Which details from Chapter 4 of Wheels of Change are important to include in a summary about the competition that often existed among women bicycle racers? Check all that apply. The St. Paul Daily Gl

Which details from Chapter 4 of Wheels of Change are important to include in a summary about the competition that often existed among women bicycle racers? Check all that apply.

The St. Paul Daily Globe declared that Louise Armaindo had “the best record in the world among women as an all-round athlete.”

Women cyclists would often return to racing even after being physically injured in a previous race.

Rivalries developed as women worked to break each other’s records, and some began to battle back and forth.

Jane Yatman and Jane Lindsay dueled back and forth in an effort to break each other’s records.

On May 7 and 8, 1899, Irene Brush started by pedaling 200 miles in 22 hours before going on to pedal 400 miles in 48 hours.