Partners

  1. Alfred Crossley (Usa): 40 six-day races
  2. Charley Ritter (Usa): 10 six-day races
  3. Charly Winter (Usa): 8 six-day races
  4. Franz Duelberg (Ger): 6 six-day races
  5. Henri Lepage (Can): 4 six-day races
  6. Bobby Walthour Jr. (Usa): 3 six-day races
  7. Norman Hill (Usa): 2 six-day races
  8. Fred Ottevaire (Usa): 2 six-day races
  9. Reggie Fielding (Can): 2 six-day races
  10. Bobby Thomas (Usa): 2 six-day races
  11. Franco Giorgetti (Usa): 1 six-day race
  12. Prudent Delille (Bel): 1 six-day race
  13. Frank Elliot (Usa): 1 six-day race
  14. Ewald Wissel (Ger): 1 six-day race
  15. George Dempsey (Usa): 1 six-day race
  16. Anthony Schaller (Usa): 1 six-day race
  17. Willy Grimm (Usa): 1 six-day race
  18. Frank Keating (Usa): 1 six-day race
  19. Freddy Zach (Sui): 1 six-day race
  20. Ernest Buhler (Sui): 1 six-day race
  21. Jules Audy (Can): 1 six-day race
  22. Laurent Gadou (Can): 1 six-day race
  23. Charles Bergna (Usa): 1 six-day race
  24. Borris: 1 six-day race

The six-day racing career of Jimmy Walthour also included five triple six-day race formats. Walthour was very successful in this type of race getting 4 podiums placing in the five triple six-day races he competed in: 1st place in Toronto 1934, and Pittsburgh 1935, 3rd place in Cleveland 1934 and Minneapolis 1934.