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Motorcycle Design Of Today And What Tomorrow May Bring
If the next few years should see a great increase in the demand for motorcycles, as is confidently expected, we may hope to see also a...
A Chat with a Moto-Cycling Lad from Riverside, Illinois
A Chat with a lad he had such a good time, so full of every-day-out-in-the-wide-world experiences, that he really didn’t remember when he...
Baker’s Next Stunts Will Be in Australia
FROM Springfield, Mass., to San Francisco the distance, even without wabbling, is more than 3000 miles. From San Francisco to Honolulu,...
Details of the 1915 Harley-Davidsons
A new twin, of same piston displacement as for 1914, but 11 h.p. and 65 m.p.h. guaranteed, with three-speed sliding gear transmission,...
The Hendee Company’s New Racing Policy
Convinced that racing has served its purpose in the development of the motorcycle, the Hendee Mfg. Company announces its withdrawal,...
An Interesting New Motor
SOMETIMES you have to go a long way from home to get the home news. Some months ago, this paper printed the first news of the beginning of...
What Made You Buy a Motorcycle? | Just Between Us
Mr. Reader, how did you come to buy a motorcycle? Tell us, on a postcard-any old way. We want to know.
Ervin Baker Gets Cross-Country Motorcycle Record
He Rides a 1914 electrically equipped, two-speed Indian from San Diego, in the southwestern corner of the United States, to New York City,...
A Stockton Rider Talks on Livermore
ABOUT that Livermore matter: Our riders and the Stockton Motorcycle Club have passed resolutions boycotting Livermore, because of the...
Los Angeles Riding Good, Trade Slow
HOP skip and jump exercise was used for warming-up purposes in a Covina orange grove, by Los Angeles Motorcycle Club members, Sunday, March...
Summer Has Come To Los Angeles
TUESDAY of last week was the warmest March 17 this city had had for 35 years, since 1879. The official temperature at noon was 93. Of...
Items of Interest to the Trade
The Detroit Free Press of July 21st contains a large advertisement by the Excelsior Autocycle Co., of that city, which is headed by Harry...
Stop Killing off the Racing Men
Jake De Rosier is still lying in Crocker Street Hospital, in Los Angeles. He is in a different room-one with a window from which he can...
The Smell O' Gasoline | Just Between Us
July 15, 1912 Pacific Motocycling - A new editor has hold of this paper. That may or may not mean anything to the casual reader at this...
Racing Trouble at Cleveland
That Los Angeles is not the only place on the map which experiences friction and misunderstanding in connection with the racing game has...