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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

1916 The Motor Cycle: Index Jan-Jun

From Graces Guide
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Note: This is a sub-section of The Motor Cycle

  • A.A. (letter), 331
  • A.B. 2% (letter), 457
  • Abbott, W. W. (verses), 530
  • A. B.C. 2X/2 h.p. Lightweight (description), 222
  • — Refinements in Latest Models, 259
  • — Sidecar, Mrs. Skidmore Riding (illus.), 304
  • A.B.C.’s for Egypt, 158
  • Able, Thos. (letter), 617
  • Abraham, George D. (articles), 343, 509
  • Accessibility, Difficulties in Removing a Gear Box, 365
  • Accessories, Review of Latest, 73, 237, 265
  • Acetylene Burner Cleaner, Terry’s, 237
  • — Lamps Converted for Electric Lighting, 239
  • Disadvantages of Too Much Tubing, 225, 331
  • Addenbrooke, H. St. V. (letter), 591
  • — H.S.W., Spring Frame, 181
  • Adderly, Father, of Birmingham, on Sidecar Trip, 122
  • Advertisement Value of Sidecarriers, 609
  • Advertising, American, 270, 390
  • Adventures of a Despatch Rider (review), 106
  • Aero Engine Developments and Effects on Motor Cycle Design, 177, 226, 396
  • After the War Motorist (letter), 260
  • Aitcheson, R. (letter), 20
  • A.K.B. (letter), 390
  • A.L.H. (letter), 18
  • Alignment, Sidecar, 198, 489
  • Allon (letter), 65
  • — Twin-cylinder Two-stroke (description), 562
  • All-weather Rider (letter), 19
  • Alms Hill Competition, R.F.C. Officers’ (illus.), 427
  • Aluminium (letter), 189
  • — Cylinders, G. Funck’s Design, 6
  • — Pistons, 243, 245, 286, 411
  • Amac Carburetter Modifications to Lessen Consumption, 316
  • Amateur Repairing, 271
  • Ambulance Trailer Attached to Motor Bicycle, 134
  • Ambulances, Sidecar, 116b, 204, 253
  • American Advertising, 270, 390
  • — Cycle Car, Art Smith’s, 118
  • — Despatch Riders’ Motor Cycles, 358
  • — Machines, Equipment of, 20, 40
  • — Novel Types of (illus.), 176
  • — — Removal of Cylinders on, Facilitating. 159
  • — Magneto Experiences, 119
  • — Manufacturers and Dutch Trade, 12, 60
  • — Motor Cycle Exports, 13, 304, 542
  • Machine Gun Outfit, Arthur Chapple’s, 157
  • Machine Gun Sidecars, 348
  • Anderson, C. J. (letter), 216
  • Angling Anecdotes and a Motor Cycle, 362
  • Anglo-Indian (letter), 360
  • Annamites on Douglas (illus.), 587
  • Another Subaltern (letter), 411
  • A.O.G. (letter), 64
  • Appeals of the National Savings Committee, 173, 185, 189
  • Arbuthnot, Bt., Sir R. K., Death of, 545, 568. 571
  • Argentine, Racing in the, 451, 586
  • Ariel Sidecars, 11
  • — Valve Grinder, 266
  • Armoured Cars and Sidecars, 371
  • — Motor Battery, No. 1 (illus.), 186
  • — 4th Light (illus.), 282
  • — 5th Light (illus.), 256
  • Army Service Corps, Women’s Work in the, 599
  • Arnold, J. S. (letter), 591
  • Artists, Motor Cycles for, 124
  • A.R.V.B. (letter), 388
  • Attachment. Shaw Motor, for Pedal Cycles, 284
  • Australia, Motor Cycles for, Requirements to meet Special Conditions, 7, 239
  • Australian Records, 111, 135, 185, 213, 232. 302, 382, 403. 431. 590
  • Austin Valve Tools. 356
  • Autobore (letter). 308
  • Auto Cycle Union, Annual Meeting, 328
  • — Report, 302
  • — Notes, 212
  • — Suggested Taxation Scheme, 432
  • Auto-Vac Petrol Economiser, 469
  • Auto-wheel in Holland (illus.), 2
  • Automatic Lubrication, 247
  • Auxiliary Cooling Devices, 48
  • AW 2713 (letter), 480
  • Backfiring in Two-stroke Crank Cases, 339
  • Back Stand Clip on Military Douglas, 278
  • Bailey, George (illus.), 611
  • Baker’s, Erwin G., Australian Records, 135, 185, 213, 302, 382, 403
  • Balancing, Engine, 417, 420, 486, 573
  • Ballnot, George (letter), 504
  • Bancroftian Gloves, 237
  • B. A.R.E. (letter), 20
  • Barnard, S. G. (letter), 525
  • Barnett, W. (letter), 504
  • Bass, E. J., Sergt. (illus.), 17
  • B.A.T. (letter), 616
  • Bate, Basil (letter), 190
  • Batten, H. Mortimer (letters), 42, 389
  • Batley, H. J., 494
  • Baxter, E., 468, 473, 611 Beck, E. (letter), 593
  • Bedford, Sub-Lt., in Russia, 500
  • Beginner’s 1,200 Miles Tour, 248
  • — Hints for, 478, 576
  • Belfast and North of Ireland M.C.C. Trial, 12
  • Belgian Despatch Riders (illus.), 174
  • — Red Cross, Douglases for the (illus.), 473
  • Bell Crank Lever, Intermittent Sticking of, 270
  • Bellingham, T. J. (letter), 117
  • Belt End Protector, Brown Bros., 356
  • — Fastener, Hexham, 332
  • Benfield, H. H. (letter), 20
  • Berlin, Racing in (illus.), 565
  • Beswick, C. (letter), 119
  • B.F.J.J. (letter), 411
  • Bianchi 3.5 h.p. Single-cylinder (illus.), 205
  • — 8 h.p. Sidecar Outfit, 556
  • Bicknell, Stanley F., Spring Frame, 181
  • Billposters, Sidecarriers used by (illus.), 616
  • Binks, Charles, and Two-stroke Carburation, 151
  • — Fuel, Tests of, 399, 436, 465, 538
  • — Ltd. (letters), 65, 436, 456
  • Birch, C. G. (letter), 118
  • Birdlip Hill, Deep Snow, Sidecar in, 260
  • Birmingham Light Machine Co. (letters), 117, 167, 216
  • — M.C.C. Easter Monday Trial, 253, 322, 385, 406, 419, 422, 428, 429, 438
  • Blackburn, L. (letter), 189
  • Black, Foster (illus.), 568
  • Blackmore, A. W. (letters), 435, 480
  • Blakeston, Anna (article), 599
  • Blakeway, J. B. (letter), 142
  • Blanchard Spring Frame, 332
  • Blaxland, Capt. J. B. (article), 271
  • Bleriot Electric Lamps, 594
  • Blythe, Osborne (letter), 361
  • Boating and Motor Cycling, Pleasure of, Combined, 126
  • Boat, Rowing, Detachable Motor for, 126
  • Body Shield, Chemico, 446
  • Bordesley Engineering Co. Ltd. (letters), 117, 167
  • Boston’s Belt and Protectors, 220
  • Bourcier, G. (letter), 288
  • Bowden Controls, 317
  • — Valve Grinder, 192
  • Bower, Frank, Home-built Cycle Gar, 315
  • Boyle, N., Jun. (letter), 42
  • Boylin, W., Overseas Recruit for M.M.G.S., 35
  • Bradbury 2% h.p. Single-cylinder, 205
  • Bradshaw, Granville E., on Cylinder Cooling, 298
  • Braking by Gear Changing, 176
  • Bramco, Ltd. (letter), 411
  • Brechin, Malcolm (letter), 412
  • Bristol M.C.C. Wounded Soldiers’ Run, 474
  • — Motor Cycle Club. 84
  • British Industries Fair, 188
  • Bromley, H. A. (letter), 571
  • Brooke, Mrs. M. (letter), 42
  • Brooker, J. W. G. (article), 316
  • Brooklands M.C.R.C. Meetings in 1916, 81
  • Brough, George, Special Sidecar Steered from Sidecar, 374, 435
  • — — Wedding. 614
  • — W. E., and C. (letter), .435
  • Brown and Barlow, Ltd. (letter), 413
  • — — — Two-stroke Carburetter, 175
  • Brown Brothers.’ Belt End Protector. 356
  • — — Footrests and Rubber Handle Grips. 265
  • — — H.T. Terminal, 356
  • — Petrol Primer, 517
  • — — Tail Lamp for Rear Guard, 416
  • — Motor Cycle in Cairo (illus,), 515
  • — R. E. (letter), 42
  • B.S.A. and Sidecar, Miss Elsie Hunting’s (illus.), 582
  • — in France (illus.), 302
  • — Lt. Bucton’s (illus.), 579
  • — Sidecarriers, Running Expenses, 622
  • — Struck by Shell Fire, 157
  • Bucton, A. S. (illus.), 579
  • Bullet Two-stroke Engines, 158a
  • Burgess, P. G. (illus.), 577
  • Burnett, J. B., Jun. (letter), 288
  • Burt, J. (letter), 64
  • Burton Sparking Plug, 49, 119
  • Bush Fire, Queensland, Ride through a, 42
  • Bus Routes, New, and Upkeep of Roads, 417
  • Butterfields, Ltd. (letters), 117, 141
  • Cade, L. H. (article), 619
  • C. A.L. (letter), 331
  • Calinzell (letter), 215
  • Calthorpe Two-stroke, 213
  • Cameron, D. W. (article), 248
  • Campion Sidecar Outfit with Twelve People on Board (illus.), 34
  • Camus, R. (article), 535
  • Canadian Despatch Riders (illus.), 207, 254
  • — Motor Machine Gun Section, 116b
  • Canberra, N.S.W., Motor Cycle Club, 100 Miles Race, 302
  • Camel and Motor Cycle (illus.), 355
  • Canoelet Minor Lightweight Sidecar, 85
  • — Sidecar Chassis Improvements, 16
  • Capacity, Engine, and its Relation to Weight, 347
  • Cape Peninsula, Motor Cycling in the (illus.), 424
  • — (S.A.) M.C.C. (illus.), .206
  • — Town Motor Cyclists’ Run for Wounded Soldiers (illus.), 109
  • Carbon Deposit, Scraper for Removing, 526
  • — Removal, Car and Motor Cycle Engines Compared, 440
  • — — Frequency of, 50, 90, 141, 287, 308, 315, 331, 361, 456, 479
  • Carbonisation of Two-stroke Engines, Rapid, 243, 244
  • Carburation, Two-stroke, Improving, 105, 151, 175
  • Carburetter, Air Scoops for, 526
  • — Amac, Modifications to Lessen Consumption, 316
  • — Attachment, Necessity for Standardisation of, 105
  • — Longuemare, Hardy (description), 585
  • — Senspray, Alterations to Vaporise Heavy Fuels, 548
  • — — with Variable Jet Attachment, 26, 91
  • Carburetters, Automatic, and Petrol Consumption, 580
  • — Floatless, 288, 359. 413
  • — Flooding, 25
  • — Top Feed, 128, 224, 270, 293, 309, 330. 388, 398, 413, 435, 456, 479, 503
  • Car Lines, Motor Cycle Built on (illus.), 176
  • Carter, D. W. (letter), 593
  • Cartwright, W. (letter), 40
  • Cattle on the Road after Dark, 158b
  • Ceylon (letter), 480
  • Chain-cum-belt Drive for Two-stroke Lightweights, 199
  • Chains, Driving, Enclosed or Open, 454, 525, 549, 573
  • Change Speed Gear, Foot Operated, of’ War Office Triumph, 130, 216, 513, 593
  • Chater-Lea Carette, Drive on the, 20
  • Cheap Fuel (letter), 238
  • Chemico Body Shield, 446
  • — Petrol Leak Repair Outfit, 273
  • Chief Consul, C.T.C. (letter), 549 China, Motor Cycling in, 381
  • Churley, R. H. (letter), 457
  • Cinema Film, Motor Machine Gun Batteries on, 17
  • Clark, R. O. (letter), 41
  • Clayton, T. Blyth (article). 621
  • Clements, E. (letter), 549
  • Clothing, Motor Cycle, 96
  • Clutch Control, 228, 270, 389, 418
  • C.L.W. (letter), 238
  • Clyno Frame, New, 583
  • —- 1916 5-6 h.p. Model (description), 516
  • Coates, Tom (article), 425
  • Cohen, J. (letter). 90
  • Coleridge, R. E. (letter), 359
  • Collier, H. H„ Wedding of, 269
  • Colonial Use, Motor Cycles for, Special Requirements, 7, 108, 206, 320, 423, 514
  • Cornet Lightweight Sidecar Outfit, 262
  • Commercial Sidecars, Special Number, June 29 th
  • Common sense about the Motor, 143
  • Competitions, Big, Reminiscences of, 336 Sunday, 149
  • Compression Ratio, 261
  • Variable, on Two-stroke Engine, 46
  • Connaught 2% h.p. Two-speed, Reader’s Experiences, 413
  • Conscription and its Effect on the Motor Cycle Trade, 221
  • Cooke, H. J. Dunne (letter), 361
  • — Stenson (letters), 190, 480
  • Coolguard Springs, 277
  • Cooling Devices, Auxiliary, 48, 277, 548
  • Cooper Sidecars, 274
  • Cork and District M.C.C. Easter Trial, 474
  • — St. Patrick’s Day Trial, 278, 284
  • Corner, Dangerous, in Lake District, 314
  • Cornishman (letter), 504
  • Corporal, R.A.M.C. (letter), 63
  • -- R.E. (letter), 18
  • Costs, Running, of a 1913 Triumph for Three Y ears, 308
  • - — — Motor Bicycle, Sidecar, and Car Compared, 607
  • Coventry Chain Co., Ltd. (letter), 573
  • Cox, Edward (letters), 20, 593
  • CP 450 (letter), 572
  • Current Chat, 12. 34, 56, 84, 112, 134, 160, 184, 212, 232, 254, 280, 304, 322, 352, 382, 403, 428, 450, 472, 496, 518, 542, 564, 586t 612
  • Cushman. Leon. 587
  • C.W.P. (letter). 216
  • Cycle Car, Home-built, Elvestone’s, 306
  • Frank Bower’s. 315
  • - - of the Future, The, 285
  • - on Lines of Racing Car. Art Smith’s, 118
  • — — Three-wheeler, Home-built, Porter’s, 526
  • Cyclemotor (illus.), 176
  • Cylinder Cooling, 20
  • - by Granville E. Bradshaw, 298
  • — Removal. Facilitating. 159, 239, 261
  • Cylinders. Aluminium, G. Funck’s Design, 6
  • Danish Officer on Enfield (illus.), 207
  • - Trial (illus.), 321
  • Darkened Streets and Increased Risks, 116a
  • Davidson, Thomas A. (letter), 457
  • Dawson. C. T. (letter), 548
  • — E. Daine, Cpl.. 158
  • Dayton Lightweight (illus.)^ 176
  • Dendy. A.. Cpl.. Experiences in India, 55
  • Denton. F. Turrfer. 385
  • Derby Groups. Motor Cyclists and the, 64. 286, 330. 360, 411, 436
  • Despatch Rider Disguised to Avoid Detection by Enemy (illusJ, 339
  • - True Tales of the, 354
  • — Riders attached Ammunition Sub-park (illus.), 584
  • — 30th Div. Sig. Co., R.E. (illus.). 36
  • — 35th Div. Sig Co. (illus.), 52
  • — to an M.T.. A.S.C. Depot in Middlesex. 303
  • — Belgian (illus.), 174
  • — Canadian. 37
  • — Football Team (illus.), 171
  • — for the East (illusJ. 106 French. 36. 93. 324. 392. 451
  • — in Norfolk (illus.). 49. 303
  • — Training (illus.). 213. 376 Italian. 36
  • — Machines. American. 358
  • — Handle-bars on Latest Triumphs, 324
  • — Improving. Visits of Manufacturers to War Zone. 123. 129. 156
  • — on Active Service. Some Impressions by K.R.A.. 256
  • — Overhauling their Machines (illus.), 147
  • — Ready to Proceed Abroad (illus.). 345
  • — Recruiting for, Central Control. 58. 87 587
  • — Resting in Egypt illus.’. 250
  • — Russian. 57
  • 50th Northumbrian) Div. Sig. Co.. 445
  • with the Salonika Forces. 17. 20. 53 116b. 174, 214. 304. 555
  • Work of, from the Officer's Point of View. 71
  • Riding tn German South-west African Campaign. 15S
  • IVte.. 4_.it<e Wheel ar.d Transmission Sheok Absorber. Levy. 274
  • D 2-; h.v Foursstroke Medel deseriptioal. 30
  • Revaur Paiohss. 118
  • D. k W. htt- 572
  • D Engines fe~ ’Motor Cycles. 258. 261. 287. 508
  • Pco.e.sd M . tary Meter Cyclists. Looking after. 67. S5. 11?
  • D < < Heal Lamp. to Cere ply with New Recu latx'us. 41
  • IH<-gussed Aster roan letter*. 90
  • Ac M to- Odes 598
  • e.e.- M >' 'Shtxs’d Sidacsur :2us 192
  • Stages Injami. Iwtfaa Sidenurner far (ittat&l,
  • 59 t\ e i.d-ez t E. K isiu:•. 548
  • Douglas Cantilever Fork, 332
  • — 1907 Four-cylinder Model, 155
  • — Early Pattern, Adventures of an, 494, 611
  • — Instruction Book, 358
  • — 4 h.p. 1917 Model, Description and Road * Test 131 •
  • — Spring Forks, War Zone Alteration, 49
  • Douglases for the Belgian Red Cross (illus.), 473
  • — (general illustrations), 116, 473
  • — Military (illus.), 49, 174, 319, 355, 584, 586, 587

Downs and Johnson (letter), 504

  • Dress, Motor Cycling, for Women, 102
  • Drip Feed Improvement, 240
  • Drive of Electric Lighting Dynamos, 3
  • — System of, on Small Cars, 20
  • D.T. (letter), 18
  • Dublin and District M.C.C. Easter Monday Trial, 447, 518
  • — — One Day Trial, 615
  • — St. Patrick’s Day Trial, 278, 292
  • — Winter Trial, 34
  • Du Boise, Arthur, Experiences on the Mowe. 246, 445
  • Dug-out, The Motor Cycle in a, 301
  • Dundee M.C.C. Wounded Soldiers’ Runs, 452, 534, 535, 537
  • Dunkley 5 h.p. Four-speed Twin (description), 204
  • Dunsmore, R. (letter), 141
  • Dutch Despatch Rider (illus.), 586
  • — Rider’s High-powered Sidecar Outfit, 29
  • Dutton, J., Motor Raft, 292, 320 Dynamo Lighting, 314
  • — Set for Motor Cycles, Tredelect, 570
  • Dynamos, Electric Lighting, Drive of, 3
  • Economy, Running Expenses of Motor Bicycle, Sidecar, and Car Compared, 607
  • Edge, J. (article), 620
  • Edward, G. A. (letter), 90
  • Electrician (letter), 261
  • Electric Lighting and Ignition, Combined, Splitdorf, 265
  • — by Dynamo, 314
  • — Dynamos, Drive of, 3
  • — — from Dry Batteries, 3, 314
  • — Lights, Varying Power of, 18, 65, 169
  • — Motor Cycles, 461
  • — Starting, Lighting, and Ignition Outfit for Motor Cycles, 190, 240, 261
  • Elverstone’s Home-built Cycle Car, 306
  • Emblem 7 h.p. Twin-cylinder (description), 9
  • Empire Sidecars, 446
  • Enfield, Belgian Despatch Rider on (illus.), 72
  • — Danish Officer on (illus.), 207
  • — Gear Improvements, 359
  • — 6 h.p. Sidecar in New Zealand (illus.), 263
  • — Spanish Trial (illus.). 450
  • — Sidecar Outfits, Wounded Soldiers in (illus.). 534
  • Engine Balancing. 417, 420, 486, 573
  • — Cooling, Auxiliary Devices, 48
  • — Design, High Speed, 318
  • — Four-cylinder without Connecting Rod and Crankshafts. Lewis, 433
  • — Knock. Mysterious. Cured by Adjusting Overhead Inlet Valves, 223
  • — Knocks. Diagnosing Causes of, 373
  • — Motor Cycle. Driving Bayonet Sharpening
  • — Machinery, 561 Driving Dynamo. 158
  • — — — — Garden Pump. 475
  • - Rotary Five-cylinder, fitted to Motor Pacing Bicycle. 239
  • - Two-stroke Single-cylinder. Explanation of Working. 566
  • — Four-stroke Single-cylinder. Explanation of Working. 234
  • Engines, Horizontal Twin. Disadvantages of Long Induction Pipes in Winter. 293
  • — Motor Cycle Driving Lathes (illns.), 222. 390, 469
  • — Square and Long-stroke. 557
  • Engineer (letters). 190. 261
  • Enthusiastic Admirer of English Motor Cycles (letter), 480
  • EO 293 S letter). 388
  • E-P. 5letter). 549
  • Equalisation letter?. 503
  • E.S. (letter) y ?i z'~
  • Ethells. H. R letter . 20
  • Etienne et Cie. Accessories. 265
  • Etwell, F. E. Patent Facifiiate Riemrral of Cylinders. 159
  • Eves. G. W, Sius.. 287
  • Excelsior American . Canadian Despatch Rider on, 207
  • — 4.5 h.p. Single-cvliBder JiHus- 23-3
  • — Tandem-seater Weatherprccf Sidecar Outfit
  • Exhaust Valve. Position of. in Overhead Engines. 293
  • Ex Lance-Corpral letter . 168
  • Experts str. Imycrrs 155. 24“. 352 451 558
  • — Figures for 1915 and 1914. 39
  • — Importance of, 45
  • — of Motor Cy cies Difik uliies Maintaining the. 45- 67. 197 231 267. 529
  • Ex-S A:n s: lerter 5:1
  • Eyre Florence, Miss, on Royal Ruby 2’1 us
  • Fads and Fancies, Some, 4, 12, 91
  • Fairlie, Sydney J. (letter), 240
  • Family Sidecar Outfits, 32, 549
  • F.A.N. (letter), 435
  • Farmer, Use of Motor Cycles by, for Business Purposes, 616
  • Fast Stretches of Road, 557, 616
  • FE 535 (letter), 307
  • Feminine Goggles, Through, 28, 102, 367, 490
  • Fifteen Counties, Through, Tour by H.W.D., 68
  • First Thousand, The, 441
  • Flooded Road, Sidecar Outfit in (illus.), 56
  • F.N. Four cylinder Models, Alterations to, 525, 572, 618
  • Footrests v. Footboards, 64
  • Forced Induction, 215
  • Ford Stories, 191, 213, 214, 307
  • Forgan-Potts, J., 546
  • Fork, Front, Starley, 162
  • Formulae, Hill-climbing and The Motor Cycle, 375,'473
  • Forster, Norman, Spring Frame, 180
  • Forward Motor Co. (letters), 119, 190
  • Four-cylinder (letter), 503
  • — Engine, A Plea for the, 366-
  • — Militaire (illus.), 176
  • — Motor Cycles, Advantages and Disadvantages, 24, 50, 119, 190, 412, 436, 456, 525
  • — — — Future of, 23
  • — — — Readers’ Experiences, 168, 572
  • — Starting, 70
  • Four-seated Motor Cycle, J. Forrest Walters’, 116a
  • Four-speed Boxes, Gear Ratios of, 374
  • — Motor Cycles, 204
  • Four Speeds v. Three, 440
  • France, War Time Motor Cycling in, 188
  • Freeman. C. (letter), 456
  • French Despatch Riders, 63, 93, 324, 338, 339
  • — Military Sidecarrier (illus.), 323
  • — Viscount. Inspects Motor Machine Guns, 210
  • F.R.G.S. (letter), 286
  • Fry, A. M. (letters), 480, 548
  • Funck, G., Aluminium Cylinders, 6
  • F.W.A. (letter), 359
  • Gaethofs, August (letter), 239
  • Gauntlets, Grose’s, 387
  • Gear Box, Difficulties in Removing, through Inaccessibility, 365
  • Gear Ratios of Four-speed Boxes, 374
  • — Variable, Parker’s, 164
  • George, R. V., Despatch Riding Experiences, 445
  • German Prisoners Repairing French Reads (illus.), 107
  • Gibson, John, 134 Death of, 611
  • Ginsberg, Raleigh, on Enfield (illus.), 263
  • G.K. Lightweight Sidecar, 205
  • Glasgow M.C.C.. 262
  • Gloucestershire, Hill-climbing in, 138. 152
  • Godfrey, Air-mechanic H. E., R.N.A.S.. 116b
  • Goldfields (W.A.) Motor Club, Race Meetings. 208, 431
  • — — — — Some Officials (illus.), 38b
  • Goodenough. W. H. (letter), 189
  • Goodwin. W., 257
  • Gouvernet, French Despatch Rider Hilus.), 338
  • Gray, G. T., 157
  • — — — Marriage of, 403
  • Green, L. C. (letter), 435
  • Greenwood, Maurice (illus,), 402
  • Grose’s Accessories, 265
  • — Gauntlets, 387 Group 40 'letter), 286
  • — System. Motor Cyclist- and the, 63, 163
  • Grout. Major (letter). 18
  • Gudgeon Pin Bushes, 314
  • G. W. ’'article), 318
  • Gymkhana Coat made from Covers of The Motor illus. ,. 472
  • Hallam. J. Algernon 'letter;. 165
  • Hall, C. J. Yeung. N.S.W. il’e . , 228
  • Hampton. P. W. I letter),. 412
  • Handle-bars. Improving. 484
  • — Sezni-T.T.. en Latest MILtary Triumphs. 324
  • Handle-grips, 462
  • Harbinger 'article*, 600
  • Harley-Davidson Co.’s Sidecar Outings for Wounded Soldiers. 121 266. 182. 493 495
  • — Crank Case Air Release Valve .llu-. , 168 b
  • — 7-9 h-P- Impressions of First Run -r_ a. 536
  • — Mchine G-s SadecaxE (fflus..,. 348
  • — Sidecar in India . 564
  • — Tip. 411
  • — U.r A. P:-i e on 597
  • Harley-Davidson on Winnats Pass. 64 89
  • Harrow Wounded Soldiers -fie-..' Run 612 613 617
  • Hartley. I_ W. E letter479
  • Harris. W. O. Letter . 119
  • Hathaway. Se: -L". S £1
  • Hawkins. Bernard G. -letter.. 91
  • Hivyh.ro E. letter . -117
  • Htzlevr’d iLus. 1-14 11 =
  • leno Se- Lt. H_ . 233
  • Hellene* Bntserie* L-rati Ot 314
  • Hendee Manufacturing Co
  • Henderson, Four-cylinder Experiences, 70
  • — Leonard E. (letter). 18
  • — 1916 Model (description), 470, 522
  • Hepple, G. W. (letter), 413
  • Hercules Sidecars, 230
  • Hermit Employed under Government (letter), 388
  • Hexham Belt Fastener, 332
  • Heywood, N. (letter), 40
  • H. G. (letter), 168
  • High Speed Engine Design, 318
  • Hill-climb, Impromptu, R.F.C. Officers’ (Hlu^h
  • — Inn- of Court O.T.C. Impromptu (illu?.), 384, 305
  • — Public School Boys’, 379, 432, 513
  • Hill-climbing, Baby Two-strokes and, 238
  • — Formula? and The Motor Cycle, 375, 457,
  • — in Gloucestershire, 138, 152
  • — Lakeland, Munition Workers, 509, 540
  • — Winnats Pass, 84, 89
  • Hill-hunting Adventures m Lakeland, 343
  • Hill, Geoffrey W. (letter), 238
  • — S. E. G. (letter), 307
  • — T. H. (illus.), 254
  • Hints for Beginners, 478, 576
  • H.J.C. (letter), 63
  • H.M.B. (articles), 124, 225, 228, 247, 317, 368, 378, 399, 466, 478, 538, 578
  • — (letter), 118 . . .
  • Hobart 2J/2 h.p. Two-stroke Model (description), 25, 38
  • Hobson, H. B. (letter), 359
  • Hockley 2% h.p. Two-stroke, 273
  • Holaway, Charles Edmund (letter), 359
  • Holton, Elliott B. (letter), 307
  • Homocea (letter), 549
  • Hong Kong Special Police on Motor Cycles, 329
  • Hood and Screen, Sidecar, Home-made, 119
  • Horizontally-opposed Twin Two-stroke Engines, Early Types of, 155
  • Horizontal Twin Engines in Winter, Disadvantages of Long Induction Pipes, 293
  • Horns, Foot-operated, 480
  • — Mechanical, Position of,
  • — Machines, 25
  • — — Representative Types of,
  • Horse-power Formulae, 142
  • Houghton, F. M. C. (article),
  • House, A., Rudge and Sidecar H.P. (letter), 142
  • Hub Gears, A Useful Tip, 63
  • — Lubrication, Device to Improve, 288
  • Hubs, Improvements in Design of, 294, 570
  • Humber Military Sidecarriers for Russia, 569
  • — Old Pattern, Modernised, 238
  • Humphreys, H. (letter), 41
  • Hunting, Miss Elsie (illus.), 582
  • Huskinson, G. F., 158
  • Hut (letter), 360 H.W.D. (article by), 68
  • Ignition Appliances, Review of Representative Types, 98
  • Ignoramus (letters), 64, 526
  • Imported Motor Cycles, other than Commercial Machines, Prohibition of, 291, 312
  • Imports and Exports, 135, 247, 352, 451, 558

8 — Figures for 1914 and 1915, 39

  • India, Motor Cyclist Territorial in, 55
  • Indian Engine, 1912 Model. Mysterious Knock in, cured by Adjusting Inlet Valves, 223 Machine Gun Sidecar, 547
  • - Motor Cycle Club of Johannesburg, 255
  • — Pilot Throttle Valve for, 412
  • — 1916 Powerplus Sidecar, Road Experiences, 485
  • — Powerplus Sporting Model, 203
  • — Sidecarrier for Injured Dogs (illus.), 39
  • — Sidecarriers in U.S.A, (illus.), 618
  • — Sirdar, Motor Cyclist (illus.), 564
  • -- with Twin Sidecar, 60
  • Indians for American Army, 358
  • Ingall, C. H. (article), 475
  • Inglis, J. M. (letter), 181
  • Instanter Vulcaniser. 448
  • Insulating Tape for Wiring Connections, 70
  • Insurance, Sidecar Passengers and, 150
  • Invalids, Motor Cycling for, 296
  • Irish Rebellion Scenes, 474, 476
  • Isle of Man Boats on War Service, 117
  • — — — War Time Touring in, 117
  • Italian Ambulance Trailer attached to Motor Bicycle, 134
  • — Army, Motor Cycles with the, 258
  • — — Pedal Cycles with Machine Guns, 272
  • Italy, Racing in, 431
  • Ivy 1913 3lA h.p. T.T. Model, Overhauling a, . 271
  • — Spring Frame, 277
  • Ixion (articles by), 3. 24, 25, 50, 70, 105, 128, 151, 175, 199, 223, 245, 270, 293, 314, 339, 365, 372, 394, 398, 401, 418, 440, 462, 484, , 508, 531, 547, 557, 579, 580, 598
  • — 2% h.p. Sidecar Outfit (description), 202
  • Ixion s Articles, Criticism of, 309
  • J 2595 (letter), 215
  • Jackson, H. E. (letter), 436
  • James, Belgian Despatch Riders on (illus.), 174
  • - Spring Frame, 332
  • J.A.P. Engine Details, 49
  • J.B. (letter), 331
  • J.F.D. (letter), 503
  • J.M.N. (letter), 592
  • Joffre, General, Opinion of Machine Gun Sidecars, 529
  • Johnson, Percy W. (illus.), 564
  • Jones. Allen S. L.-Cpl., 33, 54
  • — Leonard, Modernised Tricycle, 532
  • — L. Francis, Spring Frame, 180
  • — Malcolm O. (letter), 308
  • — W. (letter), 189
  • Journalists, Motor Cycles in the Work of, 619
  • J.P.S. (letter), 331
  • Judge, Youthful, at a Hill-climb (illus.), 107
  • Juno 2!> h.p. Two-stroke, 455
  • J.W.B. Valve Truer, 237
  • Karslake, Harold, 494
  • Kilby, H. W. (letter), 591
  • Keiway, W. J. S. (letter), 119
  • Kempshall Tyres, 266
  • Ker. D. R. Edwardes (article), 153
  • Kershaw, R. G., Spring Frame, 181
  • Kickham, E., Sunbeam Sidecar (illus.), 403
  • Kinky Bill (verses), 530
  • K.R.A. (article), 236
  • KS 188 (letter), 525 .
  • Kumfurt Accessories, Experiences with. 20
  • — Motor Cycle and Accessories Co. (letter), 64
  • Ladies' Field Dress Competition, 102
  • Ladies’ Motor Cycling Costumes, 102
  • — Special Articles for, 28, 102, 367, 490, 599
  • Lady Motor Cyclists attached to Belgian Red Cross (illus.), 473
  • — of 92 on Motor Cycle, 285
  • Laffan, Walter (letter), 6,4
  • Lake District Tour, 42
  • Lakeland, Hill-hunting Adventures in, 343
  • — Munition Workers Hill-climbing in, 509, 540
  • Lake Vyrnwy, 377
  • Lamp and Horn, Electric, Combined, 522
  • Lamps, Tail, 373
  • Landscape Painters and Motor Cycles, 124
  • Lane, Howard, Cpl., 53
  • Langley, L.-Cpl., 53
  • Larwood, C. (letter), 63
  • Lathe, Motor Cycle Engine Driving, 390
  • Launceston-Hobart (Tas.) Record, 403, 431
  • Law Case, Injuries to Purchaser of Sidecar Outfit when being Driven, 150
  • L.C.J. (letter), 309
  • Leaderettes, 1, 23, 45, 67, 101, 123, 149. 173. 197, 221, 243, 291, 313, 335, 359, 371, 393, 417, 439, 461, 483, 529, 553, 575, 595
  • Lea, Norman, Experiences in the R.N.A.S., 81
  • Leechman, Douglas (article), 200
  • Lee, Freeman (letter), 572
  • — F. E. (letter), 436
  • Lees, F. C. (letter), 592
  • Legion of Frontiersmen, Members of, Now in Army (illus.), 287
  • Leicester, W. (letter), 239
  • Leonard. John J. (letter), 435
  • Leosco Tube Saver, 356
  • Lepper, Florence E. (letter), 361
  • Letters to the Editor, 18. 40, 63, 90, 117, 141, 167, 189, 215, 238, 260, 286, 307, 330, 388, 411, 435, 456, 479, 503. 548, 571, 591, 616
  • Levis, Latest Model, Road Impressions, 578
  • — Mrs. Lynton on (illus.), 247
  • — Sidecar Climbing Mam Nick, 135, 161
  • — 422 c.c. Twin Two-stroke Engine for Airship Blowers (description), 110
  • Levy’s Detachable Wheel and Transmission Shock Absorber, 274
  • Ley, J. (letter), 307
  • LF2111 (letter), 548
  • Lewis Engine (description), 433
  • Lighting Regulations, 38a, 63, 162, 252, 472
  • Lightweight Sidecar Outfits, 42, 202, 262
  • — Two-speed Countershaft Gear, Sturmey- Archer, 300
  • Lightweights, Mudguarding of, 313, 331
  • — Two and Four-stroke, 167, 189
  • Limbless Motor Cyclists, 450, 468, 586
  • Lincs. Volunteer Motor Ambulance Transport Service, 85
  • Lindsay, A., Capt. (articles by), 4. 441 (letters), 91, 260, 330, 412, 479
  • Linford, R. D. (letter), 169
  • Liverpool Motor Cyclist Volunteers, 496, 610
  • Lloyd, Robert (illus.), 214
  • L.M. (letter), 572
  • Lock, Stanley (letter), 260
  • Lodge Racing Plug, 159
  • — Sparking Plug Co., Ltd. (letter), 390
  • London, Metropolitan Police Area, New Lighting Regulations, 252
  • Longuemare-Hardy Carburetter' (description), 585
  • Loughborough, T. W. (letter), 571
  • Low, A. M. (letters), 41. 261, 286, 308
  • — Generator, Unsatisfactory Experiences with, 105
  • Lubrication, Duplex, of Two-strokes, 19
  • — Inefficient, Cause of Engine Trouble, 142
  • Lynton, Mrs. on Levis (illus.), 247
  • MacAllister, John (letter), 388
  • Macedonia, Despatch Riders’ Experiences in M 1- n r. X?’ 2,°* 116b’ 214’ 304. 355
  • Machine Gun Carrier for Attachment to Motor Bicycle, W. Rankin’s, 154
  • — Corps. Heavy Section, Men in Training (lllus.j, 588
  • Machine Gun Sidecar. T. H Tes»b r’», 195
  • — Guns on Pedal Cycles, 272
  • Mackey, Sgt. E. R.. Decoration (or, 185
  • Maconnachie, W. W. (letter), 593
  • M.A.G. Engine Co., Ltd. ‘letters), 167, 189
  • Magister (letter), 548
  • Magneto, Fixed, Conversion for Advance and cRetard. 504 . „
  • — in Outside Flywheel of Engine, o94
  • Maker, Cpl. R. E. (illus.), 217
  • Malta, Motor Cycles in, 55, 504
  • Mam Nick Climbed by Levis Sidecar with Tour Passengers, 135
  • Manchester Red Cross Motor Cyclists, 583 Manufacturer (letter), 436
  • Manufacturers of Military Motor Cycle*. Visits to the War Zone of, 123. 129. 136
  • Marshall, W. E. G. (letter), 287
  • Marsland, E.. 512
  • Martin, Harry, Lowers Records, 403
  • — James (letter), 189 .
  • _ — Two-stroke Engine with Variable Compression, 46, 137, 167, 189
  • Mather, C. (letter), 548
  • Mauer. E. G. (illus.). 169
  • May, W. E. Southcomb (illus.), 543
  • M.B. (article by). 104
  • McLellan, John (letter), 592
  • Medical Men, Motor Cycles for, 596
  • Mesopotamia. Despatch Riding in, 445
  • Mexican Campaign. Motor Cycles in the, 490
  • M.H.O.W.. D.R. (letter), 573
  • Midshipman. R.N. (letter), 261
  • Militaire Four-cylinder (illus.), 176
  • Military Cyclist (letter), 573
  • — Motor Cycle Corps for East African Campaign, 84
  • — Repair Shop (illus.), 8. 33
  • — Cycles, Manufacturers of, Visits to the
  • — War Zones, 123, 129, 136
  • — — — Total Number of. 52
  • — — — Unusual Testing of, 340, 519. 520, 527
  • — Cyclists and Car Drivers, Pay of, 2, 63
  • — Disabled, Care of, 67, 85. 117
  • — Notes, 17. 52. 81. 116b. 157, 174. 214. 257, 303, 325, 376. 395, 445, 468, 494, 512, 611
  • Mills, P (letter). 41, 118
  • Missionary in Uganda who uses Motor Cycle, 116
  • Moat, Frank (letter), 19
  • Monocar, H.G.’s Design, 168
  • Moren, Hugh (letter), 435
  • Mortley, E. E. (letters), 65, 240
  • Mostin, E.. Composite Machine Built in War Zone, 53
  • Motor Battery, Armoured. No. 1 (illus.), 186
  • — — — 4th (illus.), 282
  • — 5th (illus.), 256
  • — Cycle, Four-seated, J. Forrest Walters’s Design, 116a
  • — 3^2 h.p. Single-geared Light, Flexibility of a, 598
  • Motor Cycle, The, and Recruiting, 101
  • — — — in a Dug-out, 301
  • — — — in British East Africa (illus.), 370
  • — in Egypt, 577
  • Motor Cycle. Touring Model, A Suggested Design, 104
  • — — Trade during the War, Review of the, 1
  • Motor Cycle Union of Ireland, Southern Centre, Annual Meeting, 324
  • — — — — — Ulster Centre Annual Meeting, 112
  • Motor Cycles Assembled in the War Zone, 33, 53
  • — — Military, Damaged, 257
  • — — Other than Commercial Machines, Prohibition of Imported, 291. 312
  • Motor Cycling Club. A.G.M., 84, 116a
  • — for Invalids, 296
  • — Cyclist (letter), 617
  • — Sergeant (letters), 456, 503
  • — Cyclists in the Air Services, 303, 325, 546, 579, 587, 611
  • — Machine Gun Batteries Inspected by
  • — Viscount French, 210
  • — on Cinema Film, 17 Battery, 22nd (illus.), 282
  • — Section, No. 8 Battery, Some Men of the (illus.), 523
  • — — — No. 24 Battery (illus.), 36
  • — — — — 25th Battery (illus.), 351
  • — — — — Canadian. 116b
  • — Men of the, Honours for, 185
  • — — — — — — — on 6 h.p. Sunbeam Sidecar (illus.). 430
  • — Starting for a Pleasure Run (illus.), 376
  • — Sports, 612
  • — Staff at Training Centre (illus.), 584
  • — Service, Christmas Day with the, 17
  • — Sidecars, American, 348, 547
  • — and Armoured Cars, 371
  • — General Joffre’s Opinion, 529
  • Murray, George, Spring Frame,
  • Motoring, Pleasure, Outcry against, 45, 173,
  • Motosacoche, Ltd. (letter). 169
  • Mowe, Motor Cyclist’s Experiences on the, 246
  • M.T. (articles), 177, 226
  • Mud Blisters on Tyres, 530
  • Mudguard Attachment, Cheap and Efficient, 142
  • Mudguarding, Efficient, of Ladies’ Machines;
  • — Improving, of 6 h.p. Humber, 169
  • — of Lightweights, 313, 331
  • Mudguards, Efficient, Waigh’s. 500
  • — Improving, 40. 64, 313, 331
  • Mullan, Denis R. (letter), 389
  • Mustikon, Ltd. (letter), 65
  • Puncture Repair Process, 65,
  • Nairobi, East Africa, Scott in (illus.), 321
  • Naphtha. Running on, 525, 543, 591. 617
  • Natal, Sidecar Rare in, 541
  • Needham, W. D., (letter), 91
  • Newbould. G. B., Four-wheeled Runabout, 159
  • New Hudson 1915 Sidecar Outfit, Reader’s Experiences. 549
  • — Hudsons in New Zealand Trial (illus.), 60
  • — — Wounded Soldiers’ Run on, 145
  • — South Wales, Motor Cycle Competitions in, 111, 208, 302, 353
  • — York Motor Cycle Show, 16
  • — Zealand, Motor Cycle Suitable for, Suggested Specification, 435
  • - News, 60. 263. 322, 353. 463
  • — Run from North to South of South Island. 613
  • Newspaper Delivery by Motor Cycles, 623
  • Newspapers. Active Service, 233. 280. 376, 445, 512
  • Nine Years’ Reader (letter), 63
  • Nixion (letter), 309
  • Noisy Motor Cycles. Advantages of, 70
  • Norman (letter), 91
  • Norton Experiences. 4, 42
  • — 4 h.p. 1916 Sidecar Outfit. Road Experiences, 441
  • — H. V., (illus.). 415
  • — J. L. (letter), 616
  • Norton Watsonian Sidecar Ambulance. 253
  • Nortons (general illus.), 56
  • Nye, R. L. (article), 491 (verses), 346
  • Oboukhoff, G. S. (illus.). 274, 280
  • Occasional Comments, 3. 25. 50, 70, 105, 128, 151. 175. 199. 223. 245, 270, 293, 314, 372, 394. 418, 440. 462, 484. 508. 531, 557. 580. 598 O1 1877 (letter), 90
  • O.K. 2.75 h.p. Four-stroke, Road Test of, 467
  • — 1916 Models. 10, 54
  • Old Hand (letter), 288 Knoekalong (letter), 591
  • Oleofiend (letter), 142
  • Oliver, E. M. 157, 301, 570
  • Olsson. V. (letter), 287 On Draft (letter), 20
  • On Duty. Impressions of Despatch Riders on Active Service, 236
  • One Who Has Been Out (letter), 573
  • Overalls, Repairing, 572
  • Overhauling a Second-hand Machine, 271
  • Overhead Inlet Valves, Adjustment of, 175
  • Overloaded Sidecars, 34
  • Overseas Competitions, 16, 35, 38b
  • — Controlling Bodies, 5
  • — Motor Cycling (illus.). 14
  • — Readers’ Opinions, 7, 108, 206, 320, 423, 514
  • — Trade. Importance of Maintaining, 45, 67, 197. 231, 268, 529
  • Painters, Landscape, and Motor Cycles, 124
  • Panama Canal Zone. Motor Cycling in the, 195
  • P. and M. 3.5 h.p. Sidecar, Road Experiences. 558
  • — 6 h.p. Sidecar. Road Experiences, 443
  • Machines on Military Service, 11, 395, 471, 497
  • Military Model, with Light Sidecar, 257
  • Papers Published in the War Zone, 81
  • Paraffin and Parafiln-petrol Mixtures, Running
  • on, Readers’ Experiences, 153. 216. 240, 286, 307. 359. 388. 456. 480. 504. 538, 548. 571, 592
  • Parker. W.. Variable Gear, 164
  • Parrott. C. Clayton, Despatch Riding Experiences. 174 __
  • Patents, Abridgments of, 66. 148, 196. 290, 460. 552
  • Pay of Military Motor Cyclists and Car Drivers, 2, 63
  • Peace and War, A Contrast, 491, 548. 591
  • Pearson, Gunner J. IL (illus.), 184
  • Penrot (letter), 40
  • Petrol Census and Priority of Supply, 541, 553. 568, 575, 590
  • — Co-operative Supply Association, 199
  • — Consumption. Lessening, 316
  • — Control Committee. 428. 436, 541
  • — Economiser, Auto-Vac, 469 Economy. Spots and, 166
  • — Electric Motor Cycles, 461. 479
  • — Import Figures. 35. 45. 161. 254, 352
  • — Leak Repair Outfit, Chemico, 273
  • Permits. 614
  • Price and Supply of, 54, 116a. 136, 163, 221. 258. 507
  • — Prices in the United States, Government Investigation. 151
  • — Primer, Brown Bros.*, 517
  • — Substitutes, Naphtha. 525. 543. 591. 617
  • — Tests of. Sinks Fuel. 399. 436. 465, 538 Spots, 501. 524. 549
  • — Wital and Benzolite, 497
  • — Supply. Future of the World’s. 152
  • — Tax. Increase of. 595, 609, 617
  • — Suggested Increase instead of Increased Local Taxation Licences, 507, 542
  • Pettitt, A. (letter), 360
  • Philipson Variable Pulley in Conjunction with a Three-speed Gear, 245, 547
  • Phillpott, S. W. (letter), 169
  • Phoenix Sideears, 594
  • Pietermaritzburg M.C.C. Hill-climb, 35
  • Pilling, .1. H. (letter), 360
  • Pinheiro, Raus, on Indian (illus.). 253
  • Piston Distortion, 293, 373
  • Pleasure Motoring, Outcry Against, 45, 173, 189, 215, 258, 260, 522
  • Police, U.S.A,, on Motor Cycles, 597
  • Poor Man (letter). 286
  • Popo Stand (illus.), 528
  • Porter, Herbert (letter), 526
  • Pot-pourri, 104
  • Power Delivered by Two and Four-stroke Engines of Same Capacity, 293
  • Pressmen’s Work, Motor Cycles for. 619
  • Price, Graham, bate Flight-Lt., 284
  • Prices, Average, of Second-hand Machines, 12, 34. 57. 85. 113, 172, 192, 220, 237, 259, 281, 312, 328, 359, 387. 416, 431, 455. 469, 500, 522, 539. 574. 614
  • Prisoners, German. Repairing Roads, 439
  • Public Schools Boys’ Hill-climb, 379, 432, 513
  • — M.C.C., Members on Service, 56, 120
  • Pullen. D. S. (letter). 19
  • Pulley. Variable, in Conjunction with a Three-speed Gear, 245
  • Pump Driven by Motor Cycle Engine, 475
  • P.W.H. (letter), 117
  • Quadrant Motors (letter), 261
  • Quadrider (article), 296
  • Quakers in France, Motor Fleet of the, 174
  • Quantity Production after the War, 243 Queensland, Motor Cycling in, 42
  • Questions and Replies, 21, 43, 61. 92. 121. 146, 170, 193, 218, 241, 263, 275. 310, 333, 369, 391. 414. 437, 458, 481. 505, 527, 550.^559, 581. 625
  • R 2199 (letter), 413
  • Radco 1916 Model Improvements, 162, 165
  • Rafferty, Gunner J., Honour for, 185
  • Raft. Motor. 292
  • Rand (S.A.) M.C.C. Hill-climb, 469
  • Rankin. W.', Machine Gun Carrier for Attachment to Motor Bicycle, 154
  • Rattle in Two-stroke Engines, 51
  • R.C.W.E. (letter), 359
  • Reading Standard 8 h.p. Twin (description), 82
  • Recruiting for Despatch Riders, Central Control. 3S. 87, 561. 584, 610
  • - Motor Cyclists for German East African Campaign. 232
  • — Machine Guns, 188, 209. 229. 256. 279. 301, 329. 351. 384. 402, 430, 449. 476, 495, 523, 539, 561, 584, 610
  • — — Royal Flying Corps. 60, 88, 116, 163
  • — Work of The Motor Cycle. 101
  • Recruits from Overseas, 35
  • Reekie. P., Home-built Sidecar (illus.), 481
  • Regulations, Lighting, 38. 63, 472
  • Rejected for the Army for Slight Physical
  • Defects. 197. 286
  • Reminiscences. Sporting, 336, 554
  • Rendall, H. E. (letter), 592
  • Renold. Hans. Ltd. (letter), 549
  • Rex Motor Mfg. Co., Ltd. (letter), 239
  • Review. Adventures of a Despatch Rider, by Capt. W. H. L. Watson, 106
  • Rider, One-legged, Mount for, 286
  • Rigby, G. E. (letter), 91
  • R.J.B. (letters). 360. 572
  • R.L.H.C. (letter). 592
  • R.M.P. (letter). 286
  • Road and River, 126
  • —- Fast Stretches of. 557, 616
  • — Repairs by German Prisoners. 439
  • — Rider (articles), 156, 285. 372
  • Roads, Cost of Upkeep, New 'Bus Routes, 417
  • Roberts, Fred (letter), 142
  • Robertson, A. S. (letter), 141
  • Brown, Interview with, 130
  • Rolvat (article), 51
  • — (letters), 91, 215
  • Rossiter, G. L., Experiences on Active Service, 395
  • Rowlandson. Miss Dora (illus.), 395
  • Royal Enfield (letter), 504
  • Flying Corps Experimental Works, Motor Cyclists Attached to (illus.). 518
  • — — — Motor Cvclists in the, 303
  • Recruiting for, 60. 88. 116. 163
  • — Ruby (general illustrations), 57
  • — — Jardine Gears on, 11
  • — — Latest Models, 327, 328
  • — — Spring Frame, 120
  • Rudge Engine Driving Bayonet Sharpening Machinery, 561
  • Rudges (general illustrations), 59, 444
  • Russia. Former Well-known Rider in, 500
  • — Military Sidecarriers for. 569
  • Salvesen, Julius (letter). 616
  • Samson. Reg.. 325
  • Sarginson, H. (letter), 215
  • Satisfied (letter). 616
  • — Levis Owner (letter). 361
  • Schofield. Francis E. (article by), 26
  • School. Motor, Liverpool, 356
  • Scott Experiences, 18, 42
  • in Nairobi, East Africa (illus.), 321
  • - Patent Clutch and Gear Box (description), 83
  • Sociable Sidecar, 225
  • Scottish Lighting Regulations, 212
  • — Touring Scenes (illus.), 58
  • Scraper for Removing Carbon Deposit. 526
  • Sea Lions Driving Sidecar on Stage (illus.), 12
  • Second-hand Machines, Average Prices, 12, 34 57, 85, 113, 172, 192, 220, 237, 259, 281,’ 312, 328, 359, 387, 416, 431, 455, 469, 510 522, 539, 574, 614
  • Senspray Carburetter with Variable Jet Attachment, 26, 91
  • Service Co.’s Head Protector, 546
  • — — Oilskin Helmet, 265
  • Sharpus, John W. (letter), 119
  • Shaw, Hugh D. (letter), 330
  • — Motor Attachment, 284
  • Sheffield Easter Monday Trial, 404, 434, 451,
  • Sheppard. A, J. (letter), 617
  • Sidecar Alignment, 198, 489
  • - Ambulances, 116b, 204, 253
  • — Ariel, 11
  • — Brough, Steered from Sidecar Seat, 374, 435
  • — Built in Rhodesia (illus.), 360
  • - Canoelet, Chassis Improvements, 16
  • — Canvas Side Flap to Screen on (illus.), 535
  • — Design, 18, 41, 91
  • Distribution of Weight, 591, 617
  • — Fitted for Tour, 477
  • G.K., 205
  • — Home-built, P. Reekie’s (illus.), 481
  • — Hood and Screen, Home-made, 119
  • Walbro, 277
  • — Modernising an Old, 19
  • — Montgomery, Location of Tools and Spares in, 166
  • — Outfit, Dutch Rider’s High-powered, 29
  • — — Sunbeam, Luxurious, 231
  • Tandem-seated and Weatherproof Excel sior, 32
  • Twin, 60
  • — Outfits, Lightweight, 42, 168, 202
  • — — with Wireless Equipments, 214
  • — Sea Lion Driving (illus.), 12
  • — Sociable, Scott, 225
  • — Wheel, Steerable, 200
  • Sidecars, Comet, 262
  • — Cooper, 274
  • — Empire, 446
  • — Hercules, 230
  • — Lamps on, 160
  • — Latest, Review of, 76
  • — Overloaded. 34
  • —- Phoenix, 594
  • Sidecarriers, 39
  • — at Work (illus.), 601, 603, 606, 616, 620
  • — for War Work, 357, 569
  • — Possibilities of, and Comparative Running Expenses, 606, 622
  • — Publicity Value of, 609
  • — Special Number, June 29th
  • — Tradesmen’s Experiences, 604, 608
  • — used by Sweeps (illus.), 613
  • Signals as Seen by an Officer, 71
  • Simkiss, E. (letter), 239
  • Simplex Sidecar Outfit, 29
  • Simpson. Gerard, and R. Liston (letter), 118
  • Singer, 3M» h.p., C. Hall on (illus.), 228
  • Six Bob a Day (letter), 411
  • — Horse (letter), 388
  • — H.P. (letter). 503
  • Skidmore. Mrs.. Riding A.B.C. (illus.), 304
  • Slater, William E. (article), 297 (letter), 118
  • Smith, Art., Cycle Car, 118
  • — Bertram G. (letter), 18
  • — E. E., Military Motor Cycling Experiences, 611
  • — J. E. (letter), 390
  • Soldering Outfit. Tinol, 156
  • Solo Machine, 7 h.p.. First Run on a, 536
  • Salonika Forces Military Motor Cyclists with the. 17. 20. 33, 116b. 214
  • Son of Sussex (letter). 548
  • South Australian M.C.C. Hill-climb, 429
  • — — 100 Miles Race. 565
  • Spanish Trial, 450
  • Sparking Plug. Burton. 49. 119
  • — Design, 168. 190
  • — — Points, Voltage at. 390
  • — Plugs and their Weaknesses, 159
  • — — Cleanable. 579
  • — — Cooling of. 526
  • — Overheated, 401
  • Sparklets. 66, 172, 220. 266. 312, 416, 460. 552, 574
  • Speed. Average. 418
  • — Merchant (letter). 548
  • Speeds. Number of, Three or Four? 440
  • Sphinx Manufacturing Co. (letter). 168
  • Splitdorf Dynamo Magneto, 265
  • — Electrical Co.’s Profits, 208
  • Sporting Reminiscences. 336, 554
  • Spots, 166, 501. 524. 549
  • Spring Frame, Definition of a, 288. 359
  • - — Design, Blanchard. 332
  • George Murray’s. 332
  • H. Humphre' s, 41
  • H. S. W. Aadenbrooke’s, 181
  • James, 332
  • L. Francis Jones, 180
  • _ Norman Forster’s. 180
  • P. Mills’s, 41. 118
  • — R. G. Kershaw’s, 180
  • Stanley F. Bickell's, 180
  • W. Laffan’s, 64
  • Spring Frame. Ivy, 277
  • Royal Ruby. 120
  • — Frames, A Plea for, 168
  • - — for Australia, 239
  • - — Ideal and Real, by an Amateur Designer, 114
  • Springing of Front Wheels, 3, 508
  • — Rear, and Carriers, 557
  • — Front, Some Difficulties of Design, 508
  • R.J.B.’s Design, 572
  • Stanbrough, A. W. (article), 576
  • Standardisation of Carburetter Attachments, 105
  • Stand, Rear Wheel, Pope (illus.), 528
  • Starley Front Fork, 162
  • S.T.C. (letter), 63
  • Steam Motor Cycle, 136, 461
  • Steeley, Jack, 468
  • Steerable Sidecar Wheels, 200
  • Steering Sidecar Outfit from Sidecar Seat, 374, 435
  • Stenning, E. H., Rev. (letter), 117
  • Steytler, H. A. (letter), 288
  • Striside Skirt, The, 103
  • Sturmey-Archer Gears, Ltd. (letters), 63, 216
  • — Lightweight Countershaft Gear, 300
  • Subaltern Getters), 215, 331
  • Sullivan, H. Gerald (letter), 359
  • Sunbeam (general illustrations), 44. 403
  • — 6 h.p. Sidecar, Men of the M.M.G.S. on (illus.), 430
  • — 8 h.p. Model, 31
  • — 1916 Model, Italian Rider (illus.), 401
  • Sidecar Luxuriously Equipped, 231
  • — Works. Visit to the. 31
  • Sunday Competitions, 149
  • Sun Sidecar Outfit, Reader’s Experiences, 616
  • Surridge Tyre Repair Outfit and Lamp Dimmers, 159
  • Swaine, J. (letter), 525
  • Sweeps, Chimney, who use Motor Cycles, 276, 613
  • Swordson. John, on L.M.C. (illus.). 612
  • Sydney M.C.C. 24 Hours’ Trial, 233
  • T 4667 (letter), 361
  • Tales, True, of the Despatch Rider, 354
  • Tapley-Soper, H. (letter). 286
  • Tapping, Peculiar, in Twin-cylinder Engines, 488, 548, 593
  • Taxation of Motor Cycles, Auto Cycle Union Suggested Scheme, 432
  • — — Increased Local Taxation Licences
  • Abandoned in Favour of Petrol Tax, 595. 609, 617
  • — Proposed Increase. Criticisms, 335, 349, 360, 361, 386, 388, 410, 435, 457, 480. 483, 503, 525, 573
  • — Particulars of, 323
  • Taylor, Alfred, Wounded Soldiers’ Run, 564, 586, 612
  • — Double Compartment Kitbag, 237
  • Taylor’s. H.. Tail Lamp, 266
  • Terminal, H.T., Brown Bros., 356
  • Terra Hora (letter), 90
  • Tessier’s, T. H., Machine Gun Sidecar, 195
  • Testing. Extraordinary, of Military Motor Cycles. 340, 519. 520, 527, 544
  • Thames, Source of the, 558
  • Then and Now (verses), 346
  • Thompson. H. E. (letters), 412. 525, 618
  • Thomson-Bennett Magnetos, 356
  • Tinol Soldering Outfit, 156
  • Tolson. W. (letter), 119
  • Tomlinson, C. W. (letter), 308
  • Top Feed (letters), 330, 388
  • — Supporter (letter), 309
  • Tour. Easter. 800 Miles in Four Days, 425
  • — Lake V.vrnwv and District, 377
  • — 1.200 Miles, A Beginner's, 248
  • — of the Jack Pines. 230
  • — Through Fifteen Counties. 68
  • Touring Scenes, Scottish (illus.), 58
  • Trade after the War, 243
  • — Motor Cycle, during the War, A Review, 1
  • Tradesmen’s Experiences of Sidecarriers, 604, 608
  • Trapmann, Capt. A. TI., 174
  • Tredelect Dynamo Lighting Set, 570
  • Trial, Easter Monday, Birmingham 253, 322, 385, 406, 419, 422, 428, 429, 438
  • — _ — Cork and District M.C.C., 474
  • — — — Dublin and District M.C.C., 447, 518
  • — One-day, Dublin and District M.C.C:, 615
  • — Sheffield Easter Monday, 404, 434, 451, 466 Trials, Irish, St. Patrick’s Day, 278, 284, 292
  • — Rider (article). 488
  • Tricycle, Motor, Modernised, 532
  • Tricycles, Motor, 20, 118, 128, 223
  • Triumph, Military Model, Foot-operated Speed Gear, 130, 216, 513, 593
  • — Models (illus.), 93, 323, 324, 338, 345, 392, 445, 451
  • _ Semi-T.T. Bars on, 324
  • — — — Unusual Testing of, 340, 519, 520, 544
  • — Running Costs of, for Three Years, 308
  • — Sidecarrier, French Military (illus.), 323
  • — Sidecarriers for Munitions Work, 357
  • — Testers Wearing Armlets (illus.), 13
  • Troward, Rider (letter), 40
  • Tube, Inner, Protector, Leosco, 356
  • Tubes, Inner, Repairing, 118
  • Turner, D. E. (letter), 388
  • Twin-cylinder Engines, Peculiar Tapping in, 488, 548, 593
  • — Machines, Light, 378
  • Two-stroke Carburation, Tip for Improving, 105, 151, 175, 462, 598
  • — Combination (letter), 168
  • — Design, 289
  • — Engine, Double-acting, 309
  • — — Seizure of, 128
  • — — with Variable Compression, James Martin’s, 46, 91, 117, 137, 141, 167, 189, 215
  • — Engines, Adjustment of, 217, 576
  • — Aluminium Pistons for, 243, 286, 411
  • — — Backfiring in Crank Cases, 339
  • — — Bullet, 158a
  • — Impressions of a French Military Doctor, 535
  • — - Petroil, Lubrication and Carburation, 293
  • — — Rattle in, 51
  • — — Views of an American Designer, 297
  • — Horizontally-opposed Twin-cylinder Engines, 155 (letter), 141
  • — Lightweights, Criticism of, 19, 64, 462
  • — Combined Drive for, 199
  • — Experiences after 1,000 Miles, 244, 288, 331, 361
  • — Lubrication, 19, 484
  • — Rider (letter), 42
  • — Single-cylinder Engine, Operation of, 566
  • — Tips, 372
  • — Two-cylinder. Engines, 110, 553, 562 Tyre Imports, 439, 497
  • — Repairs. Mustikon Process, 65, 326, 594
  • Tyres, Motor Cycle, 94
  • — Mud Blisters on, 530
  • Tyro Eager to Learn (letter), 573
  • Tyzack, H. W., Rhodesian-built Sidecar (illus.), 360
  • Ubique (article), 366
  • Umpleby, Fred (letter), 20
  • Uneasy (letter), 260
  • Unfit, Partially, Men, for. Military Service, 197, 286
  • United States. Motor Cycle and General Impressions, 130
  • War Office and Motor Cycles, 431, 490
  • Vacy-Ash, Capt. M. (letters), 260, 287
  • Valve Gear, Overhead, Bevel-driven, 448
  • — Grinder, Ariel, 266
  • — — Bowden, 192
  • — Springs, Tool for Removing, 526
  • — Tappet Improvements, 288, 593
  • Velocette
  • — — — Reader's Experiences, 591
  • Victoria (Australia) M.C.C. Hill-climb, 111, 519
  • — Open One-day Trial, 16
  • Victorian M.C.C. 200 Miles Road Race, 590
  • — Sidecar Race, 280 »
  • Villiers Two-stroke Engines, Adjustment of, 217
  • Voltage at Sparking* Plug Points, 390
  • Vowels, Charles H. (letter), 436
  • Vulcaniser, Instanter, 448
  • — Wizard, 517
  • Wade, L.-Cpl. A. B. (illus.), 17
  • Waigh’s Mudguards, 500
  • Walbro ~ .
  • Walker, Fred (letter), 592
  • — John .'1 . .
  • — May, Miss (articles by), 28, 102, 367, 490
  • Wallis, H. S. (letter), 216
  • Walters, J. Forrest, Design for Four-seated Motor Bicycle, 116a
  • Ward, T. H. (letter), 240
  • War Funds,
  • Warning (letter), 359
  • Waterhouse, Jack (letter),
  • Watkins, A. B. K. (letters), 167, 287
  • Watsonian Sidecar Ambulance, 204
  • Watson, J. S. (letter), 239
  • Webb, Stanley, Death of, 518
  • — W. (letter). 238
  • Weight and Capacity, 347
  • Welford. G. (letter), 435
  • Wells, W. H., Impressions to U.S.A., 116
  • Welsford, Victor S., Dinner
  • Western Australia, Racing
  • West, Stanley (illus.), 254
  • Wheatley, C. L. (letter), 288
  • Whitham, S. A. M., 395
  • Wickman. A. C. (article), 289
  • — — — (letter), 260
  • Wilkin, G. W. (letter), 360
  • Wilkinson, G. (letter), 526
  • Williamson Sidecar in Russia (illus.). 280
  • Willoughby, Cpl. H. R.. Back Stand Clip,
  • — Ethel M. (letter). 457
  • Winnats Pass, Derbyshire, Hill-climbing on, 84. 89, 142, 150
  • Winter, R. E. (letter), 525
  • Wireless Equipments on Sidecar Outfits, 214
  • Wiring Connections, Insulating Tape for, 70
  • Wizard Steam Vulcaniser, 517
  • W.J.C. (letter), 189
  • Women Motor Cyclists on the Land, 367
  • Women’s Work in the Army Service Corps, 599
  • Woodhouse, Jack, 587
  • Worsdale, A. (article), 143
  • Wots Wright (letter). 63
  • Wounded Soldiers. Motor CyHe Runs for, 109, 111, 145, 166, 182, 429, 452, 474, 493. 498, „T „ , 534, 564, 612, 617
  • W.P. (letters). 480, 503
  • Wressell, H. (letter), 479
  • Wright A. V. (letter), 90
  • — J. (letter), 20
  • X.Y.Z. (letter). 169
  • Ypres, Ruins of (illus.), 71, 72
  • Zammit’s, A. Cochia, F.N. Sidecar in Malta (ulus.), 55

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