Golden City Wheelmen
North Beach, San Francisco, CA
"The club's emblem is a twelve-pointed pinwheel, one point to represent each Charter member, which are alternately colored in royal blue and gold, the club colors."
- Leon Bordenave
- Frank Burris
- S. Domeniconi
- George Edelman
- John Lacoste
- D. Wessenberg
- Louis Young
- George D. Ziele
The Golden City Wheelmen were organized at North Beach Friday evening, May 10, with twelve charter members, who elected the following officers: President, George D. Ziele; vice-president, Leon Bordenave; secretary, George Edelman; treasurer, S. Domeniconi; counsel, D. Wessenberg: sergeant-at-arms, John Lacoste; captain, Frank Burris; first lieutenant, Louis Young; second lieutenant, G. Edelman.
The club's emblem is a twelve-pointed pinwheel, one point to represent each Charter member, which are alternately colored in royal blue and gold, the club colors. Unattached riders, especially those resident at North Beach, are invited to join the club, and should address G. Edelman, 818 Lombard street.
LATE CYCLING ITEMS. - Royal Cycling Club Elects Officers. - Golden City Wheelmen Organize. - The San Francisco Call, 18 May 1895
GOLDEN CITY WHEELMEN WILL RUN TO WOODSIDE.
Twenty members of the Golden City Wheelmen will journey down to Fox's Farm, at Woodside, five miles from Redwood City on the morning of Washington's birthday. This is the first big club run of the season and the bike riders look forward to the event with much pleasure and enthusiasm. The first run to the farm, held three years ago, was so successful that it has been made an annual event with the Golden City boys. The riders are due to leave the city at 8 o'clock and expect to arrive at the farm about 11:30, where delicious luncheon will await them.