2017 AMCA Legends Chapter "Legend of The Year"

Betty Fauls. Legendary Womens Motorcyclist and Golden  Lifetime Motor Maids Member

Betty Fauls, Motor Maid on her Mom's Dot Robinson's, Founder Motor Maids bike, USA Biker Chick
This pink bagger sidecar is owned by legendary female motorcyclist Dot Robinson. Her daughter Betty Fauls is showing it off here in Daytona Beach.
Betty Fauls, daughter of Motor Maids co-founder and pioneering rider, Dot Robinson. Dot rode this sidecar motorcycle in her later years, up until age
Whether you love them or hate them, you can't deny that a pink motorcycle stands out in a crowd.
Dot Robinson, the first president of Motor Maids, opened doors on 1941 for women motorcyclist.

AMCA Legends Chapter 2016 "Legend Of The Year"
Pete Hill " The Worlds Fastest Knucklehead"

2016 Legend of the Year
Pete Hill

AMCA Legends Chapter has announced our " Legend of The Year " for 2016 . Each year we pick someone that has dedicated and contributed to the world of Motorcycles. The choice was not hard . From the Idea of starting the AMCA Legends Chapter it had to be our very own "Pete Hill" AMA Hall of Fame and Charter member of the Legends . We will have him and Jackie at "The Antique Bikes on Main Show" for a formal dedication ceremony . Thank you Pete for being so special and for what you have giving to everyone. What you have accomplished and still are accomplishing is Amazing ! You are A True Legend.
 
Bud Blair
AMCA Legends Chapter/ President

Amca Legends Presented Pete Hill "Legend Of The Year"

May 2016 at The Amca Barber - Lucas National Meet

 
Pete Hill
INDUCTED: 1990
Accomplished Harley-Davidson drag racer. IDBA third place 1979, second place 1980, first place 1981.
Pete Hill was born in Greenville, S.C., in 1932. A dragracer and builder of high-performance Harley-Davidson motors, Hill earned multiple top-fuel dragracing championship titles.

In 1948, the teen-aged Hill built his first dragracing machine—based on a Harley-Davidson Knucklehead—in an attempt to better a friend’s Triumph. His efforts paid off.

Early in his career Hill worked as an auto body repairman, but in 1976 he and his wife, Jackie, opened a performance motorcycle shop in Greenville.

In 1981, Hill won his first International Drag Bike Association (IDBA) championship title. That year he also won the AMA Dragbike Top Fuel title aboard a modified 1947 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead. He went on to win four more IDBA titles, and four titles with the American Motorcycle Racing Association (AMRA).

Jackie served as Pete’s crew chief throughout his race career. In 1979 the IDBA presented the Hills with the First Family of Drag Racing award.

Hill retired from racing in 1994, and was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 1990.