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1907 The Motor Cycle: Index

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  • A.A. and Motor Cyclists, 761, 885
  • A.G.C. and Conference Committees at Nottingham, 869
  • Accident at Maidstone, 780
  • Accumulator Jack, Peto and Radford, 179
  • — Management, 101
  • — or Magneto ? 381, 383, 431
  • — Terminals, 68
  • Adjustable Pulleys, by “ Ixion,” 440
  • Advance Motor Bicycles and Tricars, 249
  • — 9 h.p. Tricar, 863
  • Affiliation of Club Members, 113, 132
  • Agar’s Non-skid Device, 64, 109
  • Albert Brown Trophy Competition, 258
  • Albion Adjustable Pulley, 42
  • All-speed Gear Lightweight Machine, 1037
  • Anglian Two-speed Gear, 144
  • Application of the Gyroscope to Motor Bicycles, 430
  • Attention to a Motor Cycle, 528
  • Australian Motor Cyclists, Group of, 254
  • Austrian Lightweight Motor Cycle Trials, 353
  • — Post Office Sidecars, 838
  • Auto Cycle Club and the Union, 131
  • Auto Cycle Club Annual Hill-climb, 505, 714
  • - Meeting of Private Members, 212
  • — — — — Race Meeting, 652, 664
  • Council, Annual General Meeting, 265
  • Meeting at the Stanley Show, 924, 952
  • — Dinner, 71
  • - Fifth Quarterly Trials, 71, 91
  • — — — News, 49, 139, 495, 665
  • — — — Penalty Run, 305, 355, 769. 828
  • - Silencer Trials, 129, 139, 180-2, 219-20
  • - Six Days’ Trials, 411, 544, 651, 672, 687. 714-7, 724
  • - Sixth Quarterly Trials, 319
  • — The Future of the, 214
  • - Twenty-four Hours’ Run, London to Plymouth and back, 614
  • - Quarterly and Consumption Trials, 849
  • Automobile Handbook, 638
  • Auto-phaeton Sidecar (patent), 20
  • Basingstoke and District Motor Club, 92, 110, 254, 826, 1017
  • Battery v. Magneto, 300-1, 335, 365, 418, 438, 467, 634
  • Beaumont C.C. Race Meeting, 696
  • Beginner’s Experience, A. 976
  • Benton and Stone’s Filler and Cap and Petrol Filter, 39
  • Benzol as a Fuel, 869
  • Bercley Two-cylinder Vertical Engine (patent), 40
  • Beresford’s Motor Cycle Belt (patent), 936
  • Berlin Post Office and Motor Tricycles, 664
  • Bexhill Motor Cycle Races, 424
  • Birmingham Motor Cycle Club, 3, 130, 380, 710
  • Birmingham Motor Show. 72
  • Blackburn and Kent’s Two-speed Gear (patent), 936
  • Bohemian M.C. Race Meeting, 377
  • Bradbury 4.5 h.p. Tricar, 155
  • Bradford Motor Cycle Club. 150, 170, 555, 730, 787
  • Brandt’s Variable Gear (patent), 278
  • Brightwell's Air Deflectors (patent), 40
  • Brittany, In, with a Motor Cycle and Camera, 469, 485
  • Broadway and Croft Two-cycle Motor Attachment, 83
  • Brooklands on a Motor Cycle, To, 563
  • — Racing Track, 387-9, 522
  • Brooks’s Pan Seat, 202
  • — Spring Seat, 870
  • Brown and Barlow Carburetter, 801
  • Brown 1907 Motor Bicycles, 163
  • Building of the “ Trike,” .158-9.
  • Butt-ended Tubes, 26
  • By Mountain, Glen, and Loch, 927, 938, 965
  • Central Technical College M.C., 495
  • Chain Drive, 48, 84, 95, 112, 127, 133, 152-3, 172-3, 215
  • Change Speed Gears, 13-14
  • Chater Lea Variable Pulley, 943
  • Cheddar and Back, To, 285
  • — Gorge (illustration), 484
  • Cheltenham and District M.C.C., 170, 412
  • Chester as a Centre for Motor Cycling, 227
  • Christmas Wishes from Editor and Staff (full page illustration). 1027
  • Circuit des Ardennes, 576, 611 Club Competitions, 468
  • Coil in the Making, 530, 550
  • Colvile, The Fatal Accident to Sir Henry, 968
  • Conference of Motor Cyclists at Lincoln, . 750, 769, 777
  • Continental Pacing Motors, 986
  • — Tour on Motor Bicycles, by Arthur Candler (illustrated), 23, 43/ 61. 81
  • Cook’s Silencer (patent), 462
  • Cordingley’s Show, 292
  • Cost of Running a Light Tricar, 178-9
  • - 31h.p. Motor Bicycle, 214, TT , 274, 541, 557
  • Lpkeep, 6n6-7
  • Coventry Motor Club Annual Dinner, 41
  • - - - Gymkhana, 476
  • — News, 49, 231, 539, 573, 787
  • - Open Hill-climb at Newham, ZA 594
  • - 100 Miles Reliability Trial, 650, 670, 696, 712
  • Crank Case Relief Valves, 790
  • Craven Automatic Carburetter, 247, 295
  • Cripples Use for a Motor Cycle (illustration)
  • Crying Need. A, by “ Ixion ” 164
  • Crystal Palace Motor Show 107 124
  • C.T.C. Foreign Handbook, 245 ’
  • Cubical Capacity Table, 267
  • Curtiss and his Eight-cylindered Motor bicycle, 119
  • Daily Press again, 502
  • Dauphine, A Suggested Motor Cycle Tour to, by E. Douglas Fawcett, 99, 120
  • David’s Patent Belt-tensioning Device (patent), 638
  • Day in Three Counties, A, 881
  • Deaf Riders, 74
  • De Dion Plug, 791
  • Deposit in Cylinders, 50 % Road Dust, 305
  • Dickenson’s Silencer, 200
  • Does an Air-cooled Engine Overheat ? 836
  • Doughty Geared Starting Handle, 126
  • — Pedal and Clutch Mechanism (patent), 20
  • Druid Spring Fork (patent), 156
  • Dry Battery Ignition. 675
  • Dublin Motor Show, 33
  • DuCros Challenge Trophy, 231
  • Dundee and District M.C.C., 110
  • Dunedin M.C.C. (Edinburgh), 436, 696
  • Durham and District M.C.C., 539, 827
  • — Important Meeting at, 596
  • Dustless Road at Zurich, 60
  • — Roads, 450
  • Early British Motor Cycle, 720
  • East Lancashire Motor Cycle Club. 3, 211, 399, 412
  • Economy in Petrol Consumption, by J. Van Hooydonk, 354, 374
  • Edinburgh Motor Show, 144
  • Edinburgh to John-o’-Groat’s Motor Cycle Record, 817
  • Edinburgh Waverley M.C., 150, 170
  • Electrical Timing Device, 600
  • — Vulcaniser, An, 739
  • Electric Ignition, by A. Alex. Moodie, 301, 321
  • Elleham Motor Bicycle, 903
  • Epp’s Silencer, 182
  • Essex Motor Club. 130, 170, 211, 728
  • - Open Hill-climb. 397
  • - Photograph of Members, 931 ,
  • - Race Meeting, 574
  • - 200 Miles Non-stop Run, 517
  • Experiences with a Powerful Tricar, 367
  • - Petrol and Paraffin mixtures, 1038
  • Extraordinary Incident, An, 250
  • Eysink Motor Bicycle, 101
  • Favourite Sidecar, 552
  • Fleck Free-engine Clutch (patent), 238
  • Florida Beach Races, U.S.A., 119
  • F. N. l.75 h.p. Lightweight, 468 '
  • Forgham’s Mudflap (patent), 834
  • Frome’s Hill-climb, 380
  • Fry’s Detachable Secondary Frame, 395
  • Fuller’s Midget Coil, 658
  • Gear and Speed Diagram, 892
  • Gillett-Lehmann Carburetter, 752
  • Glasgow Motor Cycle Club. 434. 749, 786
  • Glasgow Motor Show, 109
  • Gliderette, The Motor Cycle, 1023
  • Goldfields A.C. Consumption Test (Western Australia), 909
  • Goldschmidth’s M.C. Horn and Lamp
  • Goodchild's Convertible Tricycle. 1006
  • Goodyear Mechanical Fastening for Tyres. 125
  • Great North Road. Past and Present. 361-3
  • Griffon Motor Cycles, 605
  • Griffin Two-speed Gear, 631, 678
  • Grouvelh Arquembourg, and Joret Carburetter(patent), 422
  • Gyroscope, The Action of the, 527
  • — to Motor Bicycles, The Application of the. 72
  • Haigh variable Pulley, 942
  • Hamps re, Touring Recollections around, 208
  • Handy passenger Motor Cycle, 603
  • Hare’s Backrest (patent), 338
  • Harris Rear Spring-frame Attachment. 42
  • Hartlepool and District Motor Cycle Club, 110, 150
  • Herkoiuer Motor Cycle Events, 516
  • Hertfordshire County A.C., 1 50
  • - Hill-climb, 310
  • Highest Inn by Motor Cycle, To the, 883
  • — Public-house in England, 487
  • Hill-climbing. 529
  • Hints and Tips for Motor Cyclists, by ” Road Rider,” 757-8, 782', 822, 842, 874, 908, 922, 988. 1010, 1024
  • Honeymoon on a Motor Cycle and Sidecar, 426
  • Hooded Van Danger, 203
  • Hotchkiss Silencer, 218
  • House. Up-to-date Motor Cycle, 880
  • How Accidents are Exaggerated. 502
  • How a Motor Bicycle is Made, 342
  • — Distinguish Positive from Negative Poles, 19
  • — — Reach the Grand Prix Course, 376
  • — — Test Coil Consumption, 18
  • — — Tune up a 3.5 h.p. Minerva, 8
  • H1 ’1 Auto Cycle Club, 554, 611. 625, 650. 749. 787, 848, 865, 930
  • H inable and Prentis Anti-vibratory Head, 462
  • Hunt’s Switch, 419
  • Hydraulically-pressed Steel Pistons, 721
  • Indian Motor Bicycle (illustration of transmission), 5
  • - - — Reliability Trials, 129
  • Inn Sign, A Remarkable, 1007
  • Insurance of Motor Cyclists, 46
  • Interchangeability of Tyres, 409
  • Inter-club Meet at Richmond, Yorks, 280-1
  • Jack-no-skid 1908 Model, 1000 .A.P. Carburetter, 979
  • — Engines for 1907, 31
  • Johannesburg to Pretoria and Back, 909
  • — — — Record, 608
  • Johnson’s, Motor Bicycle for Rider Standing (patent), 78
  • K.D. Lightweight Motor Bicycle, 562
  • Kerry-Abingdon Two-speed Bicycle. 338
  • Kinderman’s Two-cylinder Vertical Engine (patent), 40
  • LEADERETTES—
  • Our Fifth Year—A Resume of Last Year’s Competitions, 1-3
  • The 1907 Competitions—Hill-climbing Competitions — Other Competitions, 21-2
  • A Colonial Grievance, 41-2
  • Handicaps or Formula*, 59
  • Lubrication, 60
  • The Auto Cycle Club and the Union. 79-80
  • The Organisation of Motor Cyclists, 117
  • The Future of the A.C.C.— Hill-climbing Competitions, 158
  • The T.T. Motor Cycle Race, 177
  • Motor Cycle Taxation—The Organisation of Motor Cyclists, 197
  • Our Fourth Birthday—Roadside Courtesies, 239
  • Motor Cycle and Car Driving—The Advantages of a Variable Gear, 261
  • Tourist Trophy Regulations—The Recent Holiday, 279
  • London to Edinburgh Ride— Withdrawals from the T.T. Race, 408 Reliability, 423
  • Club Competitions'— Cyclists’ Touring Club Wrangle, 483-4
  • Next Year’s T.T. Race—Rushing Hills, 503-4
  • Protection r. Free Mud, 561
  • Proposed A.C,C. Reform, 645-6
  • A Travesty of Justice, 659-60
  • A.C.C. Six Days’ Reliability Trials — Some Mechanical Notes, 701-2
  • What Happens on the Line — Club Contests, 719
  • The Organisation of Motor Cyclists, 737 A.C.C. Hill-climb, 738
  • The Stanley Show, 835
  • The Silent Motor Bicycle, 855
  • Motor Cycle Competitions, a Suggestion, 875 1908 Tendencies, 937
  • Stanley Show and Motor Cycles— How to Help the A.C.U., 963-4
  • A.C.U. and Scottish Motor Cyclists — The 1908 T.T., 983-4 .
  • Cyclists and Motor Horns— Hill-climbs Vetoed, 1003
  • Law and the Motor Cycle, 815-6, 882
  • Lea’s Repair of Cracked Cylinder, 278
  • Leeds to Edinburgh and Back in Twenty-four Hours, 516, 538
  • Leeds Motor Cycle Club, 41. 110, 124, 170-2, 396, 494, 496, 887
  • Leeds to London and back in Twenty-four Hours, 611, 658
  • Leicester’s Automatic Motor Horn, 98
  • Leicestershire M.C.C., 975
  • Lewisham Automobile Club, 31
  • - Riverhill Climb, 69, 149, 169, 170, 188
  • Light and Efficient Tricar, A., 681
  • Lightweight Machines at the Stanley, 1021-2
  • Lincolnshire Motor Cycle Club, 150, 284, 436, 476, 555, 607, 671
  • Liverpool Motor Club, 71, 92, 515
  • - Show, 90
  • Lloyd Motor Bicycle, 3.5 h.p., 733
  • Local Expert, 632
  • London to Edinburgh and Back in the Schulte Cup Competition, 425
  • Long Eaton and District M.C.C., 768 Looking Back, 394
  • Lowen Sidecar, 951
  • Lubrication of Air-cooled Motors, 67, 133, 257. 328 by “ Economy,” 118
  • Lundberg’s Pivot Combination for Charging Accumulators, 27
  • Lycett v. Webb Match, 714
  • Magnet Disc Clutch, 455
  • Magneto Ignition, 221, 314
  • — Mystery, by Mrs. Edward Kennard, 622
  • — Tip, An Unpublished, 741
  • Magneto’s Grumble, 268
  • Management of Accumulators, by L. M. Waterhouse, 104
  • Manchester Motor Club, 31, 71, 254, 628, 718 Show, 109, 130
  • Middlesbrough and District M.C.C., 110, 931
  • Military Motor Cyclist, 830
  • Minerva, How to Tune up a 31 h.p., 8
  • Model Motor Bicycle, 112
  • Moncrieff Automatic Carburetter (patent), 156
  • Mont Cenis Hill-climb, 739
  • Moore’s Valve Attachment, (patent), 176
  • Motor and the Motorman, The (poetry), 12
  • — Bicycling for Ladies, 679-80
  • — Construction Co.’s Engine, 8
  • — Cycle Camping, 523-4
  • - Control, 244
  • — — The, in Business Journeys, 46-7
  • — -— Union of Ireland, 130, 150, 190, 212, 291. 331, 358, 435, 515, 537, 555, 610, 748, 769
  • Motor Cycling Club Annual General Meeting, 72
  • London to Edinburgh Run, 400 Sup. May 22nd, 1907, 475
  • Members’ Consumption Trial, 868 Hill-climb, 454
  • News, 110, 130. 150, 610, 826
  • - Open Hill-climb at Sharpenhoe, 329, 358
  • — — Variable Speed Test, 670, 788
  • Motor Cycling Club Sixth Annual Dinner.
  • " cam Competition, 555, 593, 612 ~
  • — the London to Edinburgh 1906 Gold Medals, 27
  • in Australia, 578
  • Notes from Central Africa, 11
  • — — with a Camera, 350
  • MOTOR CYCLISTS I HAVE MET, by an old hand—
  • No. I.—The Repairer, 138
  • No. II.—The Novice, 165
  • No. III.—The Maker, 184
  • No. IV.—The — — 206
  • No. V.—The Trade Rider, 225
  • in Warfare, 202-3
  • Moto-Reve Lightweight Motor Bicycle, 419, 878
  • Motor Union Fuels Committee, 126
  • Motosacoche Magneto Transmission, 1033
  • — Motor Bicycle, 88, 145
  • Munich Speed and Hill-climbing Trials, 488
  • Muratti Trophy Reliability Trials, 654, 675
  • Nala Two-speed Hub Gear, 56
  • Newcastle and District Motor Cycle Club, 109, 170, 370, 413, 554, 573, 595, 611, 651
  • — Motor Club, 92, 1017
  • — to Edinburgh and Back Reliability Run, 536
  • Neuchateloise Automobiles Valve Mechanism (patent), 936
  • Norman Gear (patent), 40
  • North-west London M.C.C., 170 N.S.U., A Trial Run on a, 194
  • Number of Motor Cycles Registered, 604
  • OCCASIONAL COMMENTS, by “ ”—
  • Corroded Terminals—More H v.. Uc* Speed—Study the Sound ot the Engine 4
  • Deaf Riders—Winter Outfit—The Clutch Makes or Mars—The Key, 30 Saddle Position and Side-slip—An Interesting Club Evening—Extras, 52 A Curious Design—The A.C.C. and
  • Country Riders, 66
  • 24in. Wheels — Detaching De Dion Cylinders — Novices and Engine Noises, 85
  • Deaf Riders—Lubrication—Symptoms of Seizing, 103
  • The Motor Cycle Tourist Trophy Race —Are the Rules Sound ? 123
  • Chain Drive as I find it—A Vital Point —Comparative Efficiency of Chain and Belt, 147
  • Two-speed Gears—Legitimate Noise— The Real Danger of Chain Drive, 167 Belts, Twins, and Sidecars—Hard Lines —Chain Protectors—Governors on Tricars. 183
  • About Adjustable Pulleys—Are Motor Bicycles Overgeared ?—The Correct Gear for Hill-climbing, 201
  • Carburetter Adjustments—The Gillett-
  • Lehmann Controller, 224
  • The Affiliation Question—Magneto Contacts—Sprocket Bolts on Tricars, 246 Two-speed Gear or Clutch—Spring Forks on Twins—Nail Catchers— External Band Brakes, 266
  • Magneto r. Accumulator—A Carburetter
  • Difficulty—Carrying Toolbags, 287 Ragged Rails at Level Crossings—An interesting Conversion—Tyre Repairs, 304 The Light Tricar—Standardisation of
  • Tyre Valves—Elastes, 326
  • Riders’ Weights—Changing Gear on Tricars—When to Race the Engine, 341 Tricar Clutches—Brains at Work—Contact Breaker Adjustments, 371
  • A Curious Experience—The Sequel —
  • Adjustable Pulleys, 391
  • Adjustable Pulleys—Perished Washers —Rose or Single Jet, 410
  • My Curious Experience—The Real Solution—What I Overlooked, 428
  • The Daily News gets its own back—Two- piece Valves—Tuning up, 451 Short-lived Tyres—Iris Diaphragms, 47' Opening of Automatic Inlet Valves — Pedalling Gear in the Tourist Trophy Race—The Puzzling Case, 489 A Hint for Grinding Valves—How C Avoid Lamp Troubles — Repairing Jointed Tubes, 509
  • Restarting on Hills—Wanted, a Test 11 ill and Fresh Programmes, 526
  • A Tip for Acetylene Lamps Itained-out Magnetos—A Point for Club Secretaries, 548
  • The Castor Wheel Sidecar—Tyres and Rounding Corners—Brooklands, 571
  • Armoured Treads and Security Bolts— To Steady a Tricycle, 591
  • Extra Air for Twin-cylinders—An Extra Power Fake —The Explanation, 606
  • Where to Carry Generators—Failure to Answer the Throttle — Bow-legged Stands, 623
  • Overhauling Tyres for a Tour—Broken Petrol Union—Exhaust Lifters on Twin - cylinder Machines — Tricar Clutches* 644
  • Crank Case Compression Release—Easy Starting with a Magneto—Various Types of Sidecar—Cast-iron Headed Valves—Rims and Covers, 663
  • A Novel Pulley Gear—“ All Spares in Stock,” 684
  • Power and Hill-climbing—Extra Power — Carrying Generators — Carrying Tools on a Tricar, 703
  • Watertight Joints—A.C.C. Trial and Tyres—Tricar Silencers, 725
  • A Puzzling Case — Some Triumph Queries, 747
  • Holt-White Expanding Pulley—Right Belt for Adjustable Pulleys, 765
  • Another New Cylinder Query—A Possible Cause—Loss of Power after 15,000 Miles, 783
  • The Twin-cylinder Puzzles—A New Point about Piston Rings—Petrol Evaporation, 823
  • A Convenient Throttle—Two More Refractory Twin-cylinders—Handle-bar Control, 843
  • Mr. \\>J>fird Keyed Magneto Sprockets —\ . ofr piston Rings—Short-circuiting Sparking Plugs, 862
  • An Extraordinary Experience—Its True Cause, 877
  • Motor Cycles and Trouble—Adjusting Twin-cylinder Ignition, 923
  • Twins Overheating on Low Gear—Refractory Twin-cylinders, 940
  • Adjusting Twin-cylinder Ignition—The Boom in Sidecars, 967
  • The Keynote of the Stanley—A Neat Invention—Smart Accessories, 985
  • Overheating—Knocking — Filling with Petrol, 1005
  • A Twin-cylinder Puzzle—The T.T. Race, 1033
  • O’Callaghan’s Belt-fastener, 419
  • Odds and Ends, by ” Ailette,” 64, 80
  • — Silencers, by ” Ailette,” 97
  • O’Gorman’s Pocketbook. 218
  • Olympia Show Items, 897
  • On Tour with New Mounts, 282
  • Oppermann’s Two-speed Gear (patent), 78
  • Organisation of Motor Cyclists, 256, 275, 313, 365. 384. 641, 660, 671. 681. 697, 733, 750, 753, 769, 777, 827. 888, 896, 1004
  • Otto Two-speed Gear, 508
  • Overheating. Points on, 1008-9
  • Ovus Tricycle, 320
  • Oxygen in Carburetters, 169
  • Paris Salon. Motor Cycles at the, 913-6
  • Passenger Machines at the Stanley, 1006
  • — Motor Cycles at the Stanley, by B. H. Davies, 5
  • Pebble Hill Surveyed, 882
  • Peel (illustrations in and about), 449
  • Pekin to Paris Tom-, the Contal Tricar, 327
  • Petrol Supply, Our, 102
  • Phanomen Motor Bicycles, 370
  • Phelon and Moore 1907 Model Bicycle, 162
  • — — — Two-speed Gear, 630
  • Phoenix Motor Bicycle for Lord Tollelk inache, 136
  • Piccadilly Relic in the Country, 529
  • Piston Valve Mechanism, 892
  • Piton’s Spring Frame (patent), 238
  • Plea for Outside Flywheels, 1000, 1016
  • Porlock Hill Succumbs to a Motor Cycle, 529
  • Portmarnock Speed Trials, 358, 658
  • Power in Hill-climbing, by A. J. Nevill, 587
  • Practical Hints, 166
  • Preparing for the Summer Tour, 497
  • Price’s Motor Cycle Stand, 125
  • Prim Motor Bicycle, 721
  • Progress! or Twenty Years Ago, 7-8
  • Proposed Auto Cycle Club Union, by G. E. Vint, 932
  • Protection v. Free Mud. 876, 901
  • Purley and District M.C.C., 868, 887. 907
  • Puzzling Case, A, 4
  • Pyrenees, an Ideal Touring Ground, by Dr. Hugh McManus, 601, 620, 645, 661
  • Quadrant 3.5 h.p. Motor Bicycle, 744
  • Quaint Inn Sign, 765
  • Question of Unattached Riders, 907
  • Radbourne and Griffin’s Revolving Inflator (patent), 482
  • Raleighette, Experiences with a 3.5 h.p.,681
  • Reflections on Goggles, 508
  • Registration and Licensing Laws, 27
  • Repairing Punctures at Night, 249
  • Rex Lightweight Model, 761
  • — Litette, 296 ,
  • Ricardo’s Two-stroke Engine (patent), 406
  • Rich Detachable Air Tube, 502
  • Richmond and District M.C.C., 514
  • Riding Hints, 250, 280
  • Riley 9 h.p. Four-wheeler, 86
  • — Tricar Towing a Sleigh, 22
  • Roc Clutch (patent), 834
  • — Machines for Hon. Leopold Canning, 493
  • - Two-speed Geared Hub, 528
  • Gear (patent), 1002
  • Rochet-Bruneau Tricar (illustration), 10
  • Roeder Sidecarriage (patent), 20
  • R.O.M. Contact Breaker, 549
  • Royal Automobile Club, 212
  • Ruppe’s Cooling Fan (patent), 618
  • Rushworth Brothers Motor Bicycle, 101
  • Saladin’s Handle-bar (patent), 502
  • Scott’s Non-skid Attachment (patent), 156
  • Sharpe’s Puncture-proof Band, 761
  • Seized ! 1025
  • Service Co.’s Motor Cycle Show, 162
  • Shamrock M.C.C. (Belfast), 538, 826
  • Sheffield and Hallamshire Motor Cycle Club, 90, 732, 768, 826, 997
  • Sidecar Suggestions and Hints, 893-6, 962, 982, 1014. 1039
  • — Trials in Austria, 466
  • Sidwell’s Motor Cycle Belt, 56
  • Silver Motor Bicycle, 396
  • Simpson’s Spring Suspension (patent), 176
  • Singer Tricar for the Egyptian Government, 223
  • Single-geared Motor Bicycles at the Stanley, 989
  • Slaughter’s Two-speed Gear, 631
  • Southend and District M.C.C., 514
  • Southern Motor Club, 253, 357, 711, 787, 1017
  • Sparking Plug Experiments, 125
  • Specific Gravity of Petrol, 17
  • Speed Limits in Scotland, 665
  • Springing Devices, 194
  • Stanley Show, Description of Motor Cycles and Accessories, 941, 969
  • - Forecast of Exhibits, 898, 917 —? — Plans of Hall, 920-1
  • Stone, Rose, and Stewart Operating Lever (patent), 1002
  • Strenuous Week-end, 791
  • Studnolme’s Spring Seat (patent), 406
  • Sunderland and District M.C.C., 110, 150, 170, 1017
  • Sur la Route, by “ Bougie,” 134, 232, 306, 544:
  • Sutton Bank, by B. H. Davies, 463
  • - Conquered, 580
  • More about, 584
  • Swindon Auto Cycle Club, 826
  • Synchronised Ignition, 887
  • Synchronising the Sparks, 549
  • Tasmanian Motor Cycle Record
  • Taxation, Motor Cycle, 325
  • Terrisse Spring Fork, 482
  • Theory of Silencing, 142
  • Thirty-five Miles per Hour up 1
  • Tips for Magneto Users, 624
  • Touring Recollections (full page illustrations), 307, 1013
  • Tourist Trophy Race, 408, Report Sup May 29th, 432, 443, 479, 482, 501. 504, 5120, 557
  • - for Motor Cycles, 35. 54 ’
  • - — (correspondence), 113
  • - Map of Course, 272 ,
  • — News, 220, 291. 299, 358, 390
  • — Prizes, 149 Rules, 139
  • — Suggestions for the, 988
  • - Triumph, 461
  • Tour on a Light Tricar, 198-200 '
  • — to Dauphine. A Suggested. 99,
  • Train r. Motor Cycle, by “ Ixion,” 674
  • Tricar, A Four-cylinder, 1009
  • — The, a Difference of Opinion, 841
  • Triumph Exhaust Valve Extractor, 4 > >2
  • — 3.5 h.p. Motor Bicycle, Weights ot P: trts, 35
  • Two-cycle Motor Attachment, Broad way and Croft, 83
  • Two-speed Gears and Free-engine Clutches, 763, 832. 1 181
  • Tyre Repairs by Vulcanising, 863
  • Union, Proposed New’, 775-6
  • — The Necessity for an Auto Cycle, 8-48
  • Valvoline Oil, 482
  • “ Variable Gears for Motor Bicycles,” a Paper read by Mr. J. Van Hooydonk before members of the A.C.U., 1031;
  • — Speed Pulley, 857
  • Veulle Carburetter, 7 77
  • Victorian Motor Cycle Race, 854
  • Vienna Exhibition, Motor Cycles at the 27 1
  • Village Sensation, by Clarence Ponting. S •
  • Vindec Light Touring Motor Bicycle, 241*
  • — Adjustable Pulley, 870
  • Vuia Aeroplane, 207
  • Walsoe’s Spring Handle-bar, 462
  • Walthamstow M.C.. 1018
  • Wanderings in High Places, by E. Douglas Fawcett, 759, 778, 818, 839, 859
  • Wansbeck M.C.C., 711
  • Wanted ! 1026
  • Warwick Picturesque Views of, 351
  • Webb and Taylor’s Thorn-catcher (patent), 422
  • Week-end on a big Tricar, 339-41
  • West Essex A.C., 130. 170, 610, 848
  • Caused the Knocking, 29
  • Winter Mudguarding, 38-9 '
  • Winter’s Spin, A, 134
  • Woodward’s Anti-vibratory Handle-bar.218
  • Word to the Waverers, A, 28

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