Alameda Bicycle Club

From Wooljersey


Alameda, CA



A meeting of the many young men interested in the formation of a bicycle club was held at the residence of F. G. White, on San Jose avenue, last Wednesday evening. A permanent organization was effected and the name adopted was the Alameda Bicycle Club. The election of officers was then proceeded with, the following being the result: President F. G. White; Captain, J. F. Ives; Lieutenants; H. K. Potter and [[W. O. Bird][; Secretary, Treasurer and Bugler, W. A. Clark.

Alameda Daily Evening Encinal, January 10, 1890

The Alameda Bicycle club was organized in this city last Wednesday night and the following officers were elected: F. G. White, president; J. F. Ives, captain; H. K. Porter and W. O. Bird, lieutenants; V. A. Clark, secretary and treasurer and bugler.

San Francisco Chronicle, 10 Jan 1890

Three members of the Alameda Bicycle Club, John Morsant, H. K. Potter and Harry Williams, enjoyed a run this afternoon to Piedmont. They went by way of Oakland and returned by way of East Oakland. The run was mado in about two hours.

The San Francisco Examiner, 24 Mar 1890