Tommy Hall (GBR), 1903 Motor Paced Hour Record Holder

$24.95

Tommy Hall was a professional track racing cyclist from 1900 until 1914.  Hall broke the world motor-paced hour record in 1903, despite falling in a bend, covering 54.34 miles (87.391 km).  He won the first London Six-Day race with partner Brit Martin, covering 839 miles in 36 hours.  He was also finished third in the European stayer championship in 1904.

All of the postal cards on our site are original, no reproductions.

As many if the cards are quite old and one of a kind, please look carefully a the photos to determine condition.

Size 9 x 14 cm  (3.5 x 5.5 inches)

Only 1 left in stock

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All of the postal cards on our site are original, no reproductions.

As many if the cards are quite old and one of a kind, please look carefully a the photos to determine condition.

Size 9 x 14 cm