Photograph, Wyndham Cyclists 1900; Jones and Clark; 1900-1910; WY.0000.63


Photograph, Wyndham Cyclists 1900

About this object

This group of men and women, in their Sunday best outfits, make ready to embark on an excursion. With the use of motor cars in its infancy the most common mode of transport was still the horse. But with leisure time pursuits becoming more popular and the advancement of bicycle design in the 1880s, the bicycle was gaining greater popularity and particularly with women.

Although women-only cycling clubs were beginning to be formed by the late 1890s this was also a time when such activities were seen by some sections of society as challenging and as such they would often find it necessary to ride in the company of men for fear of being abused.

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Wyndham


Jones and Clark

Maker Role


Date Made


Inscription and Marks

Handwritten on reverse in black ink;J Geary 1900, McGlinceys (from 1932), Shop with gable-window, Film B3.
Added in pencil: 'WY.0000.63'


h 300 mm x w 200 mm



Object Type


Subject and Association Keywords

Sport and Leisure

Medium and Materials

organic, processed materials, paper
organic, processed materials, paper, cardboard

Object number


Copyright Licence  

Public Domain Public Domain

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