1 - How does Miny Wain nurse such sweet music from his speedway motors? Perhaps this early photo of him hints at the answer. Piccolo Pete, the speedster.
2 - They keep you young. Here’s R.J. Cross, Trail, B.C., an enthusiastic sickler at 65.
3 - Tom Sowerby, Archy Renwick and Palmer Rutledge, Trail, B.C., boys, do some speed trials on the ice of Kootenay Lake near Nelson, B.C. Slick work, boys.
4 - A few of the boys from the Bay City M.C., resplendent in the natty attire which is characteristic of the members of that club.
5 - The famous Belt Drive Brigade of Kansas City snapped on August 2, 1913. The single Yales had a time keeping up with the big Excelsiors.
6 - April 30th, 1929, and the little Harley-Davidson 45 comes in for its share of limelight. Oh, yes, notice those trim-handlebars.
7 - September 23, 1913, when the racing fever was high, Ray Weishaar was going great guns and having a time with Speck Warner. This view is of a 5-mile pro event. P.E. Zimmerman, F.A.M. referee, is in the foreground and Cortney Elliott is standing back of the white Indian.
8 - September 23, 1913, with an easy victory predicted for the Yale on the pole-nothing barred except the strangle-hold.
9 - Left to right-Jesse James-Hohn (Murphy) Arruda and Walt Brown, winning team in the New England Club Championship-The boys are members of Jesse’s Roamers, Pawtucket, R.I.
10 - San Francisco M.C. members at Pescadero.
11 - Left to right-Art Braun, Bud Mellinger and Ed Kuivan, 3 high men in Keystone-Erie 4th Annual Enduro.
12 - Impromptu hillclimbing in the Austrian Alps on an Ariel.
13 - A sickler views the home of Kit Carson high in the Sangre de Cristo range of New Mexico at Taos.
14 - A few of our “cinder sifters” while in Mexico. Left to right -Bo Lisman, “Shorty” Campbell, Cordy Milne and “ Lammy’’ Lamoreaux. Standing-Left to right-”Bimbo” Seward, P.A. Bigsby and Ed Seward.
15 - Harlan and Walton Masters, a couple of hot sicklers from Middlesboro, Kentucky.
16 - The Dayton M.C. Lucky Trophy, won by Bozo Small who secured the most points during 1933.
17 - Herman Lavine, student at Washington & Lee University, Lexington, Va., says, “Keep ‘er smokin’.” Right you are, Herman.