R. C. Woodworth
Robert Carlisle Woodworth October 1866 – 30 June 1904
R. C. Woodworth of Los Angeles is training for the races of May 30th and the league races of July 4th. Elwell Larzelere and Woodworth would make a great five-mile race.
The Bicycle. - The San Francisco Examiner, 11 Apr 1887
The Los Angeles Wheelmen are a very active and prosperous club and have felt the effect of the southern boom. It numbers among its members some of the most prosperous and influential business men of the city. Wheeling is decidedly popular in the city of the Angels. Great interest is felt in the approaching league meet at Santa Cruz, and the southern wheelmen will be largely represented. R. C. Woodworth, the champion of Southern California, is already in training, and his friends expect him to carry everything before him.
The Wheel. - San Francisco Chronicle, 02 May 1887
Woodworth, the Orange Grove champion, has been compelled to "lay off" for five days on account of horse races. It is said that he has strained the cords of his ankle while doing some hard work.