Bicycle Notes. - The San Francisco Call - Jun 1, 1901

From Wooljersey

Bicycle Notes.

The annual 25-mile road race of the California Associated Cyclists, which was postponed last Sunday owing to rain, will be held on Sunday, June 9. The entries, prizes and officials will remain the same. It is expected that the roads will be in much better condition on this date than they were just prior to last Sunday, in which event fast time will be made.

The Bay City Wheelmen have held a run to Lake Pilarcitos, in San Mateo Country, annually for the last seventeen years, and will go there again to-morrow, under the leadership of Captain A. E. J. Nye. It will be a picnic run, the commissary department being in charge of Messrs. Day, Sheldon, Watters, Dodge and Stangenberger. The run will start from Golden Gate avenue and Polk street at 8:30 a. m.

The Bay City's midsummer jinks and smoker will be held a week from tonight, and will be on a par with other similar gatherings of the club, which are always interesting and well attended.

The employees of Leavitt & Bill will hold their annual run to Camp Taylor to-morrow, as guests of the firm. There will be about twenty on the ride, under the leadership of John Leavitt.