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Hall of Famers

Hall of Famer


Inducted in 2013

Member Details

Date of Birth: September 9, 1966
Place of Birth: Edmonton, Alberta
Sport: Mountain Bike
Member Category: Athlete

Career Highlights


Bronze medal, women’s road race, UCI Road World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany


Women’s cross-country champion, World Mountain Bike Championships


Silver medal, women’s mountain biking, Olympic Games in Atlanta

1996, 98, 99

World Cup overall champion


Gold medal, in relay race, World Mountain Biking Championships in Kaprun, Austria

Hall of Famer ALISON SYDOR


An Olympic silver medalist (1996), a three time World Champion (1994, 1995, 1996), an ten time medalist at the World Championships, bronze medalist at the Individual Road Race World Championships, 17 career World Cup Mountain Bike Victories, medalist at the 1994 Commonwealth Games, and a three time medalist at the Pan American Games, Alison Sydor has demonstrated the consistency to win in nearly every discipline of cycling, all the while staying injury free throughout her career, a feat in itself.

Her transition from a successful professional cycling career has resulted in her being a mentor to many up and coming women cyclists.  She has continued to dedicate and volunteer her time to growing the sport through cycling camps and clinics.