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No, but today’s bike racing scene is hardly a Rainbow Coalition on wheels, that’s for sure.
Via Cycling in the South Bay:
USA Cycling hates black people.
You think that’s an exaggeration? I don’t. And in fact, it’s hardly surprising. African-Americans have been discriminated against in the sport of cycling since its very inception.
Includes link to video of Bahati getting crashed at 2010 crit.
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Not necessarily a positive activity in which to involve oneself.
Bike riding, however, is still the best.