Today in Motorcycle History

Volta Sidecars

Several sidecars were to be seen outside the building. Among these we may mention the Delta, now known as the Volta, which was described in detail in the issue of June 3rd, 1920.

Car Type Tyres.

One of these machines was shown fitted with a 750 x 135 mm. oversize Palmer cord tyre. The sidecar is best known for its luxuriously fitted and elaborately equipped projectile-shaped body. Such a tyre as that referred to is practically unwearable, and greatly increases the comfort of the passenger.

The Volta sidecar is sold by the Volta Sidecar and Accessories Co., 23, Westworth Road, Manor Park, London, E.12.

Olympia Show. The Motor Cycle, December 2nd, 1920.