Born Nov 26th, 1878 in Indianapolis, Marshall showed a keen interest in cycling from an early age. He worked in a bike shop and eventually began racing. It wasn't long before he was breaking records at tracks all over the US. The racial abuse and prejudice he experienced was unthinkable but, Marshall Major Taylor endured and would compete in spite of the obstacles in front of him. Throughout his career - which saw him compete and break records all over the world - he challenged the racial prejudice he encountered on and off the track. He was a pioneer and role model for other athletes facing racial discrimination.
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