Hennessy Honors Unsung Cycling Hero in Ad Campaign

By Molly Hurford - Apr 17, 2018 - Bicycling.com

Marshall “Major” Taylor was not only the first African-American cyclist to take a World Champion title, he was also the second African-American athlete to win a world title in any sport.

He began racing professionally in 1896 at age 18, and three years later won the sprint event at World Championships in Montreal.

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