Model 11-K, the 11-h.p. stripped stock twin, for speed work, had already established its success before it was placed in the 1915 line. The first appearance of this model was at Dodge City, Kas., July 4, where, in the 300-mile international race, Walter Cunningham covered 120 miles in 105 minutes flat, averaging 68.18 miles per hour. At Rockford, Ill., August 9, Alvin Stratton rode one of these models in the 100-mile race, covering the distance in 97 minutes 2 seconds, averaging 61.8 miles per hour. In the 250-mile event at Sioux City, Ia., September 2, William Brier covered the distance in 3:47:30, averaging 65.93 miles per hour and doing 74 miles in the first hour. At Little Falls, N. Y., July 29, Herman Lewis rode one of these models around a 4 ½ -course in 3:30, averaging 74.69 miles per hour. For prolonged, excessive speed, Model 11-K stands A-1.