Cyclists of San Jose

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Place

San Jose, CA

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Members

Oswald Granicher, secretary-treasurer of the California Division, League of American Wheelmen, and friends, members of the new club, the Cyclists of San Jose, went over on the 8 o'clock boat to Tiburon, there taking the train to San Rafael. They intended to wheel from San Rafael to Santa Rosa.

There ought to be plenty of room in San Jose for two clubs. Its perfectly level, smooth roads certainly offer every inducement for a man to become a "bicycle rider."

The Wheelmen. - San Francisco Chronicle, 27 Apr 1891

Granicher, Schroeder and Hensill of the Cyclists, San Jose, rode from San Jose to Santa Cruz yesterday, via Hotel de Redwood and Soquel. They made the trip in seven hours.

The wheelmen. - Cyclists of San Jose - San Francisco Chronicle, 08 Jun 1891

At that time he was a member of the Garden City Wheelmen, which was started in 1886. This club combined with the San Jose Cyclers and formed the Garden City Cyclers.

A LOS ANGELES WHEELMAN. - Fox Will Represent Southern California at the Fair Races. - The San Francisco Examiner, 28 Apr 1894

At that time he was a member of the Garden City Wheelmen, organized in 1886. This club combined with the San Jose Cyclers and formed the Garden City Cyclers.

NEARING A MILE A MINUTE. - The San Francisco Examiner, 11 Feb 1895