Bobby Phillips - Inducted 2016

Bobby “The Baltimore Bullet” Phillips was destined to race bikes as both his parents competed on two wheels, however, it was his talent, determination, and dedication to the sport that has led him to be referred to as the most winning active bike racer in America. He won his first race in May of 1954 and never stopped, still competing on the national stage to this day. He has traveled around the globe to compete in national championships, criteriums, and Masters World Cups. During his stint in the Army, Bobby was a member of the U.S. Army Cycling team which was chosen to represent the U.S. Army at the 1967 Pan-American trials. Bobby also was a member of the U.S. Cycling Federation Board of Directors and was an official. Known for his lightning fast sprint, “The Bullet” always found a way to shoot himself to the front of the pack.

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