Cycling Club Holds Meeting - San Francisco Examiner - May 25, 1943
Cycling Club Holds Meeting
Eighteen of the original four hundred members of the California Cycling Club held their annual dinner last week.
Sergt. Charles J. Birdsall, who entered the San Francisco Police Department forty-one years ago as a speed cycle policeman, acted as sergeant-at-arms. Birdsall's first beat was the Golden Gate panhandle to Ocean Beach.
The following members attended and can still cycle without any "A, B or C cards" and enjoy a run through Golden Gate Park once a month:
Robert A. Coulter, George Ohimus, Eddie L. Egelberg, Harry Mayo, Charles H. Brady, Charles J. Birdsall, Hugo Buttgenback, William H. Reid, Fred Hansen, Fred Striven, Albert Strei, Thomas H. White, A. McAdam, Albert Alcayaga, James Wall, Fred S. Nason and George Burnett.
The California Cycling Club was organized in the summer of 1890 with their headquarters at Twenty-second and Folsom Sts.