1913 Schickel “Big 2” Antique Motorcycle

On the cover: President Bob McClean’s unusual 1913 Schickel “Big 2”

Contents: Forgotton Classic – The Browne; Charles B. Franklin, Indian’s Star; Picturebook – 1913 Schickel “Big 2”; The Dream Machine; Mystery Motorcycle; Tips on restoring an antique; The J. Charles Cole Ace; The Fabulous Ace Four; more

1989 Summer Vol. 28 No. 2 The Antique Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1967 Legendary Manx Norton

Cover Photo: The high-flying young man on the Swedish-built Husqvarna is Malcolm Smith at recent Corriganville Scrambles; Contents: Confessions of a Vincent Lover; The Art of Motorcycling; Legendary Manx Norton; You meet the nicest people; A Special Scrambler; History of the Ace Four; Seven New Yamahas; What do you say, Sir Clippe?; How to get the most from a trade-in; San Francisco Show; Yellowstone Tour; Riding Aids; BSA Victor/Metisse; MS & ATA Position Paper; more

1967 March Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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Classic Motorcycle: the fabulous 1919 4-cylinder Ace Four

Cover: 1919 4-cylinder Ace Four Antique Motorcycle

Contents: Road Tests: BSA SS-90, Matchless G-80 CS; Technical: Power Transmission methods: Trail Test: Tohatsu Trailmaster; Compleat guide to Europe; Cycle World Classic: 4-cylinder Ace; Mini-bike test: Cougar 100; AFM Willow Springs Road Race; Top Men in Europe: Phil Read; Rider Profile: Ralph White; more

1963 July Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com




The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Motorcycles

Here is the ultimate book of American motorcycles. Featured inside are more than 300 bikes arranged alphabetically by manufacturer, accompanied by full technical data, historical profiles, and specially commissioned photographs that highlight every design detail. The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Motorcycles is the definitive guide to every American motorcycle, from hard-to-find models to both old and new favorites.

American motorcycles have always symbolized freedom, power, craftsmanship, and style. Today, many people think of American motorcycles only in terms of Harley-Davidson, but in the early 1900s, more than 100 American motorcycle manufacturers were represented in the market. Names such as Ace, Cleveland, Excelsior, Henderson, Iver-Johnson, Merkel, Pope, Thor, Yale, and more were familiar to American riders.

The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Motorcycles revisits the greatest bikes of the years fefore the Great Depression of the 1930s, which devastated the once-flourishing industry. The compilation continues through the postwar era, with companies such as Indian, and then covers machines currently in production, such as Harley-Davidson, American Ironhorse, California, Confederate, Rokon, Victory, and the Harley-powered Buell hybrid. Detailed, individual histories of more than seventy-five of the most well-known manufacturers are complemented by full-color photographs highlighting each detail.

With a comprehensive A to Z listing of every American motorcycle manufacturer in operation during the 20th century, The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Motorcycles is a tribute to the innovative pioneers of the motorcycle industry and to their contmporary counterparts who carry the torch into the 21st century.

2002 The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Motorcycles – T. Rafferty available at www.DadsVintageAds.com in the “ Motorcycle Gifts & Collectibles ” category

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