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Wende Cragg/Rolling Dinosaur Archive


This collection of photographs was taken with the camera of Wende Cragg. Cragg took the majority of the photographs in this collection. Cragg was one of the first off-road riders in Marin. She happened to take up photography as a hobby at the same time that she began off-road riding. Because of this happy coincidence and the fact that she always brought her camera with her on rides, we have this photographic evidence today.

Wende Cragg and Rolling Dinosaur Archive reserve the rights for all materials in this collection. Questions about reproducing, distributing, or otherwise using the materials here should be directed to the site administrator, Sarah McCullough (smcc at ucdavis dot edu), who will route the inquires to the collection owner.


Wende Cragg
Larry Cragg

Items in the Wende Cragg/Rolling Dinosaur Archive Collection

By Joe Breeze: Wende Cragg holding two Breezers on a rare snowy day on Mt. Tamalpais, Early 1979. On Railroad Grade at Ridgecrest Blvd. Note the “No Bikes” sign. Railroad Grade was closed to bikes from 1979 to ?? [Orig. “FEB 79P9, #12”]

From Joe Breeze: On Pine Mtn. Truck Road looking towards Pine Mountain Saddle. In foreground are, left to right: Vince Carlton, Charlie Kelly, Alan Bonds, ??, Jim Sterns, Howie Hammerman. Photo by Wende Cragg.

By Joe Breeze: Wende Cragg posing on her mid-‘40s rams-head Schwinn near ridgetop above Forest Knolls. Looking back at Pine Mountain. Credit Wende Cragg.

By Joe Breeze: About a dozen riders (including Joe Breeze on far left) rest at ridgetop above Forest Knolls, Appetite Seminar, Thanksgiving 1978? Photo by Wende Cragg.

From Joe Breeze: Gary Fisher and Fred Wolf working on bikes on the trail. Fisher’s back is to the camera. Circa 1976. Photo by Wende Cragg. (Dupe only?) [Orig. “APR 77P5, #37]

Printed in: Bike (Ger.), 6/95, p. 68