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1905 The Motor Cycle: Index

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  • A.C.C. Consumption Trial, 795, 796
  • — End to End Run, 1110
  • — Penalty Run, 814, 835, 851
  • — Reliability Trials, 566, 632, 682, 698, 708, 729, 753
  • — Trial for Passenger Motor Cycles, 881, 893, 916, 917, 935
  • Accidents, Race Meeting, 855, 871, 946
  • — Six Months’ Motor, 325
  • Accumulators, Charging, 25
  • — The Care of, 786, 793
  • Across England on a Motor Cycle, 192
  • Adjustable Engine Pulley, 571
  • Affiliation Scheme, 107
  • Agricultural Hall Show, 271
  • Air-cooling Device, 153
  • Alcyon Motor Bicycle, 404
  • Aldington's Footrests and Footwarmers, 1071
  • — “Silent” Silencer 245
  • An Amateur’s Alterations, 347
  • Anglian Two-speed Gear, 287
  • Anti-sideslip Trials, 518, 544
  • Ariel Lightweight Motor Bicycle, 348
  • — on Trial, 1053
  • — Motor Bicycle on Trial. 133
  • Australian Motor Road Trial, 327
  • Austrian Eliminating Trials for International Cup Race, 499, 519
  • — Military Manoeuvres, 940
  • Auto Cycle Club A.G.M., 245, 265
  • — and Affiliation, 150
  • — Hill-climb, 348, 384, 392, 419, 428, 431, 584
  • — News, 74, 282, 451, 452, 514, 803, 902, 959, 1036
  • Autumn Motor-cycling Experience, 908
  • Away to the West, 1038
  • Aylesbury Motor Club, 450
  • Barnes Runabout, 254
  • — 12 h.p. Four-cylinder Tricar, 789
  • Barry Rotary-engined Motor Bicycle, 235
  • Bateman’s Double Frame, 378
  • Bates’s Spray Carburetter, 527
  • Beaumont Motor Club, 319
  • Belt Transmission, 550
  • Bexhill Race Meeting, 549, 555
  • Birdlip Hill, Contour Section, 694
  • Birmingham Motor Cycle Club, 780, 884, 938
  • — Dinner. 74, 432, 1098
  • Blackburn and District Motor Cycle Club, 858
  • Blackpool Motor Races, 695
  • Bloemfontein-made Sidecar, 293
  • Bowden Clutch and Two-speed Gear, 22
  • Bradbury Newspaper Carrier, 147
  • — Tricars, 962
  • Brighton Mitre Cycling Club, 384, 802
  • — Race Meeting, 648, 665
  • Bristol Bicycle and Motor Club, 884
  • Brooks’s Tricar Seat, 80
  • Brown Trophy, 611, 762
  • Brown’s Sheet Metal Frame and Tanks, 1054
  • Bury and West Suffolk Automobile Club, 802
  • — St. Edmund’s Sports, 384
  • Buxton Cycle and Motor Club, 535
  • Canning Town Motor Cycle Races, 386
  • Cardiff Cycling Club's Hill-climb, 795
  • — Motor Club, 403. 432, 511, 628, 762, 801
  • — Reliability Tour, 817, 822, 835, 885, 916
  • — to Maidenhead, 719
  • Care and Adjustment of Ball Bearings, 670
  • — of Accumulators, 786
  • — the Tricar, by B. H. Davies, 1057
  • Caster Wheel Sidecar, 175, 246
  • Catford Hill-climb at Westerham, 563, 585
  • Central Technical College Hill-climb, 510
  • Century Tandem, 151
  • Ceylon Motor Trials, 525
  • Charging Accumulator Queries, 460, 660, , 930
  • — Accumulators on the Road, 71
  • Chater-Lea Gear, 176
  • Chatham and District Motor Club, 836
  • C.I.E. Motor Bicycle, 368
  • Circuit des Ardennes, 721
  • Clark s Anti-vibratory Footrests, 825
  • Clayton's Footrests, 512
  • Coates’s Magneto, 893
  • Collapsable Tricar, A, 242
  • Compression, 841
  • Conversion of Bicycles to Tricars, The, 167, 185
  • J. J. Crowther, J.P., 1113
  • Conway (full page illustration), 409
  • Cordingley’s Show, 271
  • Cost of Motor Cycling, 573
  • Coventry Motor Club Dinner, 88, 319, 384, 646, 884
  • Craig’s Internal Combustion Engine, 528
  • Crispin’s Clutch and Gear, 114
  • Crystal Palace Show, 123
  • C.T.C. Easter Motor Cycle Tour, 381, 420
  • Dawes’s Six Days’ Ride, 603
  • Dictionary of Motor Cycling, 63, 89, 103, 127, 145, 164, 194, 218, 237, 260
  • Do Air-cooled Engines Overheat? 1037
  • Does a Magneto give More Power? 1.045, 1066, 1089
  • Doyle, Arthur Conan, at Work and at Play, 189, 209
  • Durham Hill-climb, 802, 821
  • Durkopp Magneto Ignition, 81
  • Dust-laying Composition, 472
  • Dyas Two-speed Gear, 225
  • Easter Motor Cycle Run in North Wales, 316
  • Easter Motor Cycle Touring, 359
  • Easter Touring (snapshots), 369
  • Edinburgh Motoring Club, 383, 780, 813
  • Edinburgh Show, The 211
  • Editor's Christmas Card (full page illustration), 1101
  • Effect of Loosely and Well-fitted Pistons, 845
  • Eisemann Magneto Query, 461
  • — Hint to Users of, 468
  • Eland Tricar, 975
  • Electric Headlights, 636
  • Electrical Exhibition at Olympia, 880
  • — Notes from the Shows, 1031
  • Ellingham's Exhaust Valve, 1118
  • Ellin's Hack Saw, 39
  • English Hour Record Broken, 639
  • — v. French Motor Cycle Records, 33
  • Essex Beaumont Motor Club, 404, 471, 821, 858
  • Exhaust Cut-outs, by G. A. S,, 4
  • — Pipes, Concerning, 1052
  • — Valve Lifters, Hints on, 988
  • Experiences with a Converted Roadster, 512
  • Fee Motor Bicycle, 944
  • Force Carburetter The, 203
  • Forecast of the Shows, 977 .
  • Foreign Touring, Hints on, 8
  • Fouillaron Chain Belt, 72
  • Four-cylindered Motor Cycles, 75
  • Frame Design, 643
  • Franklins Air-cooled Engine, 1073
  • French Motor Cycle Trials, 480
  • — Notes, 838
  • — Tricar Trials, 795, 824
  • Fuge Starting Stand, 72
  • Fuller Charging Battery, 176
  • Fulmen Accumulator, 797
  • Gaillon Hill-climb. 928
  • Gaining Power, 725
  • German Engine and Combined Carburetter, . 1069
  • Glanell's High-tension Magneto, 11
  • Glasgow Motor Cycle Club, 403, 470, 747, 885
  • Goodlad’s Speedometer, 972
  • Green’s Combined Jacket and Radiator, „ 971
  • Greenwoods Variable Pulley, 704
  • Guenet Trembler Coil, 26
  • Gunton Spring Frame, 290
  • Gunton Sidecarriage, 968
  • Hallamshire Motor Cycle Club, 319, 609, 646, 780, 1063
  • Hardy Tricar, 459
  • Harper’s Two-speed Gear, 310
  • Harris’s Silencer and Springing Arrangement, 728
  • Hayes’s Non-skid Device, 45
  • Hertfordshire Automobile Club, 858
  • Herts Motor Club, 358, 404
  • Hewitt Spray Carburetter, 203
  • High-tension Magneto, 11
  • — Ignition, 229, 252, 304, 326
  • Hill-climbing Challenge, 868, 887, 926, 946, 982
  • — Trial on Westerham, 939
  • Hints on Charging Accumulators, 610 Hobart Trade Tricar, 867
  • Holding’s Leg Covering, 327
  • — Waterproof Trouser Overalls, 934
  • Holiday Tour, 439-441
  • — Touring, 416
  • Hollington’s Variable Pulley, 1082
  • Hopkins’s Spring Frame Tricar, 1054
  • Horse-power Calculation, 1068
  • Hour Record in France, 1107
  • Hull and District A.C., 669, 762
  • Humber Footwarmer, 225
  • — Two-speed Gear, 136
  • Humorous Drawing, 1059
  • Hydra Cup Race, 336
  • Ilford Motor Club, 358, 511, 606, 780, 801, 859
  • Imports of Motor Cycles, 1106
  • Impressions of the Stanley Show, 17
  • Improvements in Tricars, 911, 931
  • Improving Surface Carburetters, 268
  • — the Motor Bicycle, by Geoffrey, 979
  • Increasing Power of Engine, 334
  • Indian Two-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 902
  • Induction Coils for Ignition, 984
  • International Auto Cycle Cup Race, French
  • — Eliminating Trials. 540, 558
  • — The, 270, 287, 320, 333, 475, 575, 682, 1036
  • — Trials Course, 361
  • — Cup Race, Dinner to 1904 Representatives, 196, 259, 261
  • — Federation of Auto Cycle Clubs, 37
  • Irish Motor Union Hill-climb, 625, 823 Isle of Man Trials, The, 545
  • Is Motor Cycling Declining ? 778
  • Janjard’s Spring Frame, 368 Juno Motor Cycles, 231
  • Karneli Motor Cycle, The, 99
  • Kennedy’s Generator, 459
  • Kent Variable Speed Gear, 609, 1118
  • Knaresborough (full page illustration), 241
  • Lady Motor Cyclists’ Page. 315, 366, 413, 615
  • — The Autobiography of a Motor Cyclist’s Wife, 207. 240, 259
  • — Pioneer. 365
  • Lagonda Tricar, 10-12 h.p.. 16. 148, 149
  • Lake and Elliot’s Express Stand, 378, 865
  • Lamps and Clothing for Winter Motor Cycling. 934
  • — on Tricars, 923
  • Latest Use for Motor Cycles, 616

LEADERETTES

  • 1905 Motor Cyclo Trials, 1, 27
  • A Dissertation on Vibration, 2
  • The New Competition Story, 2
  • Tricars in France — The Motor Cycle Trials, 53, 54, a 5
  • The Cost of Motor Cycle Trials—One Machine, Two Drivers, 54
  • The Trials Question, 73
  • 29,000 Motor Cyclists—The X.C.C. and Affiliation—Touring Facilities, 95, 96
  • Motor Cycle Clubs, 115
  • Multi-cylinder Engines—Long Live the Motor Cycle, 137
  • Hotel Welcome — Everlasting Weight Question, 160
  • Advertising the Motor Cycle, 183
  • Where are the Sportsmen ?—The Event of the Year, 205
  • Motor Cycling for Ladies, 206
  • The Lightweight Bicycle Trials, 227
  • Tricar and Voiturette Engines—Motor ?Cycle Notes, 227, 228
  • Clubs and the Industry—Gymkhana Tricks, 249
  • The Team Competition, 269
  • The Ruling Body — A Step towards Perfection — The Requisite Refinement, 292
  • The Motor Cycling Club’s Team Competition—The Auto Cycle Cup Race Fund—More Motor Cycle Notes, 313, 314 Engine Dimensions, 335
  • Twin-cylinder Engines, 357
  • Hill-climbing, 379
  • What Constitutes a Touring Machine ? 380
  • Vibration—Companionability — M.C.C. Run to Edinburgh—Public Spirited Enterprise, 402
  • A.C.C. Hill-climb and its Lessons, 425
  • Contradictions of Misleading Reports, 465
  • The Success of the Motor Cycle, 509
  • A Comparison of Speeds 553
  • Trials for Two-seated Motor Cycles, 554
  • Motor Cycle Competitions or June, 597
  • The M.C.C. Team Competitions 619
  • The Number of Motor Cycles — The Demand for Accessories—The Auto Cycle Club’s Annual Trials, 642
  • Coming Events—A Separate Weight Limit for Tyres, 663, 664
  • Motor Cycle Tju’e Rims—The Number of Motor Cycles—Road Dangers—The No-silencer Brigade, 686
  • The A.C.C. Trials—The Tricar Class, 707
  • Lessons from the Trials. 751
  • The Little Gordon-Bennett—A Suggestion, 771
  • Motor Cyclists and the Royal Commission, 772
  • Official Weights, 791
  • The Difference, 792
  • Design and its Effect on Vibration, 793
  • Road Dangers — L’Entente — Motor Cycle Tyre Rims, 812
  • L’Union Fait la Force, 951
  • The Stanley Show—Looking Ahead— Passenger Motor Cycles—Two-speed Gears, 969
  • The International Cup Race, 989 Efficient Silencers—Silencers and Lubrication, 1055, 1056
  • The Truth about Motor Cycles — An Increase among Foreign Firms, 1012 A Motor Cycle Show—An Important Matter—A Sign of the Times, 1035
  • The Paris Show, 1075
  • Leechman’s Sidecar, 290
  • Leeds Motor Cycle Club, 1064, 1076
  • Lewisham Motor Club (illustrations), 545, 938
  • Life of a Belt, The, by Caradoc, 4
  • Liverpool Cycle and Motor Show, 231, 264
  • Trade Association’s Sports, 821
  • — - Motor Club, 275, 319, 669, 836, 902, 938
  • — University Motor Club, 646
  • London Autocar Co. s Spring Fork", 808
  • — to Edinburgh Run, 531, 566
  • — by a Competitor, 536
  • Looking Ahead, 469
  • Luck ! 410
  • Lyric Tricar, 975
  • Mabon Free Engine Pulley and Friction Clutch, 803
  • Macquire Sparking Plug, 874
  • Magneto Ignition, 229, 252, 304, 326, 351, 370, 688
  • — for Two-cylinder V Type Motors, 856
  • Main and Co.’s Sidecar, 564
  • — Twin-cylinder Engine, 600
  • Manchester Motor Club, 275, 403, 446, 447, 669, 780, 858, 915
  • — Dinner, 1097
  • — Show, 168
  • Manx Automobile Club Hill-climb, 801
  • March’s Double Cooling Fan, 1054
  • Markt and Co.'s Portable Stand, 527
  • Martin and Newby's Ariel Agency, 206
  • Martin’s Belt Fastener, 26
  • Matchless Tricar, 887
  • — Twin-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 978
  • Medical Aspect of Motor Cycling, 375
  • Merington's Detachable Forecar, 26
  • Methods of Locking Nuts, 1088
  • Milk Purveyor’s Tricar, 105
  • Millington and Everitt’s Ignition Devices, 310
  • Minerva Two-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 856
  • Mitchell’s Variable Speed Gear, 762
  • Mogg, Pym, and Witcombe’s Oil Pump, A 1074
  • Montgomery Sidecar, The, 629
  • Month on the Road, 262, 280. 302
  • Moreton’s Footrest Device, 1074
  • Motor Bicycle de Luxe, The, 448, 565
  • — Bicycling in Winter, 891
  • — Cycle Competitions for 1905, 346
  • — Pacing and Racing at Brighton, 656 Ride in A.D. 2005, 1099
  • — Tyre Rims, 826
  • — Union of Ireland, 341, 404, 432, 470, 546, 562, 699, 713, 802, 821, .823,. 859
  • Portmarnock Races, 405, 520, 879
  • — Cycles as Wanted by Ladies, 717
  • — Cycling Club, 885, 959
  • — A.G.M., 107, 606
  • Albert Brown Trophy Competition, 900
  • — and the Affiliation Scheme, 66, 567
  • — Consumption Trial, 915
  • — Fourth Annual Dinner, 1097
  • — Inter-club Run.. 445, 446
  • — Intel--team Competition, 301, 718, 806
  • — London to Edinburgh Run, 514, 531
  • — News, 215, 384, 450, 694, 782, 1030
  • — Opening Run, 291 Passenger Trial, 589
  • — 24 Hours’ Trial, 687
  • — 200 Miles Trials for Reeves Cup, 467
  • — 100 Miles Reliability Trial, 517
  • — for Health, 620
  • — Ladies 13
  • — in India, 8 41
  • — Wales, 86
  • — Winter, 921
  • — Did It,” “ The, by Mrs. Edward Kennard, 1108
  • — Union and Motor Cyclists, 52
  • —- The Royal Commission, 794, 815
  • — The, A.G.M., 287
  • Mudguarding Motor Cycles, 40
  • Mudguards, 364
  • Muratti Cup Competition, 562, 611, 654
  • My First Motor Cycle Ride, 635
  • — Motor Bicycle, by Suburban, 766
  • — Prize Motor Bike, 1060, 1080, 1102
  • — Strange Conversion, by “ Chain Drive,”
  • New Bicycle, The, 340
  • Non-skid Device, 21
  • Norman Gear, 977
  • North-eastern Automobile Association, S02
  • North London Motor Cycle Club, 358, 450
  • Notes for Novices, 786, 793, 878, 965, 1040, 1072, 1115

NOTES FROM FRANCE—

  • Influence of Trials on Design—Fighting a Morbid Craze—Fixing a Standard. 187
  • The International Cup Machines —? Wired-on Tyres, 391
  • The French Reliability Trial — International Cup Advice—How to Fix Wiring, 424
  • The International Cup—The Course— Anzani the Favourite, 484
  • Forecast of the French Eliminating Trials. 521
  • The Motor Cycle World’s Championship —More Motor Cycle Races in France, 602
  • Chat with Olieslaegers—A Successful Tiers de Litre, 623
  • Circuit des Ardennes, 748 Third of a Litre Trial, 864
  • Chateau-Thierry Hill-climb, 877
  • Dourdan Race Meeting, 899
  • Gai lion Hill-climbing Competition — Cissac Ties with De Caters, 928
  • Novelist as a Motor Cyclist, An Eminent, 189, 209
  • Novel Motor Attachment for Bicycles, 591
  • Nowshera to Delhi, 397
  • N.S.U. Engine Pulley and Clutch, 678
  • — Motor Bicycle, 353
  • — Twin-cylinder Motor Bicycle, 380 Numbers of Motor Cycles Registered, 143.
  • — in France, 815

OCCASIONAL COMMENTS, BY IXION

  • Light v. Heavy Tricars—Power and Comfort—Three Classes for Tricars— Isle of Man Races, 12
  • Light v. Heavy Tricars—Cross-strains in the Gear Box, 38
  • Tricar Engines—The Motor Cycle a Deux — International Racing — The Dangers of Racing, etc., 59
  • Exasperating Troubles—Sidecar Champions—The Auto Cycle Club, 100
  • Spark Advance—Traffic Riding—Tricar Engines—April Trials, 121
  • International Auto Cycle Race—London Clubs, 149
  • Three-cylinder Motor Cycle Engine — The Up-to-date Century — Touring Tri ar Defined, 172
  • Minor Improvements—A South British Production—A Comparison of Cost, 188
  • Precipitous Country and Two-horse Power—An Absurd Fallacy—Variable Speed Gears—A Startline- Statement, 210
  • The Choice of a Second-hand Machine— Advertising Motor Cycling, 236
  • Colonial Business—Another Example, 255
  • Smooth or Rough Treads—Spring Deliveries—Prof. Callendar and the Light Tricar, 283
  • Gear Changing—The Sidecar — Design and Side-slip, 306
  • Mr. C. W. Brown on Tricars—Reverse Gears on Tricars—That Poor Maligned Back Wheel, 328
  • The A.C.C. Hill-climb—Tyres and Steering—A Syndicate to Beat France, 344 12 h.p. Racers—Clean Carburetters— Leggings, 345
  • Tricar Tirades—Tricars with a Reverse —Separate Acetylene Generators, 360
  • Luck—Rear Lights, 385
  • Machine First—Removing a Pulley — Correct Belt Pulleys, 408
  • Belt Transmission—The Colonial Market
  • 455 Separate Generators—Misleading Journalism—Passenger Machines, 474
  • Heavy Tricars—-Defect^—The Reverse on Tricars, 526
  • The Edinburgh Run—-What a 5 h.p. Tricar can do—A Reliable Wipe Contact, 559
  • Tricars Up-to-date — Affiliation—Vulcanising Tyre Repairs, 581
  • A Warning—Road Mending—Silencing a Twin-cylinder Tricar, 624
  • Advice on Ignition Items — Consular Reports—Colonial Riders, 657
  • Scare Headlines—Magneto Ignition — The M.and the A.C.C,, 672
  • Motor Bicycle Two-speed Gears—Twin-cylinder Engines, 673
  • Motor Cycling in Bloemfontein-—Magnetos for V Engines—Broken Piston Rings, 700
  • Tyre Measurements—Exhaust Valve Lifters on Tricars—Chain Adjustment on Tricars, 720
  • The Knell of Racing—A Weight .Minimum—The Practical Value of Speed, 744
  • Tricar Tyres—Two-speed Gears—Detail Improvements, 763
  • - The Royal Commission—Alterations Required—The Governing Body, 781
  • The Brown Trophy—Air-cooled Engines and Hot Climates—Motor Cycling Legislation, 800
  • .Another Ideal Motor Bicycle — Leaky Radiators—Magneto Adjustments — A Novel Tricar, 837
  • Club Race Meets in South* Africa—Carburetters—Tyres, 857
  • Rene Thomas’s Racer—Racing Positions—Doing One’s Own Repairs. 873
  • An Ignition Puzzle—The Novice at Sea —Driving Puzzles, 921
  • Newspaper Motor Cyclists—Low Frames —Brown and Barlow’s Carburetter, 955
  • Twin-cylinder Ignition—Defects of the Battery System on V Engines—Twin-cylinder Carburation, 976
  • Side-slip — Twin-cylinder Magnetos — Water-cooled Engines — The International Cup Race, 992
  • Tricars at the Stanley — Attractive Bicycles—The Colonial Market, 1032
  • Horizontal Engines for Tricars—Advantages of a Horizontal Engine—Loss of Power on Magneto Machines, 1013
  • Sociable Motor Cycles—Where the Tricar is Useless—The End to End Record, 1067
  • The 1906 End to End Run—A Crying Need—Docs a Magneto give More Power ? 1091
  • Air v. Water-cooling—The Ignition of the Future—Faking the Engine. 1105
  • Okill’s Two-speed Gear for Motor Cycles, 817
  • Olympia Show, 161, 1029
  • One v. Two-cylinder Engines, 600, 680
  • On Tour, by Arthur Candler, 47, 69
  • Ortona Motor Bicycle, 677
  • Osborn’s Four-speed Gear Pulley, 574
  • Oxford and District A.C., 432
  • Pace v. Gear. 415
  • Paris Automobile Salon, 1083
  • Peterborough and Counties Motor Club, 383
  • Peter’s Union Tyre, 527
  • Peugeot Racers, The, 761
  • — Twin-cylindered Motor Bicycle, 436
  • Phelon and Moore’s Motor Cycles, 820
  • Phoenix Lady’s Motor Bicycle, 367
  • — Open-frame Bicycle, 954
  • — Quad Car, 950
  • Phoenix Trimo 1905, 390
  • Pilkington’s Balata Belt, 808
  • — Canvas Belt, 22
  • — Non-skid, 203
  • Pioneer Lady Motor Cyclists, 365
  • Pole-finding Papers, 189
  • Pollitt and Smith’s Collapsable Tricar, 968
  • Popular Eastern Run, A, 318
  • Portsmouth Motor Gymkhana, 836
  • Possibilities of Magneto Ignition, 459
  • Preparing for the Road, by “Geoffrey,” 234, 256, 276, 298
  • Price’s Stand, 310, 948
  • Private Reliability Trial, 566, 603
  • Quadrant Climbs Birdlip Hill, 795
  • — 34 h.p. Motor Bicycle, 850
  • — Variable Gear, 136
  • Quart de Litre Record, 13
  • Racing Motor Cyclists, 972
  • Ratcliffe and Thorpe’s Spring Belt, 26
  • Reckless Driving, 365
  • Reliability Trials of the A.C. Seine et Oise, 184
  • Removable Pulley Flanges, 764
  • Renouf’s Variable Gear, 79
  • Resume of the Year’s Racing, 1058
  • Returning from a Christmas Morning Run, _ 1110
  • Rex Air-draught Cylinder, 574
  • — A Week’s Holiday on a, by “ Geoffrey,” 697
  • — 1906 Belt, 865
  • — Policy, 958
  • — Twin-cylinder Engine, 938
  • — Lady’s Motor Bicycle, 387
  • — Patents—Tandem Attachment, 71
  • — Spring Forks and Lamp Bracket, 798, 799
  • — Trophy. 407, 611
  • Rexette Gear, 528
  • — Springing, 728
  • — Twin-cylinder 8 h.p., 607
  • Riley 6 h.p. Twin-cylindered Tricar, o64
  • — — Bicycle, 893
  • Road Notices, 704
  • Roberts’s Electric Governor, 67 8
  • Robinson’s Flexible Drive, 1074
  • “Roll-up ” for Motor Cyclists, 527
  • Romance of Motor Cycling. 215
  • Rover Light weight, 713
  • Run Round Bath, 633
  • Scholley’s Sidecar, 114
  • Season’s Tricar Riding, 943
  • Semmering Hill-climb, 850, 863
  • Sharp’s Air-spring Tricar, 106
  • Sharpe’s Universal Repair Solution, 39
  • Shearing Dogs by Motor (illustration), 957
  • Sheffield and District A.C., 821, 859
  • Show Impressions, by B. H. Davies, 1078, 1095
  • — Statistics, 15
  • Side-slip. 1046
  • — Austrian Protection against, 971
  • Singer Lady’s Motor Bicycle, 315
  • — 1905
  • Singer Motor Bicycle, 179
  • Skegness Motor Cycle Races, 803
  • Smith’s Petrol Gauge, 225
  • — Tricar Seat, 22
  • Some (Motor Bicycles I have known, 1047
  • Southern Motor Club, 359, 385, 511, 606, 628, 646, 801, 836, 858, 1064
  • Staffs Auto Club, 403
  • Stanley Show 1905,
  • — Guide to Motor Cycles and Accessories Exhibited, 993
  • — Resume of Motor Cycles and
  • — Accessories Exhibited, 1015, 1049
  • Stephen’s Belt Fastener, 52
  • Story without Words, 412
  • Stratford-on-Avon (illustration), 675
  • Supplementary Exhaust Valve, A, 1073
  • Tandem Attachment, Experiences with a, 10
  • Tank Stopper, Filliol’s, 72
  • Test Case, An Important, 748
  • — of Coil and Accumulator, 670
  • Testing Valve Springs, 1103
  • Thames Valley M.C., 341
  • “That Mysterious Motor,” 3, 30, 56, 76, 108, 118
  • Three Years of Motor Cycling, 568
  • Through Europe on a Tricar, 831-834, 875, 906, 941, 960
  • — North Wales on a Single-geared Tricar, 818, 846, 860
  • Tips about Tricars, 479
  • Toboggan Tricar, 282
  • Tour of France, 434-436, 453, 481, 1077
  • — through Northern France, 125, 138
  • Touring in France, 652, 705, 759
  • Trade Tricars, 563
  • Transformation Scene, 1098
  • Trembler v. Non-trembler Coils, 197
  • Tresko’s Magneto Ignition, 52
  • Trial Run, A, by a Motorist’s Wife, 714
  • “Trials Men” on Ightham Hill, 773
  • — Notes, 738
  • Tricar and the Horizontal Engine, The, 692
  • Tricars and Bicars, 84, 85
  • — in France, 454
  • Triumph Motor Bicycle 1905, 11
  • Tunbridge Wells Sports, 549, 718
  • Twelve Months’ Experience with a Tricar, 673
  • Twentieth Century Lamp, 905
  • Twenty Thousand Miles on a Pedalless Machine, 798
  • Tyro’s Cheap Mount, A, 43
  • 336 Miles for Three Shillings. By B. H. Davies, 739
  • Universal-Paragon Silencer, The, 677
  • Uxbridge to Banbury and back, 952
  • Variable Motor Cycle Gear, Paper by Prof. Callendar, 154, 155. 181
  • Vienna Automobile Exhibition, 300, 329
  • — Motor Track Races, 881
  • Vim Brake, 704
  • Voelker and Pruegel’s Engine and Carburetter, 1069
  • Volunteer Motor Cycle Manoeuvres' in Wiltshire, 883
  • Wade and Jones’s Spring Handle-bar, 678
  • Wade’s Contact Breaker, 211
  • Walco Tricar, The, 282
  • Walthamstow Town Cycling and Motoring Club, 959
  • Warr’s Tandem Motor Tricycle, 804, 805
  • Warwickshire Automobile Club, 384, 628
  • Weather Guarding of Tricars, 41
  • Week’s Holiday on a Rex, A, 697
  • Weights of Motor Cycle Frames and Engines, 214
  • West Essex A.C., 916
  • — Herts Motor Club, 358, 628, 836
  • Westlake Engine, 343
  • Westlake Motor Bicycle, 214
  • What’s Wrong ? 371
  • Whittle’s Chain Belt, 774
  • Winter Motor Cycle Ride and a Test, 97
  • — Cycling, 896, 945, 947
  • — Hints on, 1048
  • Wiring a Twin-cylinder Engine, 1050
  • — Two-Array Switch, 244
  • — for Eisemann Magneto and Accumulator, both using Eisemann Coil, 1071
  • Woolwich, Plumstead, and District Motor Club, 358, 432, 470, 582, 588, 959, 975
  • World’s Motor Cycling Championship, 649. 676
  • Worthing Motor Carnival, 391
  • Would-be Buyer at the Show, 1044
  • Young’s Exhaust Cooler, 179
  • — Lady’s Motor Bicycle, 85

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