Comment by Arnold Devlin on August 28, 2007 at 4:23am
The above video was a classic race that occurred at the height of six-day racing. In 1934 there were thirty four (34) six-day races. The winners were Victor Rausch (Ger) / Walter Lohmann (Ger). Rauch started in 42 six-day races winning 8. Lohmann started in 12 6-day races, winning only the Berlin 1934 race.


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