Madison (cycling)

Madison (cycling)

The madison is a team event in track cycling, named after the first Madison Square Garden in New York, and known as the "American race" in French (course à l'américaine) and in Italian and Spanish as Americana.

Read more about Madison (cycling):  History, The Race, The Full Rules

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Madison (cycling) - The Full Rules
... The official rules of the madison traditionally regarded as being hard to follow, are stated as follows by British Cycling the British Governing Body of Cycling Teams shall be of two or three riders wearing the ...

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    Wherever there is interest and power to do wrong, wrong will generally be done.
    —James Madison (1751–1836)