Capistrano Hillclimb Photos | Some Of The Action That Makes Capistrano Famous

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.