1934 BIKE MARATHON & CUBAN DEMONSTRATION Jack Dempsey gives the start of the six-day bicycle endurance race at Madison Square Garden in New York. Meanwhile in Havana, Cuba its a first as radical and conservative undergraduate students join together in a demonstration honoring classmates who fell in the revolution.
1939 SPORTS MONTAGE A sporting montage from 1939:
-The U.S. polo team versus the British in the International Challenge Cup.
-The University of California rowing team wins the Poughkeepsie Regatta crown on the Hudson.
-slow motion high-board diving of Olympic athletes.
-Reidar Anderson, Norwegian ski jumping champ.
-Motorcycle hill-climbing with its exciting and dangerous assaults on impossible slopes.
-Henry Picard, "pro" champ, captured the P.G.A. title after a thrilling dual with Byron Nelson.
50'S TEENS COMPARE MOTORIZED BIKES On his nifty motorized bike, a 50's teen pulls up next to some other bike riding friends and lets them all squeeze his cool rubber horn. Soon they are all happily racing down the street together. Life is good.
64TH INTERNATIONAL NYC SIX-DAY BIKE-A-THON The 64th International Six-Day cycle marathon at Madison Square Garden begins. Cyclists from around the world compete on a squirrel-cage track sometimes losing their balance as they whip around corners trying to outbike each other.
ACCIDENTAL FALL FROM A BRIDGE A man going for a leisurely bike ride on a sunny day somehow lost control of his bike and fell over a bridge into the shallow waters below killing him instantly. Police investigate the scene.
Date: March 29, 2006 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:30:00, No Audio
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