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A Century Of Motorcycling | Cat Tales
One-hundred years. Ten decades. A century. Longer than a lifetime, most of the time. Way back in 1912, Motorcyclist magazine debuted as...
Laconia Pictorial From 1946
View photographs from Laconia, featured in this July 1946 issue of Motorcyclist Magazine.
New Motorcycle Stuff From 1946
Coming eventually, and we hope they will come in to us as advertisers, are the following products now in the final stages of production for...
Jet Propelled No. 79 Sam Arena
In six of the West Coast’s postwar events-in the half-milers at Dixon and Tulare, the Modesto class “C” hillclimb, the Stockton and Clovis...
C. Tennant Lee
The death of Tennant Lee on Thanksgiving Day, this year, marked the passing of one of the few remaining elders of the American motorcycling...
Theory And Practice In Motor Balancing
Note: We are reprinting this article by Uncle Frank from our April, 1937, issue due to the demand we have had for back issues of this...
Mr. Edward Turner Of Triumph Engineering Co. Visits Johnson Motors, Inc.
A desire of many years’ standing came to a realization recently when Edward Turner, Managing Director of Triumph Engineering Company, Ltd,...
Pacific Coast’s First A.M.A Sanctioned Race
Note: Just before going to press this report reached us and we are very pleased to be able to give our readers the results of the first...
New Indian Chief Model 346 “War-Time” Model
An improved and modernized Indian Chief has just been announced from Springfield. The new 74-model 346-is known as “War-time Model 3...
For You Technical Hounds
I was especially interested in a certain statement made by the undoubtedly capable gentleman writing under the nom de plume of “Shop...
Riders Of The Films
Do any of the movie stars ride motorcycles? They sure do. Oh, it’s just a lot of press agent hokum to get their name in the paper, you say....
Dispatch Riders In Modern Warfare
For the launching of invasion operations in Normandy by the Allied Expeditionary Force, vital time-tables were linked up between the...
“Give Us A Good Lightweight Machine”
A few weeks ago we got all hot and bothered wondering about the “how they did it” of the many motorcycle dealers who are keeping going in...
Greetings, Pals From The Home Front Girls
We’re back a gain as promised, hoping you liked the greetings we sent last month. We’re quite proud of you boys in camps and overseas or...
How Our Army Trains Its Motorcycle Specialists
Thrills of the open road and a slipstream of air with the enchanting aroma of wine have always appealed to the motorcycle rider-