George Mount has always ridden and loved bicycles. From “borrowing” his sisters 3-speed to ride to his Grandpas place where he was taught to put condensed milk in tubes to defeat thorns, to the top levels of professional cycling in Europe, bicycles and riding them have always been a major passion in his life. Despite a 10-year competitive racing career which rocketed him to the Olympic Games and off to Europe, he has always had respect and fascination for all human-powered two-wheeled objects. He worked for many years in Tech as an Engineering Program Manager specializing in communications and test products. He jumped off that bus and is now living in the woods in Southern Oregon. He plies the forest service backroads and byways on various bikes found in his garage. He currently is Vice President of the US Bicycling Hall of Fame non-profit and runs the nomination committee.