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  • About the Engine, 188.
  • Across France on Motorcycles, 162.
  • Accumulators, 103, 255, 314, 350, 411.
  • Advantages of Motor Bicycle, 170.
  • Agricultural Motor, 410.
  • Air Ship, An English, 233.
  • Air Ship, Santos Dumont’s, 147.
  • Alcohol Trials, 252.
  • Alcohol : Found a Success, 348..
  • Aluminium, 269.
  • American Bicycles, 167, 226, 245, 262, 276, 296, 323,380. •; .
  • America's First Motorcycle Club, 268.
  • American Speed Trials, 316, 331.
  • Autpmobile Battie of Flowers, 329.

AUTOMOBILE CLUB.

  • Advisory Committee and Motorcycles, 117, 425.
  • Bexhill Meeting, 201, 214, 246, 24.7, 330, 394, 39^, « 405.
  • Big Trial. 201, 331.
  • Club Engineer, A, 298.
  • Dashwood, 227, 230, 245, 246.
  • Doings, 395.
  • Show, 112, 127, 144, 164, 179, 184, 197, 203;
  • Automobile Club, Manchester, see Motor Clubs.
  • Baker Automobile, 331.
  • Bands for Tyres, 90.
  • Banquet to Messrs. Edge and Napier, 407.
  • Beginners Only, For, 102, 340.
  • Belt Adjustment, 187.
  • Belt Dressing, 85, 74.
  • Belt Driving, 81.
  • Belt Fastener, Calvert’s, 161.
  • Belt, Increasing the Efficiency of, 229.
  • Belt, Tip About the, 244.
  • Belt, Troubles of, 188, 238, 254.
  • Benzol, .412.
  • Bexhill Trials, 201, 214, .246) 247, 330. 394» 39^. 405-
  • Bord Motor-bicycle, 394.
  • Books on Motors, 206.
  • Brake Horse Power, 97.
  • Building a Motor, 139.
  • Can Motors Drink? 117. ‘ >,
  • Canoe, Engine for, 352.
  • Carburetters, 270, 314.
  • Carburetter, Blake’s, 221.
  • Calvert’s Belt Fastener, 161.
  • Carburetters, Flooded, 215, 236.
  • Carburetters, Spray, r68, 226.
  • Carburetters, Spray and Surface, 184*
  • Catalytic Ignition Plug, 90. •
  • Charging from Alternating Current, 124, 173.
  • Chat About Motor Bicycles, 60.
  • Chat, Motor Tricycle, 209.
  • Chronograph and Speed Indicator, 151.
  • Circuit des Ardennes, 394, 4*422.
  • Clement Garrard Bicycle, 10, 213, 250, 310, 304,
  • Competitions, Motor Bicycle, see Motor Bicycle
  • Competitions.
  • Compression, 320. 335.
  • Construction, Problems of, 418.
  • Consumption Trial near Paris, 11.
  • Continental Shows, 93.
  • Converting Motorbicycle into Tandem, 396,
  • Conversion of Ordinary Cycles, 170, 222. 238.
  • Crank Chamber Overheating, 352.
  • Cromer on Motor Bicycles, 165.
  • Crossed Belts Efficiency, 210.
  • Croissant Ignition,-221.
  • C.T.C. and Motor Bicycling, 18.
  • C.T.C., Motor Section, 30.
  • Crystal Palace Motor Show, 15, 33.
  • Crystal Palace Show Awards, 36.
  • Crystal Palace Trials, 119, 162, 163, 184. 364.
  • Curious Experience, A, 264.
  • Cugnot's Motorcar, 317.
  • Cycle Engineers’ Institute, 10, 13.
  • Dashwood Hill Trials, 227, 230, 245, 246;: 255, 300.
  • Debut of a British Car, 177.
  • De Dion Contact Breakers, To adjust, 410.
  • De Dion Motor Bicycle, 147.
  • Delights of Motor Cycling, 4.
  • Derby Motor Bicycle, 206,.
  • Details, Electrical, see Electrical Details.
  • Deutsch, M., Accident to, 428.
  • Dogs, 157.
  • Drain Taps, 163, 157.
  • Dry Batteries, 155. .
  • Dublin Motor Cycling Club, 94.
  • Dust, To Keep Down,. 268.
  • Duties, 426^
  • Early History, Motorcycles, 106.
  • Easter Trade, 93.
  • Edison’s Battery : Feats Equalled in England, 332.
  • Edison^ New Battery* 282.
  • Editorial, see Opinion.
  • Electric and Petrol Combined System, 332.
  • Electrical Details of Motor Bicycle, 6, 41, 138, 238.
  • Electric Ignition, Magnetic System, see Magnetic System.
  • Electrical Ignition Parts, Care of, 350.
  • Electric Motor Bicycle, 163, 185.
  • Electrical Question, An, 225.
  • Emery for Grinding Valves, 195.
  • Engines for Boats', 188.
  • Engine Position, see Position of Engine. ‘ -
  • Engine, The Motor, 40, 74. ‘ i
  • Engine, Unique Position for, ^05. :
  • English Mechanic Bicycle, 187.
  • English Motor Club, 94.
  • Excelsior, The, Illustrated and Described, 166.
  • Exhaust, The, 206.
  • Explosions in .Cylinder, 56.
  • Essex Hill Climb, 332. .
  • Fashions, Motor, 93.
  • Fastest Car in the World, A Run on, 108.
  • Fate of the Pedals, 175.
  • Faulty Explosions, 320.
  • Feast’s Tyre Repair Band, 161.
  • Fire, Motor Bicycle Catching, 288.
  • Fittings for Motor, 90.
  • F.N. Bicycle, 259.
  • For Beginners Only, 102.
  • For the Beginner, 340.
  • France, Motor Cycling in, 233.
  • France, Racing, 233.
  • France, Record List, 202;
  • Friction Clutches, 122;
  • Gauging the Contents, 175.
  • Getting Best Results, 256.
  • Government of the Sport, 119.
  • Grit in Joint, 87.
  • Handy Combination Tool, 226.
  • High Powered Engines, 146.
  • High Speed Motor-bicycles in States, 412.
  • Highway Administration, 217.
  • Hill Climbing Trials, 146, 283, 393»

HINTS AND WRINKLES.

  • Adjust Wearing Parts, 19.
  • Alternative Method of Charging Accumulators,iO7
  • Attend to Compression, 265. ,
  • Attention to Free-wheel, 377.
  • Battery Terminals Corroded, 377.
  • Batteries, 19.
  • Belts, Flat, 377.
  • Chimney, The, 107.
  • Cleaning Sparking-plug, 68;
  • Climbing Hills, 37.
  • Copper Wire, 389.
  • Crank Case covered with Oil, 377.
  • Damaged Accumulator Cases, 377.
  • Exhaust Valves, 19.
  • Experience Teaches, 265'.
  • Firing with Current off, 377.
  • Greasy Roads. 37.
  • Hints to Novice, 68.
  • How the Accumulator sometimes gets exhausted 388.
  • How to Relieve Strain on Front Forks, 2658 Ignition Circuits, 107.
  • Ignition Tips, 37.
  • Keep Engine Clean, 19.
  • Know Your Motor, 19.
  • Lubricant, 265. <
  • Lubrication, 19, 37.
  • Motors running on a stand, 388.
  • Oil on Contact Breaker Points, 389.
  • Pedalling Chain Driver without exhaust lift, 37' Petrol, 19.
  • Platinum, 107.
  • Plugs, 19.
  • Purchasing Second-hand Machine, 176.
  • Side-slip, 19.
  • Short Circuits, 19.
  • Slipping of Round Belts, 377.
  • Spare Sparking plug, 68.
  • Spark Jumping Hint, 37.
  • Sparking Troubles, 19.
  • Starting Engine, 68.
  • Steering head adjustment, 388.
  • Strain the Petrol, 377.
  • Surface Carburetter, 19.
  • Tighten Motor Pulley Nut occasionally, 389. Trembler, 19.
  • Use of Paraffin Oil at Starting, 389.
  • Value of Paraffin Oil, 265.
  • When Connecting Plug is lost, 389.
  • Hire of Motorcycles, 19.
  • Historical Model, An, 397.
  • History, Some Motorcycle, 1, 26, 57, 3J7«
  • Hooydonk’s Hundred, 52.
  • Horizontal Motor, The Case for the, 172.
  • Horse Power, 88, 90, 152, i54> *88, 326, 398.
  • Horse Power, Brake, 97.
  • Hot Air Engine, A, 10.
  • How Grit Spoils a Joint, 87.
  • How the Motor Works, 123.
  • Hyde Park, Motorcycles in, 40, 74.
  • Ideal Motor, The, i?o.
  • Ideal Motor-bicycle, The, 28.
  • Ignition and Speed Regulation, 297.
  • Ignition of Small Petrol Engines. 9, 272, 355’
  • Improving Details of the Motor, 1 14.
  • Invalids, Motorcycles for, 284.
  • Increasing One’s Knowledge, 192.
  • India, Motor Cycling in, 397.
  • Insurance, 278, 283, 299. 366.
  • Interchangeability of Parts, 201.
  • Internal Combustion Motor, 420.

INFORMATION BUREAU.

  • About the Engine, 188, 222.
  • About the Ormonde, 256. , .
  • Accumulators, 431.
  • Acccumulator Exhausted, 416.
  • Accumulator Mystery, 304.
  • Accumulator Recharging, 384.
  • Accumulator Troubles, 400.
  • Advantages of Motor-bicycle, 170;
  • Bands for Tyres, 90.
  • Batteries, 106.
  • Belt Troubles, 188, 238,256.
  • Belts, 416.
  • Books on Motors, 206.
  • Building a Motor-bicycle, 367,384*
  • Butted Inner Tubes, 206.
  • Carburation, 416. ,
  • Catalytic Ignition, 90.
  • Chain Drive Idea, 415.
  • Charging Accumulators, 272, 304.
  • Choice of Machine, 106.
  • Choosing Motor-bicycle, 368.
  • Clement Garrard Motor, 256.
  • Combustion Tandems, 154, *7°*
  • Compression, 320.
  • Concerting Old Pattern Minerva, 188.
  • Concerting Ordinary Cycle, 170, 222, 238, 272.
  • Derby Bicycle, 206.
  • Dry Batteries, 431.
  • Early History, 106.
  • Electrical Details, 133, 238. «
  • Electric Ignition, 431.
  • Engines for Boats, 188,
  • Exhaust, 206.
  • Exhaust Valves, 431.
  • Explosions in Cylinder, 56.
  • Explosions in Exhaust Box, 432.
  • Faulty Explosions, 320.
  • Fittings for Motor, 90.
  • Fitting Motor to Ordinary Bicycle, 40, 74.
  • Friction Clutches, 122.
  • Getting Best Results, 256.
  • Hand Starting Device, A. 272.
  • Hire Purchase Forms, 367.
  • Holden Bicycle, 431.
  • Horse Power, 90. 154, 188, 320.
  • Ignition, 272, 367.
  • Irish Roads, 416.
  • Legal Questions, 400.
  • Licenses, 56, 122, 183, 154, 170.
  • Life of Motorcycle, 106.
  • Lights, 206.
  • Lubrication, 74.
  • Magnetic Ignition, 188.
  • Measuring Current, 384.
  • Mitchell, 206.
  • More Power, 431.
  • Motor-bicycles in Hyde Park, 40, 74.
  • Motor by Rail, 74.
  • Motor Catching Fire, 288.
  • Motors for Doctors, 400.
  • Motors in Theobald’s Park, 170.
  • Motor Licenses, 368.
  • Motor Troubles, 206.
  • Oil on Motor Pulley. 416.
  • Oil Troubles, 90.
  • Petrol, 106, 368.
  • Petrol for Solution, 432.
  • Powerful Motors, 170.
  • Primary Batteries, 432.
  • Purchasing a Motor, 90.
  • Regarding the Engine, 40, 74.
  • Resin and the Belt, 74.
  • Roadside Query, 122.
  • Rotary Engine, 416.
  • Running Troubles, 256.
  • Selecting Motorcycle, 431.
  • Seeking Advice, 138.
  • Silencer Troubles, 106.
  • Simms-Bosch System, I223
  • Spare Parts for Abroad, 256.
  • Sparking Troubles, 288,
  • Speed Limit, 256.
  • Spring Saddle Pillar, 320
  • Starting Troubles, 400, 432-
  • Storage, 368. - . . ,
  • Suitable Type, 416.
  • Technical Classes, 74. /
  • The Ideal Motor, 170.
  • Throttle Valve. 367.
  • Trailers, 415.
  • Transmission, 367,
  • Trouble with Driving Belt, 367;
  • Two Speed Gears, 288. , ,
  • Voltage, 56. ’
  • Volt and Ampere Meters, 90. <
  • Werner Carburetter, 400, 4x6.
  • Wilkinson Bands, 206.
  • Would-be Coil Maker, 206.

INVENTION.

  • Accumulator Charging, 325.
  • American Motor Set, 388.
  • A New Spray Carburetter, 226.
  • Automatic Lubricator, New Style of, 403/
  • Ball Bearing Driving Pulley, 371.
  • Belt Dressing, New, 403.
  • Blake’s Carburetter, 221. *
  • Bowden Friction Clutch, 77.
  • Brandes and Perkin’s Motor, 221.
  • Calvert’s Belt Fastener, 161..
  • Carburetter, A Nev^, 419.
  • Carburetter Case, A New, 48.
  • Carlton Carburetter, 325.
  • Catalytic Ignition Plug, 22.
  • Charging Accumulators from Alternating Current, 173.
  • Clement-Garrard Accumulator. 419.
  • Combined Rim and Pulley, 226.
  • Crest Starting Device, 98.
  • Croisant Ignition, 221.
  • Cushion Frame, 419.
  • Detachable Inner Tube, 261.
  • Driving Belts, 302.
  • Dynamo, 325.
  • Edison’s Battery, 302.
  • Effective Spray Carburetter, 339;
  • E.I.C. Plug, 302.
  • Electric Motorcar, 77.
  • Emery for Grinding Valves, 195.
  • Excelsior Spring Head, 98.
  • Feast Tyre Repair Band, .161.
  • Float Feed Carburetter, New Type of, 403;
  • Four-cylinder Air-cooled Engine, 339.
  • Frictional Drive and Variable Gear, 307.
  • Front Forks, 63.
  • Guests’ Outfits, 302.
  • Handy Combined Tool, 226.
  • Halran Spanner, 302.
  • Head Clip, Improved, 4*9*
  • Improved Inlet Valve, 339.
  • Ingenious Speed Changing Device, 253.'
  • Jackdaw Lubricating Oil, 302.
  • Kopaline Puncture-proof Band, 77.
  • La Francaise Tricycle, 98.
  • Lycett’s “ H ” Bag, 98.
  • Manson Motor-bicycle, 48.
  • Motor-bicycle Stand, 48. •
  • Motorcycle Jack, 226.
  • Motor with Crypto Speed Reducing Gear; 388.’
  • New Altitude Meter, 261.
  • New Belt, A, 98.
  • New Bowden Motor-bicycle, 325.
  • New Dynamo Sparker, 302.
  • New Ignition Device, 307.
  • New Motorcycle Jack, 98.
  • New Pedal, 226.
  • Non Short Circuiting Plug, 388
  • Novel Interrupter, 371. ’
  • Opel Motor-bicycle, 371.
  • Perfection Sparking-Plug, 371.
  • Petrol and Hot Air Motor, 419.
  • Petrol Motor Coupled to Dynamo, 173*
  • Power Transmission Problem, 253.
  • Precision Carburetter, 22.
  • Raleigh Front Driver, 419.
  • Raleigh Motor-bicycle, 63.
  • Reducing Width of Motor, 195.'
  • Reserve Petrol Tank, 403.
  • Roubeau Carburetter, i6r.
  • Sparking Plug. A New Form of, 4*9*
  • Spray Carburetter, A Simple, 48.
  • Spring Gear Wheel, A, 307.
  • Spring Tyre, A, 325.
  • Starley’s Sociable, 221.
  • Swinging Crank, 261.
  • Test Lamps for Accumulators, 63.
  • The Holley Cycle, 226.
  • Transmission Gear, 161.
  • Transparent Plug, T 73.
  • Tricycle Radiator, 195.
  • Twin Wheel, 403. . .
  • Two Speed and Free Engine Gear, 261,
  • Unbreakable Sparking-plug, 195.
  • Unique Position of Engine, 295.
  • Useful Timepiece, 77.
  • Valve Lifter for Motor-bicycles, 388.
  • Variable Gear and Starting Clutch. 77.
  • Water-cooled Bicycle Motor. 302.
  • Werner New Trembler, 48.
  • Westfield Autobike, 3*77.

IN TRANSIT.

  • Back to the Bike, 374.
  • Belt and Pulley, 387.
  • Brake in Trathc, 79.
  • Carburetter Trials, 49.
  • Causes of Side-slip, 113.
  • Classification of Riders. 61
  • Clothing. 404.
  • Clothing Difficulty, 'Ihc. 225.
  • Complete Breakdown, A 275
  • Consumption Test, A, 133.
  • Distance without Fatigue, 404.
  • Dogs, 157.
  • Drain Tap for Carburetter, 157-
  • Efficient Brake Power Wanted, 79.
  • Electrical Question, An, 133. 225.
  • Engine Power, 79.
  • Enjoyable Ride, An, 241.
  • Exhaust Valve Lifter, An. 2414 ,
  • Fate of the Pedals, 175.
  • Gauging the Contents, 175.
  • Hatred of Insects, 318.
  • How the Engine Works, 29.
  • How to Conduct Tests, 355.
  • How to Set about Motoring, 29.
  • Increasing One’s Knowledge, IQ2.
  • Ignition, 355.
  • Lubrication,
  • Motorcycle on Hills, 295.
  • Mystery, A, 175, 211.
  • New Theory, A, 61.
  • Paradox, A Seeming, 263.
  • Petrol and Motor Spirit, 133, 192.
  • Protecting the Eyes, 318.
  • Quadrant Single Lever, 49.
  • Railway Vagaries. 324.
  • Reform Required, 263.
  • Satisfactory Run, A, 175.
  • Side-slip, 61.
  • Sleep Inducer, A, 275.
  • Sparking-plug Troubles, 16.
  • Superfluous Wiring, 16.
  • Testing Appliances, 355. .
  • Transition, 16.
  • Treatment of the Idle Machine, 387.
  • Use of Pedals, The, 133.
  • When the Belt Slips, 374.
  • Where the Motorcycle Scores, 263.
  • Where they excel the Bicycle, 375*
  • Ireland, Motorcycle Union of, 215.
  • Italy, Motorcydes in, 117.
  • Jack for_Motorcydes. 2 20.
  • Japanese Motor Club? 95?
  • Jeames the Chauffeur, 10.
  • Lamp Brackets, 185.
  • Land’s End to John 0’ Groats. 391, 392, 396, 41U.
  • Licenses, 56, 86. 122/ 138, 168. 269,
  • Life of Motorcycle. 106.
  • Light Side, The, 257, 281, 289, 306, 356, 383, 386J
  • Lights, 206.
  • Lighter Machines, 219, 258.
  • Liliputian Car, The, 317, 328.
  • Liquid Air, 244.
  • Liverpool Show, n.
  • Long Base Bicycle, 93.
  • Lubrication of the Motor, 74, 91, 103, 310, 3tr, 334, 335-
  • Mails, Carrying His Majesty’s, 20 r.
  • Metric System of Measurement. 191.
  • Midland Meet at Whitsuntide, 93-
  • Mikado a Motorist, 10.
  • Minerva Patents, 85, 205.
  • Mis-fires, 114, 333-
  • Missionary Trip, A, 156 ‘
  • Mitchell, In Defence of the, 88. 206.
  • Motor, A Two-stroke, 303.
  • Motor-bicycle Chat, 60.
  • Motor-bicycle Competitions, n*
  • Motor-bicycle Conversion, 114*
  • Motor-bicycles discussed, 13-
  • Motor-bicycle Matters, 270. ‘
  • Motor-bicycle, The : Has it Come to Stay ? 75; J
  • Motor-bicycle, What Will it Become ? 83 qq. tJ^ 129, 142, 144. 153- I87'
  • Motor-bicycle, Why is it bound to become popular t
  • Motor Clubs, 185, 269, 3OI» 3®x» 3Q5» 426.

MOTORCYCLES DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.

  • Motorcycle History, see History, Motorcycle.
  • Motorcycles in Italy, 117.
  • Motorcycles, Tricks on,'244. f'-
  • Motorcycle Trials, 148.
  • Motorcycle Union of Ireland, 215, 314. ip
  • Motor Cycling Club, 47, 94. 162, 232, 251, 283, 285* V 314.316.
  • Motor. How Built, 139.
  • Motoring,’ Why, 11.
  • Motor Pacing, 217.
  • Motor Principle, A New, 201.
  • Motors in Johannesburg, 185. ik
  • Motor Tandems, 146.
  • Motor Trials and their Lessons, 144. ' –
  • Motor Trials at Liverpool Show, 11.
  • Motor-tricycle, A Plea tor. 78;
  • Motor-tricycle Chat, 209.
  • Motor Troubles, 206. ‘ ; Mystery, A, 175, 211.
  • Mysterious Breakdown Explained, 191;
  • New Zealand, In, 86.
  • Nice-Abbazia Race, 147.
  • Nottingham, Motors In, 118.
  • Numbering of Cars, 381.
  • Number Plates, French, 14-’.
  • Obstacle Racing, 380.
  • Oil Troubles, 90.
  • On the Road, 218.

OPINION, EDITORIAL.

  • Against Big Powers, 64.
  • Another Show, 230.
  • Appearance, 96.
  • Automobile Club Show, 112, 144.’ |
  • Automobile Club, The, 80.
  • Comparisons, 326.
  • C.T.C. and Motorists, 128.
  • Dawn of Motor Club Life, 96.
  • Motor Pacing in Amateur Events, 96.
  • Motor Patents in Suspense, 80.
  • Motor Show, The, 178.
  • Motor Tandem, 80.
  • Motor Trials and Their Lessons, I44« 
  • New Association Wanted, 30.
  • Pedalling in Motorcycle Races, 80.
  • Position of the Engine, 159, 178.
  • Quick Stop Trials, 264.
  • Roadside Repairs, 50.
  • Safety of the Motor-bicycle, 376.
  • Seeking Information, 159.
  • S. F. Edge’s Victory ; a fitting Tribute, 405;
  • Show Question, 214.
  • Speed, The Question of, 264. f
  • Technical Matter, 159.
  • The Need for Springs, 196.
  • The Old Time Cyclist Converted, I59'»
  • Trailer Question, i59« 
  • Trials and the Trade, 128.
  • ‘They Will be Cheaper,” 178.
  • Use Care, 50.
  • Who Shall Govern the Sport? 112.
  • Ordinary Bicycles, Fitting Motors to, 40, 74:
  • Ormonde Bicycle, 256.

OTHER PEOPLES VIEWS.

  • A Two Stroke Motor, 303.
  • Belt Adjustment, 187.
  • Belt and Chain Drive, 23, 54, 15a; IA
  • Belt Driving
  • Bexhill Speed Trials
  • Carburetters
  • Cause of Mis-fifing,
  • Charging Accumulators, 73, 137, 169;
  • Compression, 33s. . /<5’
  • Dashwood 1 rials, 2^, 287.
  • Dust troubles, to Overcome, 413.
  • Efficient Motor, An, 89. •
  • English Mechanic Bicycle, 187, 236.
  • Eyesores on Motorcycles, 120.
  • Future Motor-bicycle, 399.
  • Hill Climbing Contents, 399. .
  • Hint to Novices, 168.
  • Holden Motor Bicycle, 351.
  • Horse Power, 152, 398, 430.
  • Insurance, 366.
  • Licenses, 168.
  • Lubrication, 382, 413.
  • Minerva Patents, 205.
  • More Trials Wanted, 287.
  • Motor Bicycles, Critical Review, 72.
  • Motor Bicycle Experiences, 23, 54, 73, 89, i53» 4I3-
  • Motor Bicycle in England, 54.
  • Motor Bicycle Matters, 270.
  • Motorcycles and Insurance Companies, 319.
  • Motor Cycling Club, A, 39.
  • Motor Cycling Club, Midland, 39, 54, 89, 120.
  • Motor Cycling Tips, 152, 187, 237.
  • Oil on Trembler, 398, 414, 429.
  • Passing Horses, 398.
  • Pedalling in Motor Bicycle Races, 105, 137.
  • Pedals and Footplates, 204.
  • Petrol and Ceylon, 398.
  • Plug Experiences, 366.
  • Police busy in Kent, 366.
  • Position of Engine, 73, 88, 104, 120, 136, *37. 153, 168, 204, 205, 220, 236, 287, 270, 254, 303, 3i9-
  • Quadrant Single Control, 105, 169, 205, 254.
  • Quad Troubles, 335, 366.
  • Railway Charges, 121, 168.
  • Railway Regulations, 220.
  • Rational Motor Bicycle Wanted, 152,
  • Side Slip, 23, 104, 121, 351.
  • Silencers, 89, 220.
  • Singer Motorcycle, 187, 204.
  • Sparking Current, The, 255.
  • Spray Carburetter, 168.
  • Standardisation, 54.
  • Steam Driven Motor Bicycles, 136, 168, 204, 255, 382, 413- . ,
  • Strickland Motor Bicycle, 351.
  • Suggested Improvements, 24, 39;
  • To Prevent belt Slipping, 429.
  • Trailers, 429.
  • Transmission, 136.
  • Tricycle, In Favour of, 39, 73.
  • Tricycles, 89, 120.
  • Uniformity of Piston Speed;<120.
  • Water in Petrol, 187, 220.
  • Weight of Motor Bicycles. 104;
  • Pacing Motor. 217.
  • Paris-Vienna Race, 326, 330, 341, 342» 357> 358, 379,394.408.
  • Parts, Interchangeability of, 201.
  • Pedal Controlled Motor-bicycle, 362.
  • Pedalling in Motorcycle Races, 162.
  • Pedals and Footplates, 204, 237.
  • Pedals. Fate of the, 175-
  • Pedersen Motor-bicycle, 397.

PERSONAL.

  • Petrol, 106, 187. 163, 207, 254.
  • Petrol : Can Explosive Power be Increased r 155.
  • Petrol Motor Coupled to Dynamo, 173.
  • Petrol Motor v. Steam Engine, 362.
  • Petrol, Substitute for, 412.
  • Petrol, Water In. 187, 220.
  • Phoenix, Illustrated and Described, 193.
  • Plug, Transparent, 173- .
  • Popularity of the Motor-Bicycle, 145.
  • Portsmouth Club, 95-
  • Position of Engine, 73. R8, 93. TC4, T20. 21 I, 214. 136, 137. 153, 168, 304, 205, 220. 236, 242, 254, 270, 303, 3T9«
  • Powerful Motors, 170.
  • Prince and Motor Bicycle, 203
  • Pulleys; Improvements in, 119.
  • Purchasing a Motor, 00.
  • Quad, A Word for the, 186.
  • Quad, Two Passengers, 191.
  • Quadrant Cycles, 108, 169.
  • Racing, Aston, 85, 93, 119.
  • Racing Bicycles, 93.
  • Racing : Canning Town, 396, 411, 428.
  • Racing : Circuit des Ardennes, 394, 422.
  • Racing, Coventry, 268.
  • Racing, Fast Trains at Nice, 162.
  • Racing : Gordon-Bennett. Interview with Mr. S. Edge, 373-
  • Racing, Paris, 87/268.
  • Racing : Paris-Vienna, 357, 358, 379, 394» 4°8« 
  • Racing, Plymouth, 268, 283, 348.
  • Racing, Putney, 127.
  • Racers, Would-be, 94.
  • Radiator for Tricycle, 195.
  • Rail, Motors by, 74.
  • Railway Charges for Tourists’ Cycles Abroad, 397^
  • Railway Regulations, 220.
  • Rational Motor-bicycle Wanted, 152.
  • Record Run on a Singer Motor, 353.
  • Renewals and Detail improvements, 369, 386.
  • Reducing the Levers, 52.
  • Reducing Width of Motor, 195.
  • Repair Band, 161.
  • Repairing Under Difficulties, 234.
  • Roadside Repairs, 65, 122.
  • Roubeau Carburetter, 161.
  • Rules of the Road, 277.
  • Running Troubles, 256.
  • Russian Army, Motorcars in the, 411;
  • Santos Dumont Airship, 147.
  • Satisfactory Run, A, 175.
  • Serpollet’s New Car, 412. ,
  • Seven Thousand Miles on a Motor-bicycle, 2ro.
  • Show Crystal Palace. See Crystal Palace Show; Shows, List of, 230, 267.
  • Show Question, 214.
  • Side-slip, 279.
  • Signs of the Times, 267.
  • Silencers, 190, 2 20,*411. (•
  • Silencer Troubles, 106. . >
  • Simms-Bosch System, 122.
  • Simplification of Motor-bicycle, 8;
  • Singer Motor-bicycle, 187, 204.
  • Singer Motor Tandems, 353.
  • Small Man’s Opportunity, 9. >
  • Sound Joints, 191. ' v t
  • Sparking Coils, 224, 239, 279.
  • Sparking Current, 255. Sparking-plugs, 118, 293, 305.
  • Sparking-plugs, 73, 190, 191.
  • Sparking Troubles, 288.
  • Spare Parts for Abroad, 256.

SPECIAL ARTICLES.

  • A Plea for the Motor Tricycle. By C. A. Smith, 78 J .
  • A Run on the Fastest Car in the World, 108.
  • Chat about Motor-bicycles, A. By E. Douglas Fawcett, 60.
  • Delights of Motor Cycling. By Ernest H. Godbold, 4-
  • For Beginners Only. By Ernest H. Godbold, 102.
  • From the Sublime to the Ridiculous. By E. G. Ruckes, 402.
  • Ideal Bicycle, The. By G. P. Mills, 28.
  • Motor Bicycle ; Why is it Bound to Become Popular ? By S. F. Edge, 145.
  • The Motor-bicycle in Warfare, 134.
  • The Motor Bicycle ; Has it Come to Stay ? By G. Lacy Hillier, 75.
  • Why I prefer Motor Cycling to any other form of Motoring. By Charles Jarrott, 46.
  • Speed, 52,69, 85,186, 202, 216, 233, 243, 330, 332, 379, 394, 4io-
  • Speed Limit, 256.
  • Speed Machines, 10, 29.
  • Speed Pacers, 396.
  • Speed, Regulating in New York, 268.
  • Spread of Clubs, 184.
  • Spring Saddle Pillar, 320.
  • Springs, The Need for, 196.
  • Standardisation of Parts and Fittings, 27;
  • Starley Challenge Cup, 380.
  • Starting Difficulties, 333.
  • Starley’s Sociable, 221.
  • Starting Troubles, 103.
  • Steam Driven Cycles, 136, 168, 204, 255, 380;
  • Storage in Birmingham, 163.
  • Storing Petrol, 87.
  • Suction Pump Crank Lubricator, 130.
  • Tandems, 146, 240.
  • Testing Mart, A, 88.
  • Technical Classes, 74?
  • Theobald’s Park, Motors in, 170.
  • Tips, Motorcycle, 152, 187.
  • Tolls for Motorcycles, 202.
  • Touring, 114.
  • Touring : Charges for Machines abroad, 397, 424*
  • Touring in France, 117.
  • Touring on Motor-bicycle, 321.
  • Touring the Continent, 117. • '
  • Towing Risks, 185.
  • Trailers, 52.
  • Trailer’s License, 364.
  • Transparent Plug, 173.
  • Trial Run, A, 337. X
  • Trials at Crystal Palace. See C. P. Trials.
  • Tricks on Motorcycles, 244.
  • Tricycle. A Plea for, 78.
  • Tubes, Butted Inner, 206.
  • Two Cylinder Motor, 412.
  • Two Speed Gears7288.
  • Two-speed Gears for Motor-bicycles, 392.
  • Two Speeds, 164, 190.
  • Tyre Repairing, 103.
  • Tyre Wiring, Strengthening the, 140.
  • Tyres, 163, 203.
  • Unpuncturable Tyre, An, 203.
  • Useful Hints, 42.
  • Valves, 81, 195.
  • Voltage, 56. j
  • Volt and Ampere Meters/90,
  • War Car, The Simms, 147;
  • Warfare, The Motor Bicycle in, 134.
  • Werner, Described and Illustrated, 150.
  • Westerham Hill Climb, 363.
  • Westphalian Show, 315.
  • Wheel-base and Side-slip, 279.
  • Why I prefer Motor Cycling to any other form Motoring, 46.
  • Wilkinson Bands, 206:
  • Working of Motor. 123:
  • Youthful Motist. The, 85.

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