MAJOR: A Black Athlete, a White Era, and the Fight to Be the World's Fastest Human Being
Major Taylor, one of the hundreds of racers who won the hearts of a bicycle-crazed public at the turn of the 20th century, was a superstar nobody saw coming, a classic underdog aided by an unlikely crew. It is also an account of a rivalry that would become an archetypal tale of white versus black. Photos.
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