Scott Flying Squirrel

By Unknown, Photography by Unknown

From the September 1929 issue of Motorcyclist magazine.

The same reasoning that prompts one man to insist on a Packard, with so many others buying Fords, is the reason for the “Discriminating motorcyclist” demanding the Scott. They are both excellent cars-but of course, a Packard-well-Incidentally, our recent successes include-

Crotona Spring Endurance Run

General Solo Class-

First-Reggie Pink B-S-A

Second-Pete Rizzo Ariel

Novice Solo Class-

First-Lorton Wilson Ariel

Highest Team Score-Pete Rizzo and Lorton Wilson, both riding Ariels

Astoria Endurance Run

General Solo Class-

First-Bill Stoetzel Scott (Only rider to finish in his class.)

Somers N.Y. Hill-Climb

21.35 Expert Class-

First-J.W. Hill A-J-S (New hill record.)

Second-Reggie Pink Velocette

Atlantic City Speedway Races

21.35 Amateur 15 Mile-

First-J.W. Hill A-J-S Speed 89.64 m.p.h.

45 Amateur 15 Mile-

Second-J.W. Hill A-J-S (Using the same 21.35 motor).

Riders-If you have not as yet received our interesting assortment of catalogues, send us ten cents in stamps at once. They will provide many hours of interesting reading.

“Motorcycles for the Discriminating”

Reggie Pink

52 Westchester Square Bronx,· N.Y.C.

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