Cordy Milne

Cordy Milne

Speedway Rider
Born Apr 14, 1914

Cordy Milne was an American international motorcycle speedway rider who finished third in the 1937 Speedway World Championship final, behind his brother Jack and second placed Wilbur Lamoreaux. All three riders came from Pasadena, California.

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1914 Birth Born on April 14, 1914.


1934 20 Years Old Milne won his first American titles in 1934 and 1935.
1936 22 Years Old …  He took his girlfiend, Marie Van Schaack, to England with him where they married, in July, 1936. … Read More
1939 25 Years Old Milne reached the final of the Speedway World Championship three times, never finishing lower than sixth place and was in first place after the semi-finals in 1939 when World War II broke out and the final was never run. … Read More
1940 26 Years Old Cordy won the 1940 Australian Championship at the famous Sydney Showground Speedway after having finished second in 1938 in the 5 Lap Championship at the Camden Motordome in Adelaide.. … Read More


1947 33 Years Old After World War II, he returned to win the U.S. title again in 1947 and 1948.


1978 65 Years Old Died on October 15, 1978.
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