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Chasteen Tops Oakland Class “C” Meet
The Oakland Speedway lay etched, crystal clear, under a November sun that gave glorious promise of warmth and failed to deliver as per...
Hornell Hillclimb: Where Fast Competition Determined the 1935 National Champions
The National Hillclimb Champion of 1935 is Joe Petrali! Winning a second place in the 45 Class A, and first place in the 45 Expert, at the...
The Motorcyclist Pictorial | September 1935
View photographs from this September 1935 issue of Motorcyclist Magazine.
Streamlining as an Ideal
With our streamlined tanks and fenders the most of us are willing to concede that our present-day American motorcycles are about the last...
A Review of the Isle o’ Man T.T | After-Lights
This year’s Tourist Trophy meeting in the Isle of Man was the most sensational on record. So sensational that only now, writing a week...
Pan-American Trails part 3
The intrepid motorcycle adventurer has taken a loop route through Mexico which brought him back to the Coast near the United States line....
Twilight Racing: Night Stands
A discussion of leading night speedway stars is hardly necessary over and beyond the figures given on their riding averages. In the...
Traveling With a Troupe
We sailed for Yokohama on the Rio de Janeiro Maru, leaving from Wilmington, California. Eleven people comprised our troupe and we were...
Two Thousand Pounds of Junk
Mr. Thad Belton swung his shiny, lumbering roadster out of the yard and threaded his way through the morning traffic downtown. Visibility...
Motorcycle Photography | Shooting the Fast Ones
In a previous article in The Motorcyclist (see the July issue), I pointed out the marvelous opportunities which lay in store for the...
Jim Young Wins 200-Mile Class C Speedway Title
“Shades of Old Ascot, Tacoma and Dodge City.” Such might have been the thoughts of any old-timer as he gazed over the field of riders and...
Pan-American Trails Part 2
Last month Jose Porta told of starting his long solo tour to Central America. When we left him he was hard put to find shelter during a...
Indian Announces New Four
Up and down the reaches of the grapevine communication system of motorcycling the question has gone. “When is Indian coming out with their...
Pan American Trails | Part 1
It was on the eighth day of May, nineteen hundred and thirty that a lone motorcycle rider brought his machine to a stop in front of the...
Racing With the Old Timers
Mine was not an office boy to president sort of racing career. Contrary to the experience of many racing men, I had not spent a lot of time...