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Thousands of Fans Turn Out for Annual Motorcycle Hill-Climb at San Juan Capistrano.
PERKINS ROMPS TO THE SUMMIT; Wins Motorcycle Hill Climb at Capistrano; Most of the Riders Fall Down by the Wayside; Twenty Thousand Bugs Turn Out for the Ascent.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Apr 11, 1921
Start Page: I7
Pages: 1
Section: Sports
Abstract (Document Summary)

Dudley Perkins of San Francisco won the annual motorcycle hillclimbing contest held at San Juan Capistrano yesterday afternoon under the auspices of the Orange County Motorcycle Club. His best time for the 500-foot course, with a 70 per cent grade, was 16 4-5s. Perkins won the test last year.

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