Palmares

  1. Pittsburgh, Penn, Schenley Park, September 28, 1884, Mile Handicap, Class A, 2nd place.
  2. Wheeling, West Va. September 29, 1884, One Mile Handicap, Class A, 2nd place.
  3. Wellsville, Ohio, October 2, 1894, Two-Mile Handicap, Class A. 3rd place, Mile Handicap, Class A. 4th place, Two-Mile Open Class A, 3rd place.
  4. Rochester, N.Y. June 10, 1896, Two-Mile Professional, Handicap, 1st place.
  5. New York State Cycling Circuit, July 5, 1896, During the eleven days of racing which made up the New York State Circuit the professional riders divided $2,585. Otto Maya was 11th receiving $105.00.
  6. Binghamton, N.Y. Binghamton Athletic Association Grounds, August 24, 1896, One-Mile Open Professional, 7th place, Two-Mile Handicap Professional, 2nd place.
  7. Saratoga, N.Y. National Circuit Bicycle Meet at the Woodlawn Oval, August 25, 1896, One-Mile Open Professional, 3rd place 1st Heat.
  8. Plainfield, N.J. National Circuit at the Crescent Wheelman Oval, September 26, 1896, Two-Mile Handicap, Professional, Second Heat 2nd place (140 yards).
  9. Indianapolis, Indiana, American Wheelman Bicycle Races at Newby Oval, August 11, 1898, The Great American Handicap Race Two-Miles for a purse of $1000. Third Heat, 1st place (250 yards) Time: 4:07.35. Final: 2nd place, (250 yards), won $200.
  10. Newark, N.J. Vailsburg Bicycle Track, November 5, 1899, International Team Pursuit Race, (Unlimited)-Archie McEachern (Can) and "Bobby" Thompson (Can) representing Canada vs. Otto Maya and Fred Sims representing USA- 1st place, Won by Maya and Sims. Distance, 5 miles 500 yard, Time-12:30.
  11. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 4-10, 1899, partnered with Archie McEachern (Can), 2nd place.
  12. Newark, N.J. Vailsburg Bicycle Track, July 2, 1900, Half-Mile Handicap, (Professional), 3rd place (35 yards).
  13. Newark, N.J. Vailsburg Bicycle Track, July 29, 1900, Australian Pursuit Race, Unlimited-Won by Archie McEachern, Toronto, Canada; Otto Maya, Erie, Penn, 2nd place.
  14. Newark, N.J. Vailsburg Bicycle Track, August 19, 1900, Five-Mile Handicap, Professional race, 4th place, (200 yard handicap).
  15. Newark, N.J. Vailsburg Bicycle Track, June 23, 1901, Ten-Mile Open, Professional, 5th place, $1 winner of lap prizes.
  16. New York, N.Y. Madison Square Garden, July 29, 1901, One-Mile Professional Handicap, First Heat: 3rd place, (100 yards).
  17. Worcester, Mass. Worcester Coliseum, August 6, 1901, One-Mile Class A Professional race, 2nd place.
  18. New York, N. Y. Madison Square Garden Track, August 9, 1901, One-Mile Handicap, Professional, Third Heat, 3rd place (30 yards handicap).
  19. Buffalo, N.Y. Pan American Stadium quarter-mile board track, August 14, 1901, National Cycling Association 'Grand Circuit'. Mile Professional Pan American Circuit Championship, Second semi-final won by James Bower, Chicago; Otto Maya, Erie, Penn., second. Time-2:40.35. Half-Mile Handicap Professional: Second Heat: 2nd place (60 yards).
  20. Buffalo, N. Y. Pan American Stadium quarter-mile board track, August 16, 1901, National Cycling Association 'Grand Circuit'. Ten-Mile National Championship, Professional, Trail heats of five miles, first six each heat to qualify for final at ten miles tomorrow. Second heat won by Major Taylor, Worcester, Mass, Otto Maya, Erie, Penn. 5th.
  21. New York, N.Y. Madison Square Garden, August 19, 1901, One-Mile Professional, 2:10 class, First Heat 2nd place. One-Mile Professional Handicap, Fourth Heat, 2nd place (60 yards) 2:02.25.
  22. Boston Six-Day Bicycle Race, Revere Beach Track, August 29-September 3, 1901, partnered with James B. Bowler, 1st place. 970 miles 7 laps 45 hours 30 minutes.
  23. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, Madison Square Garden, December 9-14, 1901, partnered with fellow Pennsylvanian, Lester Wilson (Usa) Pittsburgh, Penn. 2nd place.
  24. Boston Six-Day Bicycle race, December 31, 1901-January 5, 1902, Partnered with Floyd McFarland (Usa), 1st place.
  25. Philadelphia, Second Regiment Armory, 15 Mile Motor Paced Bicycle Race. DNF, accident. Archie McEachern (Can) set a new world record on an Indoor Track, 24:41.45.
  26. Boston, Mass. Charles River Park, April 19, 1902, One-Hour Motor-Paced Race, 5th place, 32.1 miles.
  27. Newark, N.J. Vailsburg Cycle Track, September 21, 1902, Five -Nile Heat race, Two in Three, Professional, paced by single motors, 4th place.
  28. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, Madison Square Garden, December 8-13, 1902, partnered with Floyd McFarland (Usa), 3rd place, 2477 miles 2 laps.
  29. National Circuit for Motor-Paced Cycle Racing, June 1-September 1, 1903. Otto Maya was a contracted professional to ride at the Pittsburgh Coliseum and in Philadelphia.