Victories

  1. Detroit Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 29-November 3, 1928, partnered with Franz Duelberg (Ger).
  2. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 13-18, 1928, partnered with Franz Duelberg (Ger).
  3. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 30-November 6, 1933, partnered with Ewald Wissel (Ger).
  4. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 23-30, 1934, Partnered with Henri Lepage (Can).
  5. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 29-November 3, 1934, Triple: partnered with Fred Ottevaire (Usa) and Reggie Fielding (Can).
  6. Los Angeles Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 1935, partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa).
  7. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 7-13, 1935, Triple: partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa) and Charly Winter (Usa).
  8. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 22-28, 1935, partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa).
  9. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 27-May 3, 1936, partnered with Charly Winter (Usa).
  10. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 29-December 5, 1936, partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa).
  11. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 23-March 1, 1938, partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa).
  12. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 10-15, 1938, partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa).
  13. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 1-7, 1939, partnered with Alfred Crossley (Usa).
  14. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April14-20, 1940, partnered with Bob Thomas (Usa).

Over a thirteen year career as a professional six-day racer Jimmy Walthour won 16 six-day bicycle races. Alfred Crossley, the New Bedford, Massachusetts flyer was a potent partnership for Jimmy and they won seven races as a team.