British

The Motor Cycle Magazine 1908

  • Accessories, 815, 833, 857
  • Accrington and District M.C.C., 711
  • Accumulator Charger, A Promising, 811
  • Acme 31 h.p. xxx Twin-cylinder Engine, 761
  • Adjustment of Petrol Level, 802
  • Advance Adjustable Belt Fastener, 437
  • — 9 h.p. Tricar, 978
  • Affiliation of Motor Cyclists, 63, 80
  • Agricultural Hall Show, 241, 252
  • Air Cooling, 450
  • Alien’s Spring Handle-bar, 986
  • Along the Normandy Coast, 959
  • Amac Carburetter, 313, 775
  • Analytical Abstract of all Motor Cycles at the 1908 Stanley Show, 944
  • An Up-to-date Burglar, 1012
  • A.O.I.V. v. M.O.I.V. on Twins, 1017, 1024
  • Appreciation of a Two-speed Gear, 722
  • Arendt Passenger Attachment (patent),620
  • Ariel 1908 Lightweight, 230
  • Arnell’s Skid and Emergency Brake (patent), 38
  • Australia, Motor Cycling in. 968
  • Australian Fifty Miles Road Race, 87 7 The Autocar Motor Car Lectures, 746, 791, 800, 814, 835, 868, 885
  • Auto Carrier Tricar, 955
  • — Cycle Union Annual Open Hill-climb,
  • Contour of Sutton Bank, 37 7
  • — — — — Race Meeting, 670
  • — — — Autumn Quarterly Trials, 826, 949
  • — — — Badge for Handle-bar, 510
  • — — — Council Meeting, 222, 241
  • — — — at. Leamington, 767, 777, 807
  • — — — End-to-end, List of Awards, 616
  • — — — Run, Prizes in the, 418
  • — — Trial, Analysis of Machines, 586
  • — — — — — Photographs of the Competitors, 530
  • — — — — — Report, 571
  • — — — — — Results at a Glance, 600-2
  • — — — — — Start of the, 558
  • — — — Fifth Annual Dinner, 148
  • — — — Land’s End to Johu-o’-Groat s
  • Trial, 438, 453, 461, 471
  • — — — — — — — — Complete List
  • of Entries, 542
  • — Map of the
  • Route, 538-9
  • — — — News, 378, 483
  • Notes, 59, 201, 706, 867
  • — — — Penalty Run, 789
  • — — — Quarterly Trial, 70, 86 April, 339
  • — — — — — Spring, 360
  • — — — Sutton Bank Hill-climb, 407, 417, 424, 444, 452
  • — — — Twenty-four Hours’ Ride, 611, 613, 634
  • Automatically Variable Pulleys, 823
  • Ayr and District M.C.C., 388, 484, 927
  • Balancing of Petrol Engines, 210, 225, 411, 804
  • Balloon Chase on Motor Cycles, 770
  • Barnes Infinitely Variable- Gear (patent), 584
  • Barnoldswick M.C.,. 560, 581, 615, 906
  • Barnsley and District M.C1C., 952
  • — Victoria C.C., Motor Section, 427
  • — Open Hill-climb,) oil
  • Basingstoke and District M.C.C., 67, 262,
  • Bat-Jap 20 h.p. Bicycle, 515
  • Bat Riders, A Family of, 705
  • Baxter’s Petrol Tank Air Regulator, 990
  • Belt v. Chain, 313, 343, 391, 468, 486
  • Bergin’s Chain (patent), 658
  • Berujeau Tricar, 985
  • Birmingham Motor Cycle Club, 168, 339, 362, 637, 694, 712, 790-1, 867, 906
  • — Racing at, 425, 536
  • Blackpool and District M.C.C., 561, 637
  • Bocardo M.C.C. (Oxford), 867
  • Bolton and District M.C.C., 615, 672
  • Bombay-Poona Motor Cycle Trials, 44-5
  • Bosch Spare Parts Case, 723
  • Bour’s Gear and Free Engine (patent), 584
  • Bowden’s Sector Lever, 513
  • Bradburne’s, Dr., Two-seated Tricycle, 460
  • Bradford Motor Cycle Club, 221, 323, 389, 408, 580, 615, 791, 927
  • Brighton and District M.C.C., 49, 323, 388, 597, 886
  • — Cyclists’ Club, Motor Section, 396, 409
  • Brooklands — An Impression of Speed, Sup. to issue of May 6th
  • — Automobile Racing Club, Motor Cycle Regulation-, 276
  • — First Motor Cycle Race at, 320
  • — Handicap Plate, 745, 768, 788
  • — Racer, A, 768
  • — Second Motor Cycle Race at, 386
  • — Track, Experiences on. 293
  • Brown and Barlow 1909 Carburetter, 838
  • — — — Carburetter with Handle-bar
  • Control, 132
  • — Motor Bicycle, Trial of a, 662
  • Bullard Speedometer, 835
  • Burton-on-Trent and District M.C.C., 167
  • “Buyers’ Guide,” 1908, 115
  • - Additions, 150
  • Cairn’s Variable Pulley (patent), 226
  • Calvert’s Two-speed Gear and Free Engine (patent), 266
  • Cambridgeshire M.C.C., 222, 389, 408-9, 5 423, 616, 811
  • Cambridge University M.C.C., 240, 262, 447, 465, 867, 886, 906, 927, 950-2
  • Campbell and Golding’s Variable Speed Pulley, 172
  • Can Motor Bicycles Climb Hills ? by “ Ixion,” 565-6
  • Carbide Carrier, 816 Cardiff M.C., 88, 150, 976
  • Case for Appeal, 675
  • Cathcart Wason, M.P., asks another Question, 598
  • Celerio Detachable Fastener, 332
  • Centipede Belt, 213
  • Chain v. Belt, 248
  • Change Speed Pedalling Gears on Lightweights, 470
  • Charlton’s Two-speed Gear (patent), 38
  • Chater-Lea Carette in the London to Edinburgh Run, 549
  • Cheltenham and District M.C.C., 580
  • Cissac, Henri, 556
  • Clarke’s Two-speed Gear (patent), 92
  • Clark, R. O., Four Successes, 842
  • Club Competitions, by J. T. Ward, 37
  • Coil Consumption, 344
  • Coils, How to Remedy Faults in, 102.?
  • Cold Bath, A, 4
  • Collier’s Adjustable Belt Fastener, 8
  • — World's Hour Record, 803, 991
  • Collyer’s Silencer, 415
  • Commentary on B. H. Davies’s Paper “Tricars,” 965
  • Commercial Traveller’s Experiences, f
  • Competition Rules, by R. W. Avion, 93;;
  • Completely Protected Machine, Miller’s,820
  • Contact Breakers for Twin Cylinders, 545-6
  • Cost of Motor Cycling, 329
  • Coventry Motor Club, 49, 240, 446, 485. 561, 615, 637, 790, 886
  • - Open Hill-climb, 654
  • Cowey Speed Indicator, 529
  • Crank Case Compression, Some Experiments with, 603
  • Crewe and District M.C.C., 712
  • Crowsley’s Spring Wheel Sidecar, 757
  • Cubical Capacity Tables (giving Cylinder Capacity of all Engines from 50 to 90 mm. Bore and 50 to 100 mm Stroke), 474-5
  • Culled from Cudham, 295
  • Curious Accident, 698
  • D’All Adjustable Belt Fastener, 773
  • Danger of Stray Cattle at Night, 709
  • Deaf Cyclists, To Protect, 767
  • Defiance Variable Speed Pulley, 397J
  • Dene Two-speed Gear, 181
  • Dennell Two-speed Bicycle, 1002
  • Detachable Sidecar Fittings, 1025
  • Diamond Motor Bicycle, 516
  • Does an Air-cooled Engine Overheat I 39-40, 91, 108, 176, 256, 284
  • Dog’s Ambulance Drawn by a Motor Cycle, 881
  • Dome-topped Pistons, 967, 1017
  • Douglas Engine, Examination and Bepoit of the, 761
  • — Lightweight, 981
  • — Twin-cylinder Engine, 111
  • Double Lamp Bracket, 232
  • Dual Ignition, 309
  • Dublin and District M.C’.C., 88, 12(5, 222, 448, 693, 770
  • Dunlop Tyre, 903
  • Dunn and King’s Wire Rope, 1025 Dust-up, 1003
  • Dust-up, A (full page drawing by w Thomas), 395
  • Early Experience, An, 6?
  • — Morning Easter Ride Eastbourne and District East Lancashire M.C.t Edinburgh M.C.C., 67
  • — Motor Cycle Shov Eisemann Magneto,
  • — Self-contained 1' Electrically-driven Electric Vulcanise Elleham Moto’ Encyclopaedia End-to-end
  • — Judge
  • — Recr
  • Falkirk and District M.C.C., 484
  • Fastener l’or Round Twisted Belts, 438
  • Fever, The, 1003
  • First Motor. Cycle Race at Brooklands (match between W. G. McMinnies and O. L. Bickford), 175-6, 208
  • - Open Motor Cycle Race at Brooklands, 320
  • Fit-all Gear on 1907 Triumph, 496
  • Fixed i?. Flexible Pattern Sidecars, 344, 392
  • Flexible Pattern Sidecar, 739
  • F.N. Four-cylinder, Gear for, 947
  • - Suggested Gear for the Four-cylindered, 713
  • Folding Footboards, 491
  • Footboards, The Fitting of Spring, 957
  • Footrests r. Pedals and Stands, 741, 792
  • Foreign Touring, 470
  • Freeston’s Variable Gear. 189
  • Freights and Duties on Motor Cycles, 143
  • Front Wheel Stands, 552
  • ?F.K.S. Lamp, 181
  • “ Future of Motor Cycling,” a Paper read by H. G. Bell before Members of the A.C.U., 183. 193, 263
  • the Tricar, 1016
  • Gaillon Hill-climb, 796
  • Gamage’s Clothing and Accessories, 179
  • - Lamp, Goggles, and Valve Spring Remover, 132
  • German Consumption Trial, 662
  • - Military Motorcyclists, 739
  • Germany’s Foreign Trade in Motor Cycles, 787, 925, 973
  • Gianoli Magneto Transmission. 717-8. 763, 806, 849
  • Glare Electric Head Lamp, 491
  • Glasgow Motor Cycle Club. 149. 441. 448. 711
  • Glenoroe. Glencoe, and Glen Finnart. 33
  • Glen Finnart Climbed by Two Motor Cyclists. 531
  • Gloucester. Picturesque (full page illustration), 631
  • Gobiet and Peugeot Engine (patent). 620
  • Hodden's Spring Fork. 550
  • Godfrey's Six Hom's' World's Record. 1021
  • Golf Club Carrier. 827
  • Graphite Lubrication. 169
  • Great Yarmouth and District M.C.C.. 203. 734. 752. 828
  • Grimshaw's 20 h.p. Twin-cylinder Bicycle. 515
  • Grippie's Terminal. 713
  • Gudgeon Pin Accidents. 410
  • Haigh's Variable and Free-engine Pulley patent'. 658
  • Handicapping of Motor (.>*010 Races. 804
  • Harborn's Electrically-driven Sidecar. 859.
  • 879 ' ’ m Cycling and Motor Cycling Club.
  • 221. 446 'd District M.C.C.. 811. 847.
  • 927. 993 'vcle Section. 769
  • district M.C.C.. 105. 1033 Future ! by B. H. 5. 821
  • 400 ight weight, 981 Jointed Tube. 277 Track. 779
  • 76
  • V B. H. Davies. 758
  • Cve..is"s. bv
  • < 133. 154. 4’6. 434. 673. >>>
  • T. 803
  • Ideal Carburetter, 7 75
  • Ignition Items in Foreign Climes, 13-
  • Imports and Exports,
  • - August, 730
  • - February, 204
  • - September, 806
  • - November, 991
  • Improvements, 1909, 891
  • — Suggested, 794
  • Incorrect Spring Forks, 232
  • India, Motor Cycling in, 493
  • In Praise of a Passenger Motor Cycle, 370
  • Interesting Horizontal Engine, 161
  • Inverted Levers on Handle-bar, 1013
  • Is the Tricar Dead? 725, 742, 836
  • Jack-no-skid, 400
  • Jacob’s Trembler, 493
  • Jaffa to Jerusalem by Motor Cycle, 668
  • J.A.P. 9 h.p. Engine, 452
  • — Gudgeon Pin Fixing, 723
  • Jarrott Cup, 992
  • Jeimess Carburetter (patent), 226
  • Jones Handle-bar Speedometer, 90 1
  • — Speedometer, 381
  • Kempshall Tyre for Motor Cycles, 947
  • Knight Engine for Motor Cycles, 853-6
  • Knocking in Motor Cycle Engines, 430
  • Lamps for Motor Cycles, 797, 818
  • Lancashire M.C.C., 388, 405
  • Last Run of the Season, 872
  • Laurin and Klement Motor Cycles, 561 Post Office Sidecar, 831
  • Laviosa Autocicletta. 239
  • Leader 7 h.p. Brooklands Racer, 413
  • LEADERETTES—
  • Ten Years’ Progress—The Tourist Trophy Race, 1
  • Lubrication—Motor Cycles for Industrial Purposes, 19-20
  • Mixed Clubs—The Motor Cycle Buyers’ Guide. 57
  • The Dust Nuisance, 76
  • Affiliation of Motor Cyclists, 113-4
  • Motor Cycle Taxation. 155-6
  • The Affiliation of Motor Cyclists. 173-4 The Future of Motor Cycling. 191-2 F.A.M. and the End-to'-end. 209-10 Exclusion of Dust—The New Patents Act. 227
  • The Motor Cyclist's Ideal—The A.C.U. Council Meeting-- 247
  • The Motor Cyclist s Ideal, 267
  • The Affiliation Question—M.C.C. Interclub Team Trial—Motor Cycle Finish, 287-8
  • American Amateur Denninon—Through Routes, 307
  • Unattached Riders—TL. r c- heme— Handicap ping lands, 327-8
  • Unattached Riders — An Associates' Doctors Aaree. 373 by
  • Mathilir in Competition— i ~Records.. 451-2
  • p: are Liid_ 4 -
  • Butsni^n— Popping,"’
  • The End-to-end Tr=< 527
  • T-^ Machines ’ - - - -A.?1 -- 2j TT TX- R.^_
  • - T-T- Prrze Fund. S5<<
  • -UU _ - - V: - < - — .
  • Inures.
  • Tracer—The T.T_
  • Lee’s Adjustable Pulley, 913
  • Lewisham A.C., 186
  • — — Open llill-climb, 280
  • Liddell’s Belt Fastener (palent), 58 1
  • Liepzic, Race Meeting nt, 519
  • Light Four-wheeler, 549
  • Lightweight Motor Bicycles, 45
  • Question, The, 707, 7 13, 763, 878
  • Lightweights for Ladies, 308
  • Lincoln Elk Motor Bicycle, 17 1
  • Lincolnshire M.C.C., II, 29, 19, 105. 126, 150, 221, 322, 409, 48-1, 50 1, 522, 751-2
  • Littlewood Challenge Trophy (illustration), 551
  • Liverpool M.C., 67, 167, 636, 788, 790, 1033
  • Lloyd’s Automatically Variable Pulley, 7^5
  • L.M.C. Lightweight Twin, 919
  • London-Land’s End-London, 623
  • London to Edinburgh and back, 198 on a Lightweight, by 11. G. ('uvc, 518 Run of 1907, 96, 120, 110
  • Preparations for t he, 380
  • — Plymouth and back in a sidecar, (157
  • Longuemare Carburetter, A New, 713
  • Low-priced Motor Bicycle, A, 174
  • Lubrication, by Victor VV. Page, 982
  • — of Bearings, 823 Luggage Carriers, 325
  • Lycett’s Rubber Belt, Stand, and Carrier, 217 M
  • Mahon Disc Clutch, 1026
  • Macdougald Air Filter (patent), 620
  • Magneto Casing of Aluminium, 64 6
  • — Covers and Short Circuiting, 689, 726
  • — Experience, 723
  • — for 90° Cylinders, 856
  • — Ignition, by “ Geoffrey,” 146, 207, 232
  • — Manufacture, 878, 910, 935, 958, 967, 996
  • — Mystery, Another, 18
  • — Tip, 4
  • “Magnetos,” Lecture by Mr. Bennett before Members of the Liverpool MX'., 162
  • Magnet Motor Cycles, 156
  • Manchester M.C., 67. 408, 559, 615, 656, 790, 848, 1033
  • — Motor Show, 1032
  • Markt and Co.’s Compressometer, 4 1
  • Matchless Adjustable Belt Fastener, 516
  • — Four-wheeled Passenger Machine, 948
  • Maughan’s Mudguard Air Deflector
  • (patent), 74
  • Max Motor Bicycle, 968
  • McCulIuji’s Patent Sidecar, 689
  • Memories of a Summer Tour on a Motor Cycle 'full page illustration, 200
  • Mexican Post Office Sidecar 'iHn-r ration;, 831
  • Michelin Motor Cycle Tyres, 213
  • Middles trough and District MX X 167, 186, 541. 712, 751, 769. *28, 993 Midland Motorcyclist-, Inter-club Meet of, 672, 693
  • Mile a Minute 3i h-p. Machine, 752
  • Miller’s Completely Protected Machine, 820
  • Milligan - Side Attachment, 269
  • Minerva Motor Cycles for 1998, 255
  • Miniature Four-cylinder Engine, 490
  • Memories of a Summer Tour, 999
  • Monkey-on-rhe-^t kA Position, 943
  • Montgomery's Flexible Sidecar, 739
  • More aboi- -he Lightweight, by Mrs, Ed, Kennard, 605
  • — about 1 rscars. 889
  • Morgan'- '.mile riiencer patent 62u
  • Motor Cycles: at the Mar. Chester Show, H z Stanley Show, Paper by H. Cove Member- of the
  • Essex MX’.. 1*14
  • — D?ec'kIaEr'is 2-49
  • — Cycle for Bn-iness, The, 377
  • ’ m Warfare The, 171
  • Racing at ‘re Frac>co-Briti*h Ez- .. 477
  • Reccr-ls 1 ? ?'. 7 - t Ride fa B 17* 1^
  • Motorcycling Club A.G.M., 98, 126, 150 . 168, (594, 952, 1033
  • < losing Run, 847
  • Consumption Trial, 732, 770 Easter Tour, 321, 341
  • - London to Edinburgh Ride, 425, 446-7, 462 ~ — — — — -—Medal Winners. 502 “ — — — Land’s End and back Run, 614
  • Members Hill-climb, 362, 387, 398
  • — — — Opening Run to Brighton, 260
  • — Rules for Inter-club Team Trial, 303
  • — Seventh Annual Dinner, 994
  • —- — — Team Competition, 502, 520 Cup for 1909, presented
  • by The Motor Cycle, 1030
  • Motor Cycling for Health (being the Opinions of Medical Men who are Actual Users of Motor Bicycles or Tricars), 352, 379, 399, 459, 479, 494
  • — Ladies, 356
  • in West Africa, by A. G. Eldred,1004
  • — Cyclist and his Ambition, 688
  • — Cyclists’ Ideal, 355
  • — — The (Sup. to issue of Mar. 18th) Inferno, A, by “ The Gormand,” 1000 Meet at Richmond, Yorks, 321
  • — Union, Oxford Meeting, 710
  • Foreign Touring Facilities, 1032
  • Moto-Reve Improvements, 311
  • — Lightweight, 768 Motosacoche Hints, ;116
  • Mudlarking on a Lightweight, 841
  • Muratti Trophy Reliability Trials, 671, 692, 731
  • My Record Ride, bv Arthur W. Bentley, 679, 700, 720 A'
  • Naval Motor Club, 485
  • Newcastle and District M.C.C'.-, 67, 105, 240, 340, 447, 503, 541, 597, 616, 694, 711 752 ’828
  • - Motor Club, 105, 149, 203, 540,’636, 694, 712, 770, 847
  • Newfoundland Motor Cyclists (illustration), 29
  • Newman’s Valve Spring Attachment, 990
  • New York M.C.C. Endurance Run, 971
  • Nieuport Magneto, 961
  • Nine Thousand Miles against Time, 157
  • Non-corrosive Accumulator Terminal, 493
  • North Islington Conservative and Unionist M.C., 340
  • — Wales (full page illustration', 1029
  • — West London M.C.C., 29, 126. 149, 282,
  • 340, 423-4, 465, 484, 597, 828, 906
  • Nottingham and District M.C.C., 408, 536, 541, 560, 734, 769, 927, 976. 1013. 1033
  • N.S.U. Detachable Non-skid, 421 —? Cup presented to the Newcastle M.C.C., 569
  • — 8 h.p. Racer, 768
  • — Twin-cylinder Tricar, 953
  • Number of Motor Cycles, 1011
  • Nyasaland, Motor Cycling in, 963
  • OCCASIONAL COMMENTS, by “ Ixion ”—
  • Knocking on Hills—The Non-skid of the Moment—Dual Lamp Brackets—Tips for Winter Riding, 46
  • Compression Ratio in Twins—Sidecars and Spring Frames—An Eisemann Magneto Tip — A Complaint — Tall Talk, 64
  • Governing a Tricar Engine—Pedals and the T.T.—The Hill-climbing Ban, 81
  • R.O.M. Contact Breaker—A Gap in the Market—The Position of Magnetos— Overheating—Lubrication Details, 99
  • Magneto Records—The Hill-climbing Ban, 114
  • A Gap in the Market—Compression Meters—Carrying Tools, 142
  • A Case of Overheating—Those Whom the above May Help, 160
  • A New Type of Handle-bar Grip—Adjustable Magneto Contacts—The Date of the End-to-end—Other Points in the Regulations, 187
  • The Tyre Spoon Brake—An Extraordinary Experience—A Lubrication Point—Magneto Switches, 216
  • Handle Grips—Permanent Sidecars— Lamp Brackets—Mechanical Nipples for Bowden Wires, 235
  • Lightweights and the End-to-end — Worn Chains—Strange Experiences with Gudgeon Pin Screws, 250
  • R.O.M. Contact Breaker—Mr. Hooydonk and the Lightweights—Handle-bar Mirrors—Belt r. Chain—Power for Sidecars, 270
  • Lightweights on Grease—Some Magneto Improvements—Spring Forks and Side-slip—The End-to-end Record,292 Sidecars in the End-to-end—A Weird
  • Experience—Kit of Spanners, 312 Hooter Clips—The Riley Gear Box—
  • Another Twin-cylinder Puzzle, 333 Gudgeon Pins Adrift—Improvements to
  • the 9 h.p. Riley—Fitting an Accelerator, 376
  • Rubber Belts—Fasteners for the same —A Suggestion in Quadcars—The Hill-climb of the Year, 400
  • The Importance of Details—Overheating and Oil—An Ideal Carburetter, 419 Leaky Inlet Domes—More “True”
  • Stories—A Point re Sidecars—Ladies' Motor Bicycles, 439
  • A Smart Accessory—Diagnosis—Petrol Filters—Belt Fasteners—Wanted, a Front Wheel Stand, 455
  • Tricar Improvements—My Ideal Carburetter—Knocking, 473
  • Front Wheel Stands—Tyres—Ladies’ Motor Bicycles, 495
  • Belt Fasteners—The End-to-end—Footrests Fouling Ground—A Good Gear —Abnormal Engine Conditions, 512 A Magneto Tip—Cams on Aged Machines • —Wait till the Solution is “ Tacky,”
  • 537
  • rests—Carriage of Spare Parts—Clay Bank—Worn Cylinders, 555
  • Gear Power—My Lubricating Record— Preignition and Plugs, 581
  • Tyre Pumps-—Brakes for Chain-driven Machines—Accessible Cylinders, 599
  • Magneto Belt Crank—Spare Belt Carriers —Front Forks without Girders, 606
  • Tacky Solution—An Interesting Panne — Our Discoveries — Another Discovery, 626
  • A Plethora of Belt Fasteners—Lightweights in the End-to-end—Belts and Tyres on Lightweights, 649
  • An American Motor Cycling Function— Elimination in Motor Cycle Trials — Lightweights in Trials, 664
  • Cyclometer Fitting—Worn Bell Cranks on Magnetos—An Appeal to the Industry, 684
  • Audible Warnings—Petrol Levels — A Quick Cure for Choked Jets, 703
  • Variable Pulley Gears—Stripped Timing Gears—Petrol Spraying Out of Air Inlets, 728
  • The Best Sidecar—Ignition for Lightweights—Why not 31 h.p. Twins ?— Footrests and Pedals — Two-piece Valves, 738
  • A Lamp-securing Tip—Adjust Contacts with Engine Running—Hard Lines, 765 Specification for a 3 4 h.p. Twin-cylinder —The Value of Racing—A Sweating Petrol Tank, 778
  • Pulleys—Twins
  • Pistons—Float
  • Finality—Colour Finishes—Slump—The Tricar of the Future, 945
  • Running with the Wind—Hill-climbing in Cevlon—Ingenious Carburetters— The Silent Knight Engine—Vaporising of Lubricating Oil, 969
  • Front Stands -Accessories- Things we Overlook—Pocket Toolkits Transmission—A 1909 A.O I V 9X7
  • Handle-bar Control Multiple Jet Carburetters Night Road Dangers, 1007 A New Exhaust Valve Lifter Motor tricycles—Tricar Gear Boxes Exhaust Whistles, 102X
  • Olieslagers—the Champion Motor Cvcli-t of the World, 97
  • Olympia Industrial Vehicle Show, 262
  • — Motor Exhibition, 904
  • Organisation of Motor Cyclists, 31, 59 s
  • O.T.A.V. Runabout, 706
  • Outside Flywheels, 36, 412
  • Our Historic Highways, 348, 374
  • Overalls, Suggested Waterproof, 513
  • Overheating, by IL W. Ayton, 271
  • Ovington, E. L„ Visits the Stanley Show. 972
  • Palmer Trophy presented to the York County M.C.C., 480
  • Paris Salon 1908 974
  • Interesting Accessories at the Paris Salon, 979- 980-1
  • Passenger Machines at the Stanley, 962
  • Stanley Show 1908
  • BAT 1909 at the Stanley Show, Nov 1908
  • Arnell’s Skid and Emergency Brake— Charlton’s Two-speed Gear, 38
  • Maughan’s Mudguard Air Deflector - Peugeot, Huber, and Lostalot Two- stroke Engine, 74
  • Clarke’s Two-speed Gear—Robinson’s Automatic Variable Speed Pulley, 92
  • Perilliard Motor Wheel—Sibley’s Spring Fork, 112
  • Triumph Two-speed Gear, 134
  • Robinson’s Belt-tensioning Device, 172 Cairn’s Variable Pulley—Jenness Carburetter, 226
  • Calvert’s Two-speed Gear and Clutch - Holland’s Variable Jet Carburetter Green’s Detachable Air Tube, 266 R.O.M. Contact Breaker—Harris Chain Non-skid — Storey and Parker’s Governor, 286
  • Powell’s Two-speed Gear Hub Howard’s Governor, 508
  • Barnes Infinitely Variable Gear—Bour’s Gear and Free Engine—Liddell's Belt Fastener, 584
  • Arendt Passenger Attachment—Gobiet and Peugeot Engine—Macdougald Air Filter—Morgan’s Simple Silencer— Tanner’s Expanding Pulley, 620
  • Bergin’s Chain—Elleham Motor Bicycle —Haigh’s Variable and Free-engine Pulley—Rake’s Pulley and Belt Adjuster—Rawson’s Spring Saddle Support, 658
  • Gabriel Mechanical Horn—Readhead’s Two-speed Gear—Carter’s Variable Pulley—Huttel’s Front-driven Tricar —Collyer’s Exhaust Silencer, 676
  • Mark’s Spring Fork—Hughes Spring Wheel Suspension—Wall's Live Axle Two-speed Gear—Brown’s Variable Pulley—Advance Adjustable Pulley —Krentzberger’s Automatic Carburetter, 774
  • Lassen’s Electrically-driven Tricycle— Wade’s Valve Mechanism for Twin Engines, 832
  • Craig’s Butted Air Tube—De Dion- Bouton’s Big Ends for Twins — Longuemare Carburetter — Price’s Stand—Fagard’s Carburetter, 852
  • Bond’s Saddle—Cheesman’s Adjustable Belt Fastener—Silver and Priest’s Single Lever Carburetter—Cristiani’s Silencer—Pickles Variable Pulley, 998 Path of the Magneto Current, 928
  • Pembrokeshire A.C., 791
  • Perilliard Motor Wheel (patent), 112
  • Personal Factor in Driving, 630
  • Perth and District M.C.C., 341, 408, 427. 465, 751, 992
  • Peter Union Tyres for 1909, 1026
  • Petrol Gauges, 787
  • Petter’s Piston Ring, 832
  • Peugeot, Huber, and Lostalot Two-stroke Engine (patent), 74
  • Phelon and Moore Motor Bicycle, 988
  • Phenomobile Three-wheeled Passenger Machine, 437
  • Photography and Motor Cycling, 364 Piston Design, 1016
  • Points of Interest, 621-2 Point to Point, 1019
  • Portmarnock Speed Trials. 113. 535. 672, 694. 731
  • Portsmouth Naval Otlleers Ashore, 7 IS position of the Magneto. 61 I
  • Possibilities of a Light Triear. 887
  • Powell's Two-speed flear, 508, 875
  • Trial of. 949
  • Powerful Pacing Machine, 890 Premier \ll-British Magneto. 913
  • 3J h.p. Motor Bicycle. 921
  • Motor Co.'s Spare Air Tube Carrier, L>.> Headlight. 59
  • Tubular Luggage Carrier and Stand. 14.'
  • Preparations for tho End-to-end. by B. 11. Cavies. 135
  • Winter. 869
  • Problem to be Solved. .’>26. .'>33. ooo. ->83. 861. 87'3. 936. 961
  • Pyrenees. A Eew Days in the. 268, 289
  • Quadrant 1909 Engine. 866
  • Kake's Pullev ami Belt Adjuster (patent), 6?8
  • Lawson's Spring Saddle Support (patent).
  • 658
  • Record Breaking at Canning Town. 31 I
  • Repair. A Good, 838
  • Reply to Mr. Hooydonk. by “ lxion." 197
  • Revocation of British Patents Worked Abroad. 236
  • Hex Exhaust Ports, 80
  • Sundries Stocking Scheme. 87.» Triear for the End-to-end. 121
  • Rhodesia, Motor Cycling in. 518
  • Riche's " Snap ” Terminal. 998
  • Richmond and District M.C.C.. 281. 510,
  • 580, 615, 672. 847-8. 952
  • Riding Hints. 218. 288
  • Rigid Sideear Improvement, 10 18
  • Ripault’s Terminal. 678
  • Road Dangers at Night. 1015. 1031
  • Roadster Motor Bicycles at the Stanley.938
  • Robinson’s Automatic Variable Speed Pulley (patent), 92
  • Belt-tensioning Device (patent), 172
  • Roe Bicycle and Sideear. with extra Child's Seat, 735
  • Motor Bicycle for Governor of f’ganda, 738
  • Speed Gear. .14
  • Rotherham to Scarborough and back, 811
  • Round the World Tour on a Motor Cycle, 696
  • Run on a Eour-eylinder E.N., 513
  • Round the North of Caithness, 637
  • Ruthardt Motor Cycle Magneto, 517
  • Saddle Position. 750
  • Sally, A Pour-year-old, 1008
  • Sarolea Engines for 1908, 566
  • Scarborough M.C.C., 828
  • Schmidt’s Simple Two-steed Gear. 639
  • Scottish Motor Cyclists' Meet, 617
  • Scott Two-stroke Motor llieyele. 682
  • Selection of Gear Ratio, by A. G. Lee. B.Se. 231. 251
  • shadows Before. 876
  • Sheffield ami llnllamshhe M.C.C.. 67, 522, 5 14.976
  • Sibley s Spring Pork (patent), 112
  • Sideears. 15. 34. 71. 1035
  • and Wind Resistance, 604 3J h.p. Machines, 491
  • Single Gears, 4 11
  • Sidecar Question, 311
  • I he, by Douglas Leechman, 950
  • sinnus British Magneto, 1018 single r. Twin-cylinder Machines, 802
  • sirdar Motor Cycle Tyre, 1022 sirens. Whistles, and Cut-outs, 709
  • Six Hours' World's Record Broken by (). C. Godfrey, 1021
  • Southampton and District M.C.. "70
  • South-eastern tutoOvelo Association, 615, 693
  • Southend and District M.C.. 150. 993
  • Southern M.C., 504, 71 1, 731, 810 Speedometer, A Novel, 52
  • Speedometers, S93
  • Spring Handle-bar, Allen’s. 9S6
  • Number of The Motor ('i/elc, May 6th Wheel Sideear. 757
  • Stadium. Motor Cycle Racing at the, 183
  • Standardisation of Rims, 583
  • Standard Machines in Hill-climbs, by B. H. Davies, 660. 681. 715, 721
  • Stanger's Four-cylinder Engine. 190
  • Stanley Show Gleanings, 9 16
  • Motor Cycles and Accessories at the.
  • Report, 915
  • Opening Ceremony, 926
  • Statistics of Machines exhibited, 91 I
  • Views of the Exhibits in the Agricultural Hall, 939
  • Starting under Difficulties, 1025
  • Stephenson's " Reliance " Sparking Plug, 277
  • Stevenson's Valve Spring Lifter, 779
  • Stockport and District M.C.C., 323. 7 12. 751. 848, 976
  • Stokes Bros.' Double Lamp Bracket. 232
  • Street Sweeper, 840
  • Sunderland and District M.C.C., 67. 127. 522, 596, 616, 927, 993
  • Sur la Rotite a Day's Kun of 255
  • Miles, by “ Bougie." 3
  • Surrey Motor Cycle Club, 11. 409
  • Sutton Bank (Vorks). Contour of, 377
  • Tandem Motor Bicycles, 858
  • Tanner’s Expanding Pulley (patent ', 620
  • Tasmania, Motor Cycling Adventures in. 84 6
  • — Cyclists in. 91 I
  • Tasmanian Reliability Trial, 24-5
  • Taxation. Motor Cycle, 1006
  • Telco Cycle Coupler. 842
  • Tesama Tyre, 1026
  • Thirteen Stone r. Two llorse-power, 627
  • Thousand Miles Tour by Sideear, 719
  • Three Spiros Non-skid Tyre, 252, 516
  • Through many Lands by Motor Cycle, bv E. Al. Baxter, 514, 528
  • the Gale on a Tricar, 753
  • Trough of Bowland, 21 1
  • Tips for Triumph Riders, 771
  • Toolbag and Holster for Starting-handle, „ . 762
  • To Switzerland and Savoy bv Motor Cycle, 21, 42, 60. 78
  • Tour de France Reliability Trials, 402-3,
  • 418 louring Machines the Weight Question,
  • 397 on a Twin, by R. F. Duncan llindley.
  • Tourist Trophy Race, Entries, 710, 72!' 733 Notes, 80, 161. 692
  • Prize Fund, 746, 770 Report of Race, 74 7
  • Results at a Glance, 757
  • Suggestions. 16, 35, 807
  • to Private Owners, bv R. W, Ayton, 413
  • Trial of a Twin Rex. by B. H. Davies, 192
  • Triear Improvements, 4 28
  • The Most Powerful, 972
  • Tour in Cuba and Florida, 759
  • Tricars : Dead, Living, and Unborn," Paper read by B. H. Davies before Members of the Auto Cycle Union. 883 tor Industrial Purposes. 398
  • Triumph Motor Cycles in the End-to-end Run, 591
  • Triumph Improvements Nov 18th, 1908. Page 898
  • Two-speed Gear (patent), 13 1
  • Triumph Co.'s Balance Shoot, 8(15
  • Troubles of a Novice, 316
  • Tuning-up for the End-to-end, 501)
  • Two-Speed Goars and Freo-engino Clutches, 216
  • Twin-cylinder Bicycle, 1002
  • Two-stroke Engine Design, 170, 208
  • Engines and Formula in llill-elhnbs, 761. 80|
  • Two Years’ Experience of the Twin Vindee, by B. H. Davies. 727
  • Tyros, Motor Cycle, 782
  • Unattached Hiders. 390. 130. 119
  • United Motor Industries Petrol Conveyor.
  • Units (’oupling, 553
  • Universal Piston Hing Hemover and Valve Spring Lifter. 18
  • University of Birmingham M.C., 1033
  • Unwin's Hinged Footboard. 58 1
  • Using other People's Property. 511
  • Valve Lifters for Twin Peugeots, 237
  • Variable Gears as an Aid to Tratlie Hiding.
  • 683
  • — — at the Stanley, by B. 11. Davies, 23 for Motor Bicycles, Paper read by
  • Mi'. .1. Van Hooydonk before Members of the Auto Cycle Union. 7. 26, 90
  • (letters), 189
  • Variety Stage. The Motor Cycle and the,367
  • Victorian M.C.C. 100 Milos Championship,
  • 590
  • Viennese Lady Motorcyclist. 107
  • VindeC Bunabout. 9 15
  • Wakefield M.C.. 637, 8 17
  • Walker's Gear for Four-cylinder F.N.. 713 " Hotary ” Passenger Machine, 902
  • Wall's Two-speed Gear and Freo-engino, 581
  • Walthamstow M.C., 50 1. 522. 596, 770, 993
  • Warren's Bolt Cleaner, 723
  • Warrington M.C.C., 1013
  • Warr’s Home-made Passenger Machine. 1022
  • Wear on Motor Cyclo Cylinders, 990
  • Welsh A.C., 161
  • West Africa, Motor Cycling in, 100 1
  • — Essex A.C., 580 r
  • Western District M.C. (London), 19. 150, 221, 126, 503, 559, 751, 8 17, 1033
  • What does the Lady Hider Want ! by Mrs. Edward Kennard, 2
  • it feels like to be an Expert, by S. W. O. Lon Head, M.Lt’.E.. etc., etc., 350
  • Which is the best Sidecar I 813-1 Organisation shall 1 .loin I 58
  • Wind Screen for Motor Bicycles, 16
  • Winter Hiding. Some Notes on, 82!)
  • Winter's Spin in North Derbyshire, 196
  • Woodford Meet. Decorated Motor Cycles at the. 501
  • Worcestershire M.C.C., 19. 339, 503, 523, 769. 822, 829, 817, 906
  • Word of Advice, 158
  • York County M.C.C.. 19, 88. 201, 389, 523.
  • Yorkshire Legend, A, by II. H.T.. 191
  • Young's Twin-cylinder Lightweight. 523
  • Vuletide (full page illustration), 1009
  • Zenette a Now Model, 837
  • Infinitely Variable Gear, 138

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