From the April 1919 issue of Motorcyclist magazine 1-Wood “unloading” from his Indian, 254 feet up in the stock event. 2-here’s a finish with a big “kick” in it. Nelligan his Indian, 339 feet up in the free-for-all. This was Indian’s highest for the day. 3-Weber, Indian, at the end of his route in the stock climb. He took seventh, 259 feet. His front wheel is within five feet of the crowd, but they never budged. 4-Benny Hite and his Excelsior giving ‘em a thrill in the free-for-all. This happened at 272 feet. His tractor is still “biting” and the machine about to somersault. Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!