Andy Taus - Inducted 2009

Andy, a lifetime Allentown resident, was an active racer from 1968 through 1974. During that time, with friend Phil Petrick, Andy advised, encouraged and provided research for Bob Rodale to move forward with building our Velodrome. However, it would be after obtaining his officials’s license in 1972 that Andy would pursue his most-focused direction in cycling. From that day forth, his legacy would span from a local club official to the highest plateaus of officiating in the world. In 1990, Andy became a Grade-A International Cycling Union (UCI) Commissaire. In that capacity, Andy has worked many of the world’s most prestigious cycling competitions such as World Road and Track Championships and Olympic, Pan American and Goodwill games, as well as the majority of the USA’s high profile races. In addition to officiating, Andy previously served as the Technical Director of Governing Body, USPRO, in charge of writing and adapting regulations and assigning officials for all USPRO sanctioned racing. he has also been a a successful organizer of track, road and cyclecross events.

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