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Before he became Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay was a kid who got his bike stolen ... where Muhammad Ali's father worshipped and where Ali would occasionally accompany him. ... Washington Post ...

bleacherreport.com/articles/160777-his-stollen-bicycle-led...

Muhammad Ali remains a magical figure, known throughout the world. His success as a boxer is widely respected, but his greatest triumph lies in his legacy as a leader, humanitarian, and artist. ...

www.alicenter.org/red-bike-moment

Muhammad Ali utilized his “Red Bike Moment”© to fight a different kind of fight that persisted while still in the ring, and continued until his passing in June, 2016. Education A significant component of the Muhammad Ali Center’s mission is to preserve and promote Muhammad Ali’s legacy.

sports.jrank.org/pages/91/Ali-Muhammad-Stolen-Bicycle.html

Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Marcellus Clay on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky. Unlike most future champions, his parents, Cassius and Odessa (Grady) Clay, were middle-class and he lived in the respectable part of town. His father was a sign and mural painter, and his mother was a domestic.

www.bbc.com/sport/boxing/21533990

"Boxing was a discredited, almost discarded sport when Ali intervened." Hail the criminal who stole a bike outside the Home Exhibition in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1954. A 12-year-old Cassius Clay ...

www.pushblack.us/news/what-happens-when-you-steal-muhammad...

No one would know Muhammad Ali as “The Greatest” had a kid not stolen Cassius Clay’s bike in 1955. [AN][/AN] As a child, Clay took so much pride in his brand new $60 bike. One day, he rode his bike to the fair at Columbia Gym, parked, and went on to have a good time. When he came back, his bike was gone. Clay was furious. “If I find the kid who stole my bike, I’ll whoop him,”

time.com/4357595/muhammad-ali-dead-career-beginning

The boxing career of Muhammad Ali, who died Friday at the age of 74, began when he was just a 12-year-old whose bike had been stolen. Ali—then Cassius Clay—first appeared on the cover of TIME ...

www.biography.com/athlete/muhammad-ali

Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Clay) was a boxer, philanthropist and social activist who is universally regarded as one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. ... His bike was stolen, and Ali ...

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Ali remembers being so completely enamored with the boxing gym that he almost forgot about his bike entirely. " I ran downstairs, crying, but the sights and sounds and the smell of the boxing gym excited me so much that I almost forgot about the bike," Ali wrote in his autobiography.

www.theguardian.com/sport/picture/2016/jun/07/sport...

Muhammad Ali, it all started with the red bike.