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  • Accident at the Velodrome Buffalo, 1907
  • Acetylene Gas as a Propelling Force, Experiments with, by A. J. McKinney, 1644
  • Across France with a Bicycle Coupler, 1891
  • Air-cooled Engines, Some Experiences, by ‘Ailette’, I 11 1
  • Athene, The Late Dan, 1985
  • American Motor Cyclists Road Race, 1707
  • Amperage taken by (kills, 1597
  • Andrews, J. T., Novel Motor Bicycle, 1888
  • Anglian Gear, A Trial of the, 1995
  • - Light. Tricar. 2080
  • - Two-speed Motor Bicycle, 1889
  • Archdeacon's Aero-motocyclette, 1846
  • Armadale Friction Drive. 1890
  • - Tricar, 1319, 1371
  • Atlas Two-speed Gear. 1983
  • Austrian Four-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 1141
  • - Lightweight Trials, 1346. 1503
  • - Military Authorities. Sidecars for Telephone Work, 2062
  • - Motor Cycle Events in 1906. 1145
  • - Postal Service. Motor Cycles in the. 1824
  • Autobiographies of Prominent Motor Cyclists. Past and Present. 1908
  • Autoeclipse Lamp. 1686
  • Auto Cycle Club. Annual General Meeting. 1352
  • - Race Meeting, 1861
  • - Birdlip Hill-climb, 1704, 1742, ISOS. 1S25. 1S36
  • - Dinner. 1182
  • - Land’s End to John-o'-Groat's Trial, Hints from Record Breakers, with Contour Sections, 113S. 1159, 1185
  • - News. i :
  • - Open Hill-climb .HaslemereL 1373. 1505. 1518
  • - Particulars of the Roads, 1510
  • - Penalty Run. 1879
  • - Quarterly Passenger and Consumption Trials, 1945. 1962. 1967. 1970
  • - Trials. 1142. 1187. 1197. 1452. 1685
  • - Suggestions in Letters to Editor. 1151. 1170. 1172
  • - 1907 Programme. 2108
  • Auto-phaeton. W. Lowen and Co. 1367
  • Auxiliary Exhaust Ports
  • Baines Auto Attachment
  • Balancing V-Type Motor Cycle Engines
  • Barne's Continental racing Experiences
  • [[G. A. Barnes|Barne's, G. A.
  • Battery of Magneto at will
  • Bell's Starting Handle and Tyre Pump
  • Berlin Show, Motor Cycles at the
  • Berlin to Paris n a Motor Cycle
  • Beyer Variable Speed Pulley
  • Bicycle Coupler, Across France with

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  • Bond’s Air-cooled Engine, 1536
  • Bourne-Dale Switch, 1729
  • Boylan’s Silencer (patent), 1954
  • British and Continental Motor Cycle Records, 1168
  • Brooks's New Saddle, 1474
  • Brown and Barlow Automatic Carburetter, 1290
  • — Twin-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 1896
  • Bruce Spring Fork (patent), 2136
  • Bury St. Edmunds Motor Cycle Racing, 1430
  • Butikofer Motor Wheel, 1756
  • Butt-ended Air Tubes, 1989
  • Buyers' Guide, 1906, Motor Bicycles, 1398- 1400
  • Passenger Motor Cycles, 1414
  • Buying Second-hand Motor Cycles, 1294-5
  • Cambridge Motor Cycle Sports. 1741
  • Campbell’s Gearless Sparking Plug, 1931
  • Camping by Motor Cycle, 1621
  • Candy’s Belt. 1346
  • Canning Town Racing, 1424-6
  • Cardiff Motor Club. 1429, 14S4, 1688
  • Case of Two-speed Gears. 1724, 1737
  • Central Technical College Hill-climb, 1590
  • Centrifugal Action on Driving Belts, The Effect of. 2107
  • Change Speed Gears. 1713. 1729. 1732, 1750. 1773. 1785. 1791-2. 1S00, 1810, 1901, 1989
  • — and Water-cooling, 1785
  • Chapman and Co.’s Pulley, with Detachable Grooves, 1156
  • Chater-Lea Three-speed Gear, 1371
  • — Spring Fork. 2136
  • Cheapest Vehicle on the Road, 1710
  • Christmas Elopement. A. by B H. Davies, 1122
  • C.I.E. Tricar. 1447
  • Circular Rims from Principal Towns. 1625, 1672
  • — Tour in France. 1854. 1869
  • Clarendon 3 h.p. Motor Bicycle. 1817
  • Climbing Cudham. 1339
  • Contact Points of Ignition Apparatus. 2125
  • Cordingley's Motor Show. 1375
  • Cost of Motor Cycling. 1554
  • County Chemical Co.’s Mandrel for Air Tubes. 1129
  • Coventry Motor Club. 1374. 1389. 1650. 1882
  • Open Hill-climb at Newnham, 1702
  • — to London and Back. 2916
  • Crowsley’s Home-made Tricar. 1174
  • Crystal Palace Shew. Motor Cycles and Accessories. 12?5. 1221-5
  • Cylinder Capacity for Path Racers. J3M9 1401. 1418
  • Davison's Petrol and Oil Gauges
  • Day in the Peak District
  • Day's Trip on a Sidecar
  • Dene two-speed Bicycle
  • Dennell three-cylinder Motor Bicycle
  • Design of the Motor Bicycle
  • Diagram, Horse Power
  • Does a Magneto give more Power
  • Dotherboys Hall, a Pilgrimage to
  • Dourdan Speed Trials
  • Druid Spring Fork
  • Dunedin M.C.C. (Edinburgh)
  • Dunhill's Tricar Headlight
  • Dunkopp, A Good Ride On
  • Early Tricar Design, 1820
  • Easter Tour in the Orange River Colony, Edinburgh Show, 1218 818, 1838
  • Efficiency of Power Transmission by V Belt, 2066-9, 2086-8
  • Eighteen Hundred Miles in a Fortnight, by B. H. Davies, 1646, 1669
  • — Months’ Tricar Experiences, 1128
  • Eisemann Magneto Queries, 1404
  • Electrical Charging and Repair Station, 1396
  • Emergency Two-speed Gear, 1815
  • End-to-end Motor Cycle Record, 1289
  • Engine Position, Inclined v. Vertical, 1348
  • Enjoyable Holiday, An, 1942, 1958 -
  • Essex Motor Club, 1242, 1358, 1390, 1449, 1459-61, 1506, 1650
  • — Race Meeting, 1680, 1900, 1948, 2004
  • Exhaust Valves, The Care of, by B. H. Davies, 1955-6. 2008, 2034, 2078
  • Experiences, Some Motor Cycle, 1771
  • — with a Rex, 1524
  • — Twin-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 1617
  • — Change Speed Gears, 1860
  • — Three Twin-cylinder Machines, 1284
  • Fafnir Two-speed Gear, 1293
  • "Fairy" Motor Bicycle, 1225
  • — Experiences with the, 1804
  • Fit-all Two-speed Gear, 2010
  • Five Summer Days, 1702
  • Fleetwing Spring Frame Motor Bicycle, 1721
  • Formula, Hill-climbing, for Motor
  • For Sale (poetry by F D 89), 1968
  • Four-cyclinder motor Bicycle, Lamb's
  • France and Switzerland on a motor Bicycle by Gilbert Spicer
  • — the International Cup Race, 1217
  • Franklin and Isaacson’s Four-cylinder Engine. 1611
  • French Reliability Trial organised by "Le Matin", 1764, 1799
  • — Voiturette and Tricar Trial, 1364
  • Friction Drive. 1896
  • Gaillon Hill-climb, 1 " ? -
  • Gamage's Lamps. 171'
  • G.B. Motor Bicycle, Experiences, with the,
  • G. B. Motors. 2924
  • Godiva Sparking Plug, .
  • Gear-driven Tricar.
  • Genn's 12 h.p. Runabout 2673
  • Giuppone at Provence riris. - ' * > *
  • Glasgow Motor Cycle Club. 1374. 1744. 1616, i$4*
  • Globe of Life
  • German Motor Cycle Consumption Trial
  • Gunn's Rear springs for Tricar

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LEADERETTES—

  • Year’s Motor Cycling—The A.C.C. end-to-end Run—Our Suggestion— ^Entries, 1119-21
  • e Auxiliary Motor Bicycle, 1137 mds for the Internatioial Cup, 1177 be British Eliminating Tlials—Another Idea, 1215
  • Definition Wanted—Londe Kdin-
  • Mrgh and Back, 1229-30
  • Tourist Trophy Race—Th A c c ]nd-to-end Run, 1236 ining Ground—Reliability— n Tm. jrovement Competition, 1273
  • The Motor Cycle ” Improvemen coln. petition—Frame Height—The of Tricars, 1311 ower
  • . ir Third Birthday — Inconsidvqfp I Motor Cyclists, 1347 iate
  • I Hint, 1387
  • 'pernicious Practice, 1423
  • Vne out of Fashion ?—Remunera^ ’rices—The Latest Statistics, 147^
  • Flexibility—Silencers, 1517
  • The M.C.C. Team Competition, 1577
  • Motor Cycles Registered, 1679
  • Change Speed Gears—The M.C.C. Team Competition, 1699
  • Motor Volunteer Corps, 1757
  • Standard Touring Machines—Plain v Trembler Coils, 1834
  • Scare Headlines, 1851
  • A Motor Cycle Tourist Trophy, 1887
  • A Word to the Waverers, 1935 The Stanley Show—Tendencies for 1907, 2015
  • Motor Cycle Classification—The Awakening—The 1907 Reliability Trial, 2038
  • Future Prospects—The Pedal -assisted Motor Bicycle, 2062
  • The Motor Cycle T.T. Race, 2081
  • Motor Cycle Racing, 2118
  • Leechman’s Two-speed Motor Cycle Gear, 1533
  • Leeds Motor Cycle Club, 1164, 1237, 1280, 1374, 1389, 1413, 1484, 1507, 1526, 1591, 1629, 1641, 1650, 1688, 1708, 1786. 1844, 2004
  • — to London and Back Record, 1787, 1824
  • L’Entente Cordiale, 1304
  • Lewisham Automobile Club, 1184, 1237, 1253, 1358
  • Lewis and Vincent Patent Swing Crank, 1756
  • Lightweight Motor Bicycle. 1727
  • Lincolnshire Motor Cycle Club, 1828, 1899, 2004, 2101
  • Liverpool Motor Club, 1204, 1225, 1389, 1464, 1627, 1769, 1948
  • Liverpool Motor Show, 1263
  • Liverpool v. Manchester, 1769
  • London to Edinburgh 24 Hours’ Run, 1455
  • — Entries, 1524, 1557
  • Londonderry on a Light Tricar, 1782, 1797
  • Longuemare Carburetter (1907), 1949
  • Looking Back, by Anode, 1961
  • — Forward, by Anode, 2124
  • Luggage Question, The, 1619
  • Lurquin-Coudert Tricar, 1944
  • Lycett Belt (patent), 1678
  • Mabon Two-speed Gear, 1823
  • Magneto Ignition, An Interesting Lecture on, 1325
  • — — on Tricars, 1508
  • Mallett’s Variable Gear (patent), 1954
  • Manchester Motor and Cycle Show, 1263
  • — Club. 1220, 1374, 1389. 1413, 1483, 1487, 1610, 1709, 1948
  • Marconi Coil, 1896
  • Martin, Harry, Breaks Record, 1845
  • Matchless Lady’s Motor Bicycle, 1337
  • Merington Speed-reducing Pulley, 1272, 1709
  • Middlesbrough and District M.C.C., 2071
  • Midget Bicar. 1379
  • Midlands. From the, to the North Sea, 1936
  • Millington and Everett’s Valve Grinder, 2112
  • Modern Tricar, The, 1200
  • Mont Ventoux Hill-climb, 1835, 1846, 1852, 1858
  • Motor Accidents, 1428
  • Motor-assisted Bicycle, The. 1565
  • — with Variable Speed Gear, 1416
  • Motor Cycle Attachments for Ladies, 1173
  • — Camping, by F. Horsfield, 1621,
  • — Manufacture, 1682
  • — — Union of Ireland, 1209, 1390, 1412, 1527, 1591, 1628, 1650, 1668, 1708, 1731. 1747, 1807. 1828, 1864. 1887
  • — Volunteers, 1st C.B. King’s Royal
  • — for Medical Men, 1308
  • — in Medical Practice, 1180
  • — The Yeomanry, 1204
  • - Cycling Club Annual Dinner, 1165, 2108
  • — General Meeting, 1179
  • - Consumption Trial, 1881 Easter Tour. 1430. 1441-2
  • — Extraordinary General Meeting, 1466
  • — Hill-climb, 1485-7
  • — News, 1390, 1628, 1667, 1786, 1921, 2071
  • — Passenger Trials, 1843
  • — Team Competition. 1701, 1788
  • — 200 Miles Trial for Reeves Cup, 1731
  • Motor Cycling in India, 1362
  • — South Africa, 1157, 1171, 1178
  • — Tasmania, 1356
  • — the Isle of Man, 1275
  • — Items of Interest, by A. C. Pemberton, 1326, 1334, 1433, 1512
  • — Cyclist, A, at the Court of King Arthur (illustrated), 1146, 1166, 1188, 1207, 1226, 1244, 1264
  • — Cyclists’ Reply to the Daily Press, 1169
  • — Mileage Map, 1641
  • — Union and Legislation, 2118
  • Mudguarding Tricars, 1190
  • Multi-cylinder Engines for Motor Cycles, 1302, 1344, 1359
  • Muratti Trophy Trials, 1696
  • Music Hall Turn, 2006
  • My First Bad Spill, by Mrs. E. Kennard, 2119
  • Motor Tour, 1296
  • — 1,000 Miles Holiday Tour, 1231, 1249
  • Newcastle and District Motor Cycle Club, 1430, 1442, 1545, 1708, 1731, 1761, 1845, 2091
  • — M.C., 1649
  • — Motor Show, 1266
  • — to Edinburgh Reliability Trial, 1747
  • New Hudson Quick Tyre Repair, 1678
  • — York M.C.C. Hill-climb, 1596
  • Non-skids for Motor Cycles, 1354
  • North London M.C.C., 1650

NOTES FOR NOVICES—

  • Inserting New Piston Rings—Clean the/ Piston Ring Grooves, 1155
  • How to Calculate Horse-power and Cylinder Capacity, 1331
  • Calculating the Gear, 1417
  • The Care of Tyres—Beware of Rim Rust—Dealing with a Burst Tyre— Removing an old Patch—Overheating, 1716-7
  • Weak Accumulator—Corroded Terminals—Short Circuits—Flooding Carburetter, 1755
  • The Causes of Misfiring, 1856
  • Novelty Co.’s Tank Float, 1395
  • Novice’s Cruise to Cornwall, 1381
  • N.S.U. Two-speed Gear, 1744, 1878
  • Numbers of Motor Cycles Registered,! 692-3
  • Olympia Show, 2000
  • — Interesting Accessories at, 2028
  • Oppermann Otto Two-speed Hub Gear, 1152
  • Otto Hub Gear, 1996
  • Outpost Duty with the Yeomanry, 1260
  • Overheating, by Ixion, 1420
  • — on Hills, 1588
  • — with Twin-cylinder Engine, 1614

OCCASIONAL COMMENTS, by Ixion

  • The End-to-end Ride—Why the Men are asked to do so much—Blair Atholl to Inverness—The Oppermann Gear, 1125
  • Porlock Hill—Cycle v. Car—Adapters for Single-plug Engines, 1149
  • The Classical Record Routes—Maintaining Power—How Machines Vary, 1162
  • Belt Drive for High-powered Cycles 1195
  • The M.C.C. Fiasco—Overheating—An Elusive Valve Trouble, 1202
  • Overheating, 1218
  • Spoiling the Edinburgh Run—The Reliable Magneto—Tyres for Light Tricars, 1262
  • Tricar Rear Wheels—Chain Drive for Motor Cycles—The Cost of the End- to-end Run, 1278
  • The Motor Bicycle of the Future — Another Case of Overheating — The Edinburgh Run, 1301
  • London to Edinburgh—The End-to-end Ride—Why Silencers don’t Silence,' 1320
  • The Light Tricar—Handle Starting for Tricars. 1337
  • A Mysterious Case of Pre-ignition—The Schulte Cup—The Low Power Lightweight Question, 1380
  • Overheating—Is the Idea T' —Different Bran q
  • Alight have been
  • Social Run—Alot (1 ears— T w o - sp ee d Starting Twin-evl
  • Stands, 1482
  • A Vulcanising Plant for Id.—A Magneto Trouble—By Tricar to the North Pole, 1504
  • Motor Cycle Stands—Hill-climbing on the Eiid-to-end Tour, 1523
  • The Cost of Fitting a Two-speed Gear— The Advantages of a Gear - A New Method of Driving a Fan, 155 1
  • Position of Carburetters—Low Gear Ratios—The Schulte Cup, 1570
  • Penzance, June 10th — T 31 —*- The Schulte Cup, 1592
  • Motor Bicycle Brakes—Motor Bicycle Stands—Roadside Makeshifts—Two- speed Gears on Motor Bicycles, lbbb
  • Indispensable Spanners — Tuning up Twin-cylinder Engines—Tyres, 1689
  • An Interesting Comparison, 1705 Hill-climbing Competitions—The Tyre Bogey Dead, 1734
  • How Efficiency is Procured—Petrol Unions—Standardisation, 1745
  • Free Engine v. Two-speed Gear—Tricars of To-day—Flexible Tubing for Hooters, 1765
  • The Phoenix Gear—A Novel Plug Switch —A New Type of Brake for Motor Cycles. 1779
  • Four-cylinder Quads and Tricars—Ugly Conversions—Possibilities of Friction Drive, 1802
  • Overhauling a Tricar—A Baffling Magneto Trouble—Fixed Air Supply, 1817
  • Tricar Silencers—A Substitute for a Variable Gear—Handle Starting with Magneto Ignition. 1853
  • A Faulty Magneto—Useless Throttles— Emergency Two-speed Gears, 1874
  • Saddle Position and Side-slip—Cheap Passenger Motor (Cycles — Change Speed Gears and Belt Drive, 1895
  • Counterfeit Oils—A Lubrication Difficulty—-Light or Heavy Footrests, 1932
  • Can Cylinders be Cast too Light ?—Not Actually too Light, 1939
  • Spring Forks and Side-slip—Handle Starting and Magnetos — Enclosed Valve Mechanism, 1957
  • Hill-climbing Competitions, 1981
  • A Case for the Motor Union—Dying away on the Low Gear—Short-lived Compression—Tricar Bodies, 1997
  • Separately Detachable Cylinders—Clay and Sutton Banks — Four-cylinder Tricars, 2025
  • Valve Springs—Two-speed Gears—The Schulte Cup—Carborundum, 2038
  • Jottings at the Stanley—Two-speed Gears - An Apology — Open-framed Bicycles—Spring Frames, 2076
  • The Resuscitation of the Light Tricar— Motor Cycle Brac-a-brac, 2082
  • Separately Detachable Cylinders—Tricar Silencers—More Haste, Less Speed— Lightweight Motor Bicycles, 2113
  • Separately Detachable Cylinders—Slowing Down on the Valve Lifter—Power for Sidecar Work—Amateur Trials 2126
  • Paris Show Forecast, 2069 M<>t or Cycles at the, 210 2
  • Path Racing, Motor Cycle, 2082
  • Payne’s Motor Tricycle Tandem, 1820
  • Perils of the Road, 1728
  • Peterborough and Counties M.C. 1746
  • Phoenix Motor Cycles, 1787
  • — Quadcar,. Four-cylinder, 1880 (illustration), 1241, 1876
  • — with Child Carrier, 1686
  • — in Holland, 1984, 1991
  • — Steering (patent), 1954
  • Picturesque Surrey Village, 1333
  • Pitting of Exhaust Valve, 1697
  • Platinum Contacts. 1654
  • Plea for Water-cooling, 1811
  • Poona-Kolhapur Motor Cycle Trials 1354
  • Portable Accumulators Glass Sparking Plug. 1654 &
  • Portnrarnock Beach Motor Cycle Racing,
  • Powell Two-speed Gear, 1718
  • Practical Combination, A, f
  • Pratt’s Expansion Silencer, 173 J
  • Prim Motor Bicycle, 1944
  • Progress Twin-cylinder Engine, 1316
  • Provence Meeting (illus.), 190o
  • Putney Bridge Traffic, 1683
  • Quadricycle, Suggested Design for a, 1210
  • Radio Silencer, 147a
  • Record Ride, G. A. Barnes Breaks Record from 28 Miles to 1 Hour, 146a
  • Refilling Oil Tins, 1643
  • Reflections on the Birdlip Hill-climb, 187o
  • Reminiscence of the A.C.C. Land’s End to John-o’-Groat’s Trials (Pictorial Sup.), July 2nd, 1906
  • Remnant Spring Frame Tricar, 1196
  • Renouf’s Tandem Motor Bicycle, 1982
  • Report of the Royal Commission on Motor Cars, 1701
  • Responsibilities of Dog Owners, 1634
  • Rexette 1907 Pattern. 1878
  • Rex Cantilever Seat, 1974
  • — Four-cylinder Airette. 1358, 1438
  • — Twin Tyre, 1534
  • — Patent Variable Belt Gear, 1346
  • Reading M.C.C., 1358
  • Richmond Motor Cycle Club, 1688, 1844, 1899, 1921
  • Ricksha, A Trial of the Motor, 1944
  • Riley and Payne’s Patent Anti-vibrator, 1618
  • Riley New Pattern Four-wheeler, 1964
  • Riley Tricar, 6 and 9 h.p., 1907 model, 1691
  • - 5 h.p., 1907 model, 1717
  • Rivierre Two-speed Hub, 1156
  • Roadside Makeshifts, by Marcus W. Bourdon, 1632, 1639, 1659. 1967
  • — Repairs, 1758
  • Robinet Quadcar, 1973, 2123
  • Robson’s Belt Fastener, 2135
  • Roc Improvements, 1453
  • Rushworth’s Patent Cylinder Head, 1196
  • Sames, The late J. G.
  • Sanchis Runabout
  • - Quadricycle
  • Sayner non-skid chains
  • Schulte Challenge Cup
  • Schringer's two-speed Gear (patent)
  • Semmering Hill Climb
  • Sheffield and Hallamshire Motor Cycle Club, 1298, 1429, 1667, 1730, 1779, 1807, 1844, 2101
  • Singer 1906 Tricar, 1187
  • - Tricar for the Desert, 1726
  • Single-geared Motor Bicycles at the Stanley, by B. H. Davies, 2063
  • Skegness Motor Cycle Races, 1828
  • Smith’s Motor Cycle Stand, 1199
  • South British Trading Co.’s Belt 1179
  • South Herts A.C., 1590
  • South West Ham Rovers C. and M.C., 1610
  • Southend and District M.C., 2004 2071
  • Southern Motor Club, 1388, 1464 ’
  • - Open Hill-climb, 1405-7, 1649,
  • Stanley Show, 2002, 2017, 2043, 2055’ 2070
  • Stokes and Suckling’s Engine (patent),
  • Strata Motor Cycle Belt, 2088
  • Stratford-on-Avon Gymkhana, 1787
  • Stubbs’s New Design of Frame, 1803
  • Studholme’s Spring Sadlle Support
  • Suffolk M.C.C., 2004
  • Sunderland and District Motor Cycle Club,
  • Surface Carburetters, 1616484’ 1649, 1730
  • Switch for Accumulator and Magneto Ignition
  • Taylor’s Tricar, 1488
  • Ten Years After, 197a, 1981
  • “Theory and Practice of Lubrication” Paper Read by Mr. J. W. G. Brock before the Auto Cycle Club,
  • Thomas’s, Rene, Benefit, 2006, 2040, 2
  • Tooley Clutch, 1380 (
  • Tour, A Motor Cycle in France
  • — de France Reliability Trials, 1338, 1 1527, 1547, la
  • — on the Continent, 1431-2, 1472-3, 14
  • Tourist Trophy for Motor Cycles,
  • Tricar Body Work, by G. D. Leechman
  • — to the Far North West, By, 1998, 202
  • Trip through France, A, 1529, 1546 Triumph Spring Fork, 1290
  • Twenty-five Thousand Miles for £46 6s. 7* 1 i
  • Twin-cylinder Engines, Lubrication a
  • - Position, 1238, 1256, 1268, 1286
  • - Useful Hints, 2014
  • Two-speed Gears, Some Further Notes (21
  • “Une Minute” Tyre Repair Buttons, 14
  • Upton Magna (illustration), 1890
  • Uxbridge to Banbury and Back, 1216-7
  • Valve Setting, 1288
  • Variable Geared Bicycles at the Stanley by B. H. Davies, 2092
  • — Gears for Conversions, 2099
  • Vienna Exhibition, 1445
  • Vindec Two-speed Hub Gear, 2012
  • Visit to Cambridge, 1706
  • V-Type Twin-cylinder Engine (illus.), It
  • Warwick, Misleading Signs at, 1971
  • Westerham Hill-climb (Organised Lewisham A.C.), 1661
  • West Essex A. Club, 1358, 1688, 1828, 1<
  • Wheels and Tyres, by John Okill, 17
  • White’s Patent for Visible Spark, 1618
  • Wilton’s Motor Cycle Belt, 1379
  • Wiring for Duplicate Ignitions on Tricars
  • - Magneto and Accumulator and C
  • With the Times, by a Lady Motor Cy
  • Wolf Motor Bicycle, 1739
  • Wolseley Patent Automatic Inlet V<
  • Woodruffe’s Tricar, 1556
  • Woolwich, Plum stead, and District A
  • World’s Distance Record, 36.500 Mile a Year, De Finney’s V$jj>her, 141
  • - Starting, De Finney’s Record.
  • - Ride, 1443
  • Wright’s Footrests, 1475
  • ’Xmas Wishes, The Editor’s (full pa illustration) 2121
  • Yarmouth and District Motor Cycle Club 1430 10
  • Zenith Bicar Front Hub, 1283
  • - 1907 Pattern, 2012

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