No, I didn't, simply because I didn't know! Mostly, the issue features an interview with a lady who is 91, continues to ride. She toured all over Europe in the 1930s and 1940s, won the Poly de Chanteloup hillclimb race on a mixed tandem during WW II, etc. There was a book review of Beryl Burton's autobiography, a lovely René Herse bike owned by a woman and a few other things. (Table of contents is on the VBQ web site, together with photos and other things. It's been updated recently...)
If anybody has info on the Giro, please forward it.
Jan Heine, Seattle
Vintage Bicycle Quarterly
c/o Il Vecchio Bicycles
140 Lakeside Ave, Ste. C
Seattle WA 98122
>Jan, did you cover the woman that rode in the Giro d' Italia? 1910s or 20s.
>The details are buried somewhere in my PC. Have any other women participated
>in a grand tour?
>Long Valley, NJ
>> I guess after the Autumn 2004 issue of Vintage Bicycle Quarterly was
>> dedicated to women in cycling, Bicycling had to do one better! (Not
>> that I know of any Bicycling staff reading VBQ...)
>> Jan Heine, Seattle
>> Vintage Bicycle Quarterly
>> c/o Il Vecchio Bicycles
>> 140 Lakeside Ave, Ste. C
>> Seattle WA 98122