Not sure if you guys read this post http://bmx.transworld.net/1000145269/featu...ment=true#ngtop.
I only found out about bmx action magazine from a neighbor, it must have been around 1988 or 1989, he has/had all these magazines stored individually to keep them in primo condition.
I dont know much about the bmx hall of fame but, I do look at the list of riders that were inducted over the years and do remember seeing photos of these riders in the bmx action magazine publication.
This leads me to my next question: This guy name Harold McGruther posted the below comment, reading what he said, I get the feeling he is a bit bitter!
In HOF's for all other major sports you don't become eligible for nomination until you've been retired for 5 years. This is probably why the Garret Reynolds of the world aren't in it. In recent years the list of inductees has gotten a little weird. Al Fritz is a good super inside industry pick, however, and I love it. Steve Johnson's absence is egregious. Basically, the BMXHOF is a cronie club and a sham. Adding George Esser and Steve Johnson would help tremendously to improve the reputation of what is essentially Craig Barrette's pet project. This humble servant of both men in their respective heydays would greatly appreciate ABA's attempt to correct this oversight.