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A photo of Taylor offers insights into American cycling in 1901 By Peter Joffre Nye In August 1901 Marshall “Major” Taylor of Indianapolis arrived in Newark, New Jersey after a campaign that spring as a match sprinter in Paris and other destination cities around the...
1994 Inductee and long-time USBHOF Board of Directors member Ernie Seubert passed away on February 13, 2021 at the age of 91. As a competitor Seubert raced in the Junior and Senior Nationals, was the New York state champion and won the 1952 Tour of Somerville....
LeMond is the first cyclist to receive America’s highest civilian honor. He was inducted into the US Bicycling Hall of Fame in 1996.
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