From the August 1938 issue of Motorcyclist Magazine The name Oscar Lenz goes hand in hand with the Jack Pines Run. Oscar is an all around competitive man and we have here a photo of him submitted by Carl A. Risley of Lansing, Michigan, showing Oscar winning a hill climb event in that vicinity. Although it is not commonly known Edgar Bergen likes to ride a motorcycle. Not long ago he purchased an Indian. In the above he has consented to pose with the far-famed Charley McCarthy, who in this instance has added goggles and helmet to an already very interesting wardrobe. (World Wide Photo.) Reg Shanks and Vic Stevens hard at it, trying to figure out new ways to entertain Canadian audiences. A leader who appears to be about to lose his advantage during the Hamburg T.T. races Two riders so close together that they appear to be travelling short-coupled during the Hamburg T.T. races. Elsewhere in this issue we have a full page delineation of the ultimate in streamlining as visualized by Bob Temple. Here we see the artist as he has “a spot of bother” while trying to ride over a section of St. Mary’s Glacier, west of Denver, Colorado. Miss Helen Murtha of Union City, N.J., rides her own machine to the Hamburg T.T. races, July 31st. In the background is seen the famous Ginger Bread Castle near that city. A British soldier going through part of the regular army drills on a motorcycle. Wearing a gas mask he fords a river as he works out a war problem. Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!