A VELODROME IN THE BRONX 

The Kingsbridge Armory briefly revived six-day bicycle racing in New York in 1948. Jack Simes and Mike Green want to restore the long-vacant and much-fought-over armory for cycling events.  Make it happen!

Read the full article at the New York Times.
A VELODROME IN THE BRONX 

The Kingsbridge Armory briefly revived six-day bicycle racing in New York in 1948. Jack Simes and Mike Green want to restore the long-vacant and much-fought-over armory for cycling events.  Make it happen!

Read the full article at the New York Times.

A VELODROME IN THE BRONX


The Kingsbridge Armory briefly revived six-day bicycle racing in New York in 1948. Jack Simes and Mike Green want to restore the long-vacant and much-fought-over armory for cycling events. Make it happen!

Read the full article at the New York Times.
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