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[https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/LZGX-VZY John Edgar Wing 31 July 1878 – 25 January 1963]
=== Clubs ===
=== Clubs ===
* [[Olympic Club Wheelmen]]
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[[WELLS WON FOR THE BAY CITYS. - For the Second Time This Club Gets the Relay Cup. 100-mile relay race - The San Francisco Call, 13 Apr 1896]]
[[WELLS WON FOR THE BAY CITYS. - For the Second Time This Club Gets the Relay Cup. 100-mile relay race - The San Francisco Call, 13 Apr 1896]]
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The Capital City Wheelmen of Sacramento have arranged their programme of events for their annual meet on July 4. The gathering will commence Saturday evening, July 2, with the regular monthly meeting of the board of officers of the C. A. C. C., after which there will be a high jinks and banquet in their honor. Sunday following will be given over to tours to various points of interest in the vicinity of Sacramento. There will be a parade Monday morning and the races will be held in the afternoon on the famous three-lap board track. The events will include a one-mile novice, the mile State championship, one-half mile handicap, and a five-mile paced match between [[John Wing|J. E. Wing]] of the Olympic Club and some rider not yet selected. Efforts are being made to get Furman of Los Angeles as his opponent.
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[[PICNIC RUNS ARE NOW THE CYCLERS' PASTIME - The San Francisco Call, 11 Jun 1898]]
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Latest revision as of 04:22, 18 February 2022


John Edgar Wing 31 July 1878 – 25 January 1963

Clubs


FOURTH RELAY.
Position
at
finish.
Rider. Club. Time. Actual
Riding
Time.
1 A. N. Jones Olympic 10:49:10 27:21
2 J. E. Lawrence Garden C 10:21:49 25:06
3 G. H. Crafts Acme 10:50:20 26:36
4 H. E. McCrea Bay City 10:50:22 28:28
5 John Wing San Jose 10:52:35 27:51
6 J. W. Harvey California 10:53:03 27:48
7 N. Ackerman San Fran 10:54:35 28:42
8 C. R. Griffiths Reliance 10:55:00 28:45
9 E. C. Barley Imperial 10:55:02 28:47
10 E. M. Whalley Alameda 10:59:45 28:00
Fastest time - 1894, 27:50; 1895, 26:59.

WELLS WON FOR THE BAY CITYS. - For the Second Time This Club Gets the Relay Cup. 100-mile relay race - The San Francisco Call, 13 Apr 1896

The Capital City Wheelmen of Sacramento have arranged their programme of events for their annual meet on July 4. The gathering will commence Saturday evening, July 2, with the regular monthly meeting of the board of officers of the C. A. C. C., after which there will be a high jinks and banquet in their honor. Sunday following will be given over to tours to various points of interest in the vicinity of Sacramento. There will be a parade Monday morning and the races will be held in the afternoon on the famous three-lap board track. The events will include a one-mile novice, the mile State championship, one-half mile handicap, and a five-mile paced match between J. E. Wing of the Olympic Club and some rider not yet selected. Efforts are being made to get Furman of Los Angeles as his opponent.

PICNIC RUNS ARE NOW THE CYCLERS' PASTIME - The San Francisco Call, 11 Jun 1898

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