The Imperial Cycling Club announces its intention of holding a try-out to select a suitable team for the relay as soon as the roads will permit of riding. At present it is expected that the team will be made up from Messrs. Byrne, Barley, Hurst, Edwards brothers, Reynold, Jagelind, Conger and Cadenich.
AMONG THE WHEELMEN - Track to Be Used in the Tournament. - A Matter of Interest to Racers. - San Francisco Chronicle, 19 Jan 1895
Captain Catanich will lead the Imperial Cycling Club on a blind run to-morrow for which he promises some new features, but that old-time and popular feature established by years of precedent of a hearty well-prepared dinner at the end of ride will positively not be overlooked. The club's new quarters at 614 Van Ness avenue are very homelike and the club is adding new members at every meeting, H. C. Henning, W. J. Strange, A. Windt, P. Morrin, H. N. Sessions, E. Leglise, D. J. Williamson, F. A. Bidemann and F. J. Driscoll being the latest additions to the roll.
THE WHEELMEN. - The San Francisco Call, 21 Sep 1895
The following officials were in charge at the start and finish and in consequence everything at those points went off smoothly and without a hitch: Referee, Harlow H. White, president Associated Clubs; starter, John F. McGlynn, Olympic; clerk of course, Jules F. Hancock, Bay City; scorer, C. W. Prentiss, California; timers and judges - F. H. Kerrigan and George P. Wetmore, Bay City; Charles Albert Adams and H. D. Hadenfeldt, Olympic; J. J. B. Argenti, California; J. Catanich, Imperial; F. W. Sharp, Acme; W. E. Griffiths, Reliance; W. I. Pixley, San Francisco, and F. S. Hoyt, Alameda.
WELLS WON FOR THE BAY CITYS. - For the Second Time This Club Gets the Relay Cup. 100-mile relay race - The San Francisco Call, 13 Apr 1896