recognized in Europe, in several ways.
1. Name a Congressional Medal after Major Taylor, presented to exemplary athletes who embody his values of perseverance, equality, and excellence in sports.
2. Introduce a bill calling for the erection of a monument honoring Major Taylor on the National Mall.
3. Introduce a bill honoring Major Taylor with a U.S. postage stamp or coin.
4. Construct a Major Taylor cycling trail in cities throughout the United States.
5. Sponsor a board game about Major Taylor’s life in STEM and physical education classrooms.
6. Introduce a bill making “Major Taylor Day” a national holiday.
7. Sponsor an essay or video essay contest for students to learn about Major Taylor and his legacy.
8. Introduce a resolution recognizing Major Taylor’s status as the first African American Sports Hero and his contributions to cycling and other sports.
9. Sponsor an annual race recognizing Major Taylor’s legacy which is open to cyclists of any race or gender.
10. Create a grant program offering scholarships to promising athletes in under-represented communities. The scholarships shall be named in honor of Major Taylor.