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The Wheelmen, a national bicycle club with chapters across different states, has sent an open letter to fellow California Wheelmen to encourage more participation with Jerry Grulkey as their California Wheelmen Captain.

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: 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”]

Wende Cragg astride her Breezer in the Winter.

Steve Fox from San Francisco's KPIX Evening Magazine interview Wende Cragg. Wende Cragg was one of the earliest mountain bikers, and the only female among the group. She is responsible for most of the photographs of Repack.

Wende Cragg wearing a blue hair bandana pushes her klunker with a leather saddle that looks to be Brooks. This photo was taken in Sierra Nevada.

From John Borzini: Photograph of Wende Cragg at the start line of the fourth Repack Race, November 13, 1976, with others in background. Cragg finished tenth in the race.

Wende Cragg is resting on her klunker looking far back at the camera. The other bike on the ground is presumably the photographer's. This was taken in Marin.

Three Breezers at cabin in Mineral King, southern Sierra Nevada, Sequoia National Forest (now in Sequoia National Park), California, end of September 1978. (by Joe Breeze)

Up in Pearl Pass (elevation 12,700 feet), during Third Annual (Second Actual) Crested Butte to Aspen Pearl Pass Klunker Tour, September 1978. Left to right is (bike in parenthesis): Wende Cragg, Fairfax, CA (Breezer); Neil Murdoch, Crested Butte, CO…
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