At a meeting of the League of New Zealand Wheelmen at Christchurch on Wednesday arrangements were made for the visit of several delegates to Dunedin to-day to lay before the Southern clubs the advantages to be gained by joining the League. A meeting of the Cycle Show Relay Committee decided to write to the various clubs between the Bluff and Christchurch asking i-hom to undertake the different stagep. The distance is about 400 miles, and it is expected to be covered in twenty-four hours, in stages under twenty miles, two cyclists to ride together in each stage. A message will leave the Bluff at three o'clock on Friday afternoon, so as to reach Christchurch at tho same time on Saturday. The Railway Cycling Club held their first club run on Saturday. About twenty-five members attended, and made their destination the mineral springs at North Taieri. The day was an ideal one for cycling, and the roads being in good order after the recent rain a moat enjoyable afternoon was Hpent. The run next Saturday has been arranged for Outram via Allanton, returning via Mosgiel.
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CYCLING., Evening Star, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897
CYCLING. Evening Star, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897
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