Historic Overview Montague Alfred "Monty" Holbein
Montague Alfred Holbein (11 August 1861 in Twickenham – 1 July 1944) was a British champion cyclist and swimmer. He is most known for his second place in the inaugural 1891 Bordeaux-Paris, that was won by his countryman George Pilkington Mills and for several attempts in the early 1900s to cross the English Channel swimming.
Montague Alfred "Monty" Holbein - Scores by Season Tweet
|13/10||North Road 24 hour road race||1|
|25/05||North Road 50||1|
|07/09||North Road 24 hour road race||1|
|01/09||North Road 24 hour road race||1|
|23/05||Bordeaux - Paris||2|