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March 14, 1960 | Arthur Judson Palmer
Professional bicycle racing was at its peak in the United States when Marshall Walter (Major) Taylor, one of eight children of a Negro Civil War veteran, won the 1899 world championship and the U.S. title a year...
July 18, 1960
As the grade-crossing barrier goes up, 128 professional cyclists from 13 countries swarm across the Belgian border during the first lap of the Tour de France. After 14 days of the punishing 22-day race around the...
August 01, 1960 | Ray Cave
America's version of the Tour de France stops traffic but provides an Olympic team
August 08, 1960
Nearly everyone in France, from small boys to tall presidents, turns out to watch the Tour de France as it passes through his home town. When this year's Tour reached the village of Colombey-les-deux-Églises the...