Historic Overview George Pilkington Mills

Rider

Overall Rank3026
NameGeorge Pilkington MILLS
Country
  Great Britain
Date of birth08-Jan-1867 - Paddington (Middlesex)
Date of death08-Nov-1945 - Shirley (Surrey)
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Biography

George Pilkington Mills

George Pilkington Mills (8 January 1867 – 8 November 1945) was the dominant English racing cyclist of his generation, and winner of the inaugural Bordeaux–Paris cycle race. He frequently rode from Land's End to John o' Groats, holding the world record time on six occasions between 1886 and 1895. He was a member of the Anfield and North Road cycling clubs. He later won races and broke records as a car racer and motorcycle rider.

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Major Victories

Bordeaux - Paris 1891
North Road 24 hour road race 1886
Nijmegen - Arcen - Nijmegen 1887
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