John Harvey (cyclist)
|1 mile. (1910)|
John Harvey sometimes Jack Harvey (1884-????) from Stoke on Trent in Staffordshire was a British professional road racing cyclist in the 1900s and 1910s. He held the National Cyclists' Union, 25 mile title in 1909 and was the English Champion for the one mile distance, in 1910.
- English NCU Champion (25 Miles) 1909, Open to the World
- English AAA Champion (25 Miles) 1911
- English AAA Champion (1 mile and 5 miles) 1910
- Northern Champion (1/2 mile and 1 mile) 1911
- Northern Champion (1/2 mile and 5 miles) 1910
- Midland AAA Champion (1/2 mile) 1911
- Midland NCU Champion (1/4 mile) 1908
- Midland NCU Champion (25 miles) 1909
Between 1910 -1913, he ran a pub called Old Blue Post Hotel in Stafford. He served in the Army in 1915 aged 31.
- National Cycle Archive https://mrc-catalogue.warwick.ac.uk/records/NCA/1/51/7/10/76. Retrieved 8 October 2019. Missing or empty
- Connor, John (2013). The Inns and Alehouses of Stafford: Through the South Gate. Troubador Publishing. p. 63. ISBN 1783061316. Retrieved 8 October 2019.
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