Harry Reynolds (cyclist)
Reynolds on a bicycle
|Full name||Harry Reynolds|
December 14, 1874|
|Died||July 16, 1940(aged 65)|
Harry Reynolds (born Balbriggan, Ireland, 14 December 1874, died 16 July 1940), known as the Balbriggan Flyer, was the first Irishman to win the world championship in cycling. He accomplished this at the 1896 ICA Track Cycling World Championships in Copenhagen.
- "Harry Reynolds The Balbriggan Flyer". Cycling Reports. IrishCYCLING.com. Retrieved 5 Oct 2010.
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