony at Valentinos Restaurant.
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Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame Announces 2012 Inductees
Welcome to the official Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame web site. We're glad you found us here on the internet.
The concept for a Hall of Fame for the BMXers from Nebraska was an idea I had brewing for many years. In my mind, there needed to be a way to honor the people who created BMX in this part of the country and who left a legacy that extended past the borders of Nebraska, to the entire United States and beyond.
Welcome to the home of the Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame! You can use this forum as a place to talk about the old days of BMX in Nebraska, post photos, share information about upcoming Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame events or talk about BMX racing in general.
Scot "OM (Old Man)" Breithaupt is known as the "Founding Father" of BMX as a sport. At a young age, in the late 1960's and early 1970's, Scot organized the first recognized BMX races. But his role in BMX didn't stop there and continues 40 plus years later. He is also the founder of SE (Scot Enterprises) Racing, a BMX company that runs strong to this day.
2011 Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame ceremony to be held Saturday August 27, 2011
The 2011 Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame is proud to announce the class of 2011, to be honored at an awards ceremony and dinner this coming Saturday night, August 27th at 7:00 pm. The ceremony and dinner will be held in Valentino’s restaurant located at 3457 Holdrege Street in Lincoln, Nebraska.