Inductee

Paul Dudley White

Inducted in 2000 for Contributor

Biography

Dr. White a Harvard Medical School graduate, was a world renowned cardiologist and cycling enthusiast. He cycled daily and realized the positive effects of cycling exercise on cardiovascular development. He pioneered safe cycling campaigns and opened the first modern cycle path on Nantucket Island in 1960. Dr. White authored CYCLING IN THE SCHOOL FITNESS PROGRAMS and become an evangelist for health through cycling in the United States. (died October 31, 1973)

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