Nine individuals who left their mark on motorcycling officially joined the national Motorcycle Hall of Fame during the Saturday, October 8 induction at the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, Pickerington, Ohio.

Some, like Bill Johnson, changed the business by introducing Americans to the Triumph and Ariel brands. Others, like multiple champions Doug Henry and Scott Russell, gave us chills with dramatic victories and comebacks. Some, like Jerry Branch – described by presenter Craig Vetter as “pure genius,” left their mark through technical innovations and decades of quiet work. And some, like the always-entertaining T.C. Christensen, not only unleashed storybook bikes such as the “Hogslayer,” but gave us their passion for motorcycling in full living color.

Each biography chronicling a Hall of Famer’s life is a story in itself. Together, their stories have shaped the state and business of American motorcycling.

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(for Motorcycle Hall of Fame)
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