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A PRO CYCLING LEAGUE: COMING SOON TO A CITY NEAR YOU?
Published January 4, 1995
According to Professional Bicycle League (PBL) Commissioner Peter O'Neil, Chicago, Miami, New York and Houston are all very close to becoming franchise cities in the proposed eight-team league. The race format would have two five-member teams racing on a city course approximately a half-mile long. Every other lap counts for points with finisher order scored at one point for first, two for second, etc. (PBL).