Palmares

  1. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 12-17, 1931, with Piet Van Kempen (Ned), 2nd place.
  2. Minneapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 19-26, 1931, with William "Torchy’ Peden (Can), 1st place.
  3. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 6-12, 1932, with Maurice DeClerck (Bel), 3rd place.
  4. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 7-13, 1932, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  5. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 28—March 5, 1932, with Jan ‘Kanonbal’ Pijnenburg (Ned), DNF.
  6. Philadelphia Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 7-13, 1932, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), DNF.
  7. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 17-23, 1932, with William ‘Torchy Peden (Can), 1st place.
  8. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, May 2-7, 1932 with Harry Horan (Usa), 3rd place.
  9. Atlantic City Six-Day Bicycle Race, July 1932 with Maurice Boogmans (Bel), DNF.
  10. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 17-23, 1932 with Al Crossley (Usa), 2nd place.
  11. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 3-8, 1932 with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  12. Minneapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 1932 with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 1st place.
  13. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 1932 with William ‘Torchy Peden (Can), 1st place.
  14. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 28—December 3, 1932 with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), DNF
  15. Philadelphia Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 11-17, 1932 with Norman Hill (Usa), 8th place.
  16. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 20-26, 1933, with Jackie Sheehan (Ire), 5th place.
  17. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 27—March 5, 1933, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden, 7th place.
  18. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 11-17, 1933, with Willy Grimm (Usa), 2nd place.
  19. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 16-22, 1933, with Henri Lepage (Can), 6th place.
  20. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 26—May 1, 1933 with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 2nd place.
  21. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 8-14, 1933, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 2nd place.
  22. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 23-29, 1933, with Piet van Kempen (Ned), 2nd place.
  23. Minneapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 6-12, 1933, with Piet van Kempen (Ned), 2nd place.
  24. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 6-12, 1933, with Piet van Kempen (Ned), 1st place.
  25. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 1934, with Piet van Kempen (Ned), 4th place.
  26. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 25—March 2, 1934, with Freddy Ottevaire (Usa), 8th place.
  27. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 13-19, 1934 with Charley Winter (Usa), DNF.
  28. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 1934, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 1st place.
  29. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 15-21, 1934, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 1st place.
  30. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, May 6-11, 1934, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 1st place.
  31. London, England, Six-Day Bicycle Race, July 13-21, 1934 with Henri Lepage (Can), 8th place.
  32. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 23-30, 1934, with Piet van Kempen, 5th place.
  33. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 15-21, 1934, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden, 4th place.
  34. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 29---November 3, 1934, Triple; with Ernst Buhler (Swi)
    and Henri Lepage (Can), 7th place.
  35. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 8-14, 1934, Triple; with Henri Lepage (Can)
    and William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  36. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 18-24, 1934, Triple; with Henri Lepage (Can)
    and William ‘Torchy’ Peden, 1st place.
  37. Minneapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 2-8, 1934, Triple; with Henri Lepage (Can)
    and William 'Torchy' Peden (Can), 2nd place.
  38. Kansas City Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 8-14, 1935, with Jimmy Walthour (Usa), DNF
  39. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 17-23, 1935, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 5th place.
  40. Los Angeles Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 1935, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  41. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 7-13, 1935, Triple; with Henri Lepage (Can)
    and William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  42. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 30—May 5, 1935, with Jimmy Walthour (Usa), 2nd place.
  43. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, May 7-13, 1935, with Jimmy Walthour (Usa), DNF.
  44. San Francisco Six-Day Bicycle Race, May 24-30, 1935, with Lew Rush (Can), DNF.
  45. Oakland Six-Day Bicycle Race, June 7-13, 1935, with Reggie Fielding (Can), 1st place.
  46. Minneapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 12-18, 1935, with Al Crossley (Usa), 2nd place.
  47. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 22-28, 1935, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  48. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 14-20, 1935, with Al Crossley (Usa), 6th place.
  49. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 28—November 3, 1935, with Frank Bartell (Usa), 4th place.
  50. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 11-17, 1935, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 3rd place.
  51. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 2-8, 1935, with Paul Broccardo (Fra), DNF
  52. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 13-19, 1935, with Tony Schaller (Usa), 6th place.
  53. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 16-22, 1936, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 3rd place.
  54. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 23-29, 1936, with Albert Buysse (Bel), 5th place.
  55. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 16-23, 1936, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 2nd place.
  56. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 13-19, 1936 with Henri Lepage (Can), 2nd place.
  57. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 27—May 3, 1936 with William ‘Torchy’ Peden, 2nd place.
  58. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 9-14, 1936, with Alfred Letourneur (Fra), 7th place.
  59. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 29—December 5, 1936, with Norman Hill (Usa), 8th place.
  60. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 11-17, 1937, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden, 2nd place.
  61. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 22-28, 1937, with Tino Reboli (Usa), 3rd place.
  62. Indianapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 15-20, 1937 with Fred Spencer (Usa), 4th place.
  63. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 1-6, 1937, with Jan ‘Kanonbal’ Pijnenburg (Ned), 7th place.
  64. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 15-20, 1937, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 3rd place.
  65. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 1-7, 1937, with Heinz Vopel (Ger), 1st place.
  66. Louisville Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 15-21, 1937, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 1st place.
  67. Philadelphia Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 25—May 1, 1937, with Henri Lepage (Can), 1st place.
  68. Toronto Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 28—October 3, 1937, with Al Crossley (Usa), DNF.
  69. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 10-16, 1937, with Tino Reboli (Usa), 6th place.
  70. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 8-13, 1937, with Henri Lepage (Can), DNF.
  71. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 30-December 5, 1937 with Freddy Zach (Sui), 9th place.
  72. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 12-18, 1937 with Jerry Rodman (Usa), 4th place.
  73. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 10-16, 1938, with Henri Lepage (Can), 6th place.
  74. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 30—February 5, 1938, with Ernst Buehler (Sui), 7th place.
  75. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 23—March 1, 1938, with Piet Van Kempen (Ned), 4th place.
  76. Indianapolis Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 3-9, 1938, with Ernst Buehler (Sui), 2nd place.
  77. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 10-15, 1938, with Ernst Buehler (Sui), 3rd place.
  78. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 19-25, 1938, with Gerard Debaets (Bel), 4th place.
  79. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 9-15, 1938, with Marcel Guimbretiere (Fra), DNF.
  80. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 7-13, 1938, with Cecil Yates (Usa), 7th place.
  81. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 28- December 4, 1938, with Cecil Yates (Usa), 5th place.
  82. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 1-7, 1939, with Gustav Killian (Ger), 5th place.
  83. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 13-18, 1939 with Jerry Rodman (Usa), 6th place.
  84. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 28--March 6, 1939, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), DNF.
  85. San Francisco Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 13-19, 1939, with Fred Ottevaire (Usa), 3rd place.
  86. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 28—April 2, 1939, with Fred Ottevaire (Usa), 7th place.
  87. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, May 15-20, 1939, with Cecil Yates (Usa) 7th place.
  88. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 5-11, 1939, with Henry ‘Cocky’ O’Brien (Usa), 3rd place.
  89. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 20-25, 1939, with Robert ‘Bobby’ Thomas (Usa), 3rd place.
  90. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 24-30, 1939, with Cesare Moretti Jr. (Usa), 2nd place.
  91. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 7-13, 1940, with Cesare Moretti Jr. (Usa), DNF
  92. Columbus Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 20-26, 1940, with Cesare Moretti Jr. (Usa), 3rd place.
  93. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 5-11, 1940, with William ‘Torchy’ Peden (Can), 4th place.
  94. Pittsburgh Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 14-20, 1940 with Heinz Vopel (Ger), 3rd place.
  95. Washington Six-Day Bicycle Race, September 22-28, 1940, with Heinz Vopel (Ger), 2nd place.
  96. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 13-19, 1940, with Alfred Letourneur (Fra), 4th place.
  97. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 20-26, 1941, with Rene Cyr (Can), 3rd place.
  98. Montreal Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 12-18, 1941, with Cecil Yates (Usa), 2nd place.
  99. Milwaukee Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 2-8, 1942, with Cecil Yates (Usa), 1st place.
  100. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 25-31, 1942, with Alfred Letourneur (Fra), 4th place.
  101. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 8-13, 1942, with Cecil Yates (Usa), 3rd place.
  102. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, April 28—February 4, 1946, with Cesare Moretti Jr., 5th place.
  103. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 11-18, 1947, with Rene Cyr (Can), 6th place.
  104. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, December 7-13, 1947, with Alfred Letourneur (Fra), 5th place.
  105. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, February 26—March 2, 1948, with Michael Abt (Usa), DNF.
  106. Buffalo Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 5-11, 1948, with Henri Surbatis (Fra), DNF.
  107. Chicago Six-Day Bicycle Race, October 31—November 6, 1948, with Françoise, DNF.
  108. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, November 15-20, 1948, with Ted Smith (Usa), 8th place.
  109. Cleveland Six-Day Bicycle Race, January 5-11, 1949, with Andre Pousse (Fra), 5th place.
  110. New York Six-Day Bicycle Race, March 1-7, 1950, with Lacourse (Fra), DNF.

Jules Audy was 19 years old when he participated in an amateur six-day event at the Montreal Forum. He was noticed by Piet van Kempen and asked to act in the capacity of a trainer (support person) for the Dutch six-day star. The following year, 1931 he raced with Van Kempen and placed second in Montreal.

Six-day races by year:

1931: 2
1932: 13
1933: 9
1934: 13
1935: 15   (In a 12 week period between March-June Audy raced in 7 six-day races)
1936: 7
1937: 13
1938: 9
1939: 9
1940: 6
1941: 2
1942: 3
1943-1945  (WWII)
1946: 1
1947: 2
1948: 4
1949: 1
1950: 1

Fifty six years after Jules Audy of Montreal hung up his bike and retired as a professional six-day racer he is still ranked 37th on the All-time Historical Classification of Six-Day Racers (Jacq van Reijendam 2006, 6-Daagse Statistieken). This recognition of Audy’s racing prowess is a testament to the Canadian cycling racing scene in the 1930's where Canadian cyclists were some of the best in the world. For more than a decade Canadian six-day racers entertained the North American and European sports enthusiasts. Even today their expertise and racing skill is still prominent. In his professional career as a six-day racer Jules Audy competed in 107 professional six-day races placing first 14 times, second 17 times, third 14 times. When Jules Audy entered a six-day race, 42% of the time we could guarantee that he would be on the podium. He was 38 years old when he retired in 1950.

Six-day victories: 14 times
2nd place: 18 times
3rd place: 14 times
4th place: 16 times
5th place: 9 times
6th place: 6 times
7th place: 8 times
8th place: 5 times
9th place: once
DNF: 18 times