Jimmy Walthour, Jr.

Inducted in 2008 for Veteran Road & Track Competitor (1970 & prior)



Jimmy Walthour Jr., now deceased, was selected to the Hall of Fame in recognition of his amazing track racing career in the 1920's and 1930's. Mr. Walthour raced in the United States, Canada, and Europe. As a track racer, he competed in 89 six-day races earning 14 first-place and 15 second-place finishes. Near the start of his career as a 17-year old racer in 1927, Mr. Walthour won the amateur cycling championship in both the track and road categories.

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