The Outing Road Club's run to Centerville was postponed last Sunday owing to the rain until May 12. To-morrow Captain Davis and some of the members will ride a century around the bay, leaving here at 4:30 A. M. The roads should be in excellent condition for the trip.
THE WHEELMEN. - The San Francisco Call, 04 May 1895
George Stamper has been elected president of the Outing Club, vice C. Shilling, resigned. Mr. Stamper is an old-time and popular wheelman, having been prominent in the Bay City Club in the palmy days of the "ordinary," He will make for the club a splendid executive officer. Bert Mayer of the Outings leaves to-day for the Blue Lakes, there to join Captain Davis, and together they will tour that region awheel. Sol Peiser of the same club made a century last Sunday.
THE WHEELMEN. - The San Francisco Call, 08 Jun 1895
The Outing Road Club has a picnic run to Haywards Park to-morrow leaving on the 8:30 A. M. boat. Each member is expected to provide himself with lunch. Captain Davis and Bert Mayer of this club returned from their Blue lake trip during the week. Captain Davis is now at Bolinas bay for a two weeks' vacation.
AMONG THE WHEELMEN - San Francisco Chronicle, 22 Jun 1895
The Outing Road Club's trip for to-morrow will be a picnic run to Haywards Park, leaving on the 8:15 A. M. narrow-gauge boat. Members are requested to bring their own luncheon. Bert Mayer of this club has just returned from his Lake County trip, and pronounces the roads in very good condition and the trip a very enjoyable one. Captain Davis is rusticating at Bolinas Bay until July 1.
THE WHEELMEN. - The San Francisco Call, 22 Jun 1895
The Outing Club will have to elect a new captain, as Fred Davis has resigned and will leave for the East next Monday night. Several have been mentioned for the vacancy, but no choice has been made. On September 15 the club will hold a five-mile handicap road race over the San Leandro course.