The Edison Dye Motocross Lifetime Achievement Award
The Edison Dye Motocross Lifetime Achievement Award is a prestigious award given to some of the people who made the largest impact on the growth of motocross in America. The awards ceremony takes place at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, CA. Started in 1997 by motocross legends Tom White and Irving Feldkamp, the award has honored 17 incredible recipients that have forever left their impression on the sport of motocross. Winners are nominated and chosen by Tom White, formerly with the White Brothers. The awards ceremony takes place the first weekend of November during the MTA World Vet MX National at Glen Helen Raceway.
Every Edison Dye Motocross Lifetime Achievement Award recipient also receives a plaque on Glen Helen’s legendary Walk of Fame. The Walk of Fame is located by the Grand Stands and is available for the public to visit. Built in 1997, the Walk of Fame is to honor and bring recognition to the pioneers of motocross and to keep their legacies alive.
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