Observer, Volume 9, Issue 531, 23 February 1889, Page 13
—Bugler Glerlhill (X.C) was the only officer at" the Bicycle Club run on Saturday.
— Owing to the bicycle race at Potter's Paddock on Saturday, there will be no club run.
— Conrie says he has given up cycling for stcidy ; take care, Joe., all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy !
— The weekly runs of the Bicycle Club were resumed on Saturday, but owing to counter attractions the run was not vr-ry well attended. The wheelmen proceeded to the L-.;ke and had a good time.
—The committee for the Garter's Annual Picnic have put a three-mile handicap bicycle race into their programme on Saturday next, and as there are three good prizes (trophies;, there should be no lack of entries.
— Best (the Christchurch. 'cyclist) has been doing some tall talk about his hoop-spinning 1 . Why" does he not enter fcr some of those races open to all amateurs, and show the local men that he is as good as his name ?
— The following are the probable starters for the 25 Miles Bicycle Championship of New- Zealand, to be run on Tuesday 9th April, viz : — J. A. Stewart, A. G. Clarke, A, G-. Buchanan, A. Howard, P. Purchas, J. Selby, J. C-J. Lecky, H. Hill, and probably one or two Southern men.
— The Rowing Association have made a wise step in inserting three wheel events in their programme of sports to be hold at North Shore on March 23rd. The events referred to are, One Mile Maiden Eoadster, One Mile Handicap, and Three Mile Handicap, and should bring out good fields — especially the Maiden.