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MAJOR TAYLOR
CYCLING CLUB

OF AUSTIN, TX

About MTCC ATX

Affiliated with the Major Taylor Association (MTA), our club celebrates the remarkable legacy of Major Taylor, a pioneer in cycling and a humanitarian whose influence extends well beyond the sport. We welcome all cyclists, including everyone from beginners seeking leisurely rides to seasoned cyclists looking for a challenge.

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Meet The Team

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Chris Maldonado

President/MTCC ATX

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Dalton Savoy Jr.

Vice President/MTCC ATX

Upcoming Events

  • Jun 15, 2024, 8:15 AM
    The Taylor HEB parking lot, 100 Carlos G Parker Blvd NW, Taylor, TX 76574, USA
    Come ride 32 scenic miles around Granger Lake. We'll also have a cafe stop along the way. You will love this route. Strava Link: https://www.strava.com/routes/3057881723746792198
  • Jun 22, 2024, 8:15 AM CDT
    Quarry Park (across from Primrose), 3101 Lakeline Blvd, Leander, TX 78641, USA
    This is an intermediate 30 miles route starting in Leander and rolling through Liberty Hill. It is primarily country roads and it's frequently used by cyclists in the area. It has roughly 1100 ft. of elevation
  • Jul 20, 2024, 7:15 AM
    Lake Pflugerville Park, 18216 Weiss Ln, Pflugerville, TX 78660
    Ed Rogers was an ‘OG’ of Major Taylor Austin. We miss his presence and friendship. This is one of his favorite routes. We'll meet at the Lake Pflugerville Pavilion. It’s 20 miles with one (1) stop at New Sweden Church. Strava Route for the 20 miles: https://www.strava.com/routes/3120208003754226108
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Who is Major Taylor?

Marshall Walter "Major" Taylor, the world's first black cycling superstar, broke racial barriers in the Jim Crow era with unparalleled resilience. Crowned the world cycling champion in 1899 and the American sprint champion in 1900, Taylor's legacy transcends his victories. He stands as a symbol of courage, battling racial discrimination with steadfast perseverance. Today, his story continues to inspire a global community, making cycling a beacon of hope and equality.

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