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  • ...a person can make a mile in much faster time on a home trainer than he can on terra firma. The machine for the Diamonds is being constructed by Messrs. C
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  • ...ables for the occasion, while the members see that sufficient eatables are on hand. ...H. Brophy, a well-known local actor, is a great favorite with the members on these occasions, and his contributions are always well received. Dr. Hill's
    834 bytes (128 words) - 14:39, 26 October 2021
  • ...then, started for the same place on the 6th, and will give the club points on his return. [[On Wheels. - Daily Alta California, Volume 40, Number 13412, 17 May 1886]]
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  • === On Wheels. === ...booming their part of the field day events that are to come off at Oakland on the 31st, and by dint of much exertion have made [[Frank D. Elwell|Elwell]]
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  • ...and R. A. Smyth. Of the wheels ridden forty three were "ordinary," or tall wheels, and ten were safeties. ...andis, of the Bay City Wheelmen, made a trip to the top of Mount Tamalpais on the 17th inst. The trip was pronounced the most enjoyable run of the season
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  • ...l relay race between the wheelmen of Carson and Reno, Nev.]], will be held on August 13. Each team has won a race and each is making special efforts to c ...dorf]], a well-known dealer of Los Angeles, has been in the city this week on a business trip.
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  • ...that in Cherryvale sports ground, South Belfast, and a patent was granted on 7 December 1888. Unknown to Dunlop another Scot, Robert William Thomson fro
    1 KB (168 words) - 15:18, 13 December 2021
  • ...f the mile novice had three starters. [Frank] Fuller cut out the pace, bụt on the seventh lap he was passed by [[Peter Metcalf|Metcalf]], who looked over [[FLYING WHEELS AROUND CURVES. - OPENING NIGHT OF THE TOURNAMENT AT THE MECHANICS PAVILION
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  • ...he turn was too sharp and the entire field usually fell. They lost no time on the ground, however, and were all mounted and off immediately. Woodman knew [[BAY CITY WHEELMEN, Well-Known Athletes Who Travel Around on Wheels. - The San Francisco Examiner, Oct 14, 1888]]
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  • ...t or ten inches. In most of those that have been seen in this city the two wheels have been pretty nearly equal, with a diameter of about two feet and four i ...arth by inclining to one side till the foot touches. In mounting with high wheels, a skilful practitioner starts his velocipede with a push, and springs into
    4 KB (649 words) - 04:05, 22 December 2021
  • ...es are in great demand, and on Sundays they could rent three times as many wheels as they now have. ...pedia.org/wiki/New_Almaden Almaden mines] next Saturday afternoon on their wheels. They will return Sunday afternoon.
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  • ...and R. A. Smyth. Of the wheels ridden forty three were "ordinary," or tall wheels, and ten were safeties.
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  • [[BAY CITY WHEELMEN, Well-Known Athletes Who Travel Around on Wheels. - The San Francisco Examiner, Oct 14, 1888]] ...ded to have a good idea of the respective merits of most all of the riders on the Coast, close contests should be the rule.
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  • ...capsized both riders, but inflicted no damage. Several photographers were on hand at Adams' Point, and took some excellent views of the cavalcade. The f ...002334# Map of Oakland, Alameda and Vicinity] by M. G. King, georeferenced on a modern map:''
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  • * 1896/02/06 [[WAR WAGED ON WHEELS. - Bicycles and Bicyclists in the Tight Clutches of the Law. - The San Fran === WAR WAGED ON WHEELS. ===
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  • ...fresh milk near the roadside whenever the club has a run beyond San Mateo. On a warm day it is easy to understand how acceptable their habit is and the s [[BAY CITY WHEELMEN, Well-Known Athletes Who Travel Around on Wheels. - The San Francisco Examiner, Oct 14, 1888]]
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  • ...he champions of their day reveled in stories of racing on ordinaries (high wheels), 'safeties', boxing, wrestling, fencing, rowing, swimming, gym work, track
    3 KB (510 words) - 15:49, 13 October 2021
  • ...d [[Albert A. Bouton|A. A. Bouton]] of Oakland took a trip to Mt. Hamilton on their bicycles a few days ago. They left Oakland Saturday at 2:15 P. M. and ...ht, and at 7:30 o'clock the next morning started for Mt. Hamilton on their wheels. A half hour's ride brought them to the junction.
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  • [[BAY CITY WHEELMEN, Well-Known Athletes Who Travel Around on Wheels. - The San Francisco Examiner, Oct 14, 1888]]
    1,002 bytes (144 words) - 03:41, 27 October 2021
  • ...dition, with the exception of the first ten miles, which were rather muddy on account of the fog.
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