Cover Photo: With the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains forming a natural backdrop to the renowned Box Springs Grade T.T. course, the riders shown are sweeping through one of the fastest left-hand turns on the track. Photograph reveals the excellent surface, width of course, and rolling nature of this track. The Box Springs lay-out has been acclaimed beautiful but tricky.
Contents: Editor’s Viewpoint; The Plymouth Monster – 200 MPH aspirant 16 years ago; Indian nifties for the ’50’s – oldest U.S. manufacturer plans newest improvements; California Season opens at Riverside – 1950 tees off with T.T Card; Crater Camp Field Meet – Southern California Motorcycle Club’s Annual “Do”; British Motorcycles on Display at Grand Central Palace; The NSU Fox – Germany’s entrant in the lightweight Field; Testing the Harley-Davidson “61” Twin; Helpful Mathematics for Motorcyclists; Bulletins from Britain; History of Famous British Motorcycles AJS; A.M.A. Competition Rules for 1950; The Curtain rises on “The Greenhorn” – May 27, 1950; Interesting Motorcycle Pictures from here and there; more
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Back Cover Advertisement: Again in 1950 Triumph Leads the Field
This vintage motorcycle ad shows the 1950 model Triumph motorcycles with descriptions and retail prices.
Thunderbird 6T – 40 cu. inch (650 cc) $678.48
Tiger 100 T100 – 30.50 cu. inch (500 cc) $699.17
Speed Twin 5T – 30.50 cu. inch (500 cc) $659.80
Trophy Model TR – 30.50 cu. inch (500 cc) $706.49
Deluxe 3T 21 cu. inch (350 cc) $599.09