JOHNNIE DENNIS , British quarter-mile record holder. interviews DAVE STAUB and STEVE PFEIFFER , U.S. contestant* in the Champion of Champions race at Herne Hill
REG HARRIS , ex-world champion
J E. CASSIDY of the C.T.C. on ' The Tour of the North,' the Northern Ireland cycle road race on April 7-8 HARRY SAUNDERS interviews four cyclists who have competed in the Empire and Commonwealth Games
EILEEN GRAY , secretary of the W.C.R.A.. on women's titles
VICTOR Davies on new trends in cycle manufacture
S. P. B. Mais .on the joys of cycling Introduced by Bill MILLS , Cycling Correspondent of the News Chronicle
Produced by Francis Dillon
For those interested in brushing up their colloquial French
Script by Marguerite Dasnieres
14—Tete de linotte
Shopping for Miss Reynolds, Betty loses an important parcel.
Production by W. R. H. Carling
W. R. H.
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