Undeniably Young is a humorous, short, mostly animated "ficto-documentary"

THE STORY: In 1936, 19-year-old NORA YOUNG, a force of nature and multi-sport athlete, breaks into the wacky world of men’s Six-Day bike racing, as part of a historic women’s demonstration race held at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto during the Golden Age of Women's Sports.

Borrowing a men’s bike (because professional racing bikes were rare for women back then), she seizes the opportunity to compete on a banked velodrome track for the first time – a phenomenally daring and dangerous thing to do – at an event known for its kookiness, excitement, athletic endurance, “spills and thrills,” and massive crowds. Along the way, we meet some of the other characters at the race… and this is where things get even more colourful and wacky.  

Ultimately young Nora and her indomitable spirit change history. You'll have to see the film to find out how!

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Coming in 2019!

Nora Young as a 1930s cyclist, a short introduction….

A look at Nora Young and her cycling legacy put together by the makers of the upcoming animated film "Undeniably Young," which focuses on the cycling pioneer and her role in a historic six-day race at Maple Leaf Gardens.