Motorcycles, Sidecars and Cyclecars by Victor Page 1915
New York Republished as a quality hardback book in 2012
550 pages 336 Photographs, Drawings and illusrations see scans plus labelled fold-outs (Indian, Triumph, Four Stroke V Twin Engine, Troubleshooting Chart & Veteran Motorcycle Engine Diagram), Plus 40 pages of adverts.
A Comprehensive, Non-Technical Treatise on, all forms of lighter, self propelled vehicles, principles of operation, construction and practical application of components in leading American and Foreign Machines. Also complete Advice on management maintenance and repair of all representative types..This is the most valuable series of drawings ever produced
Treatise, Defining All Forms of the Lighter, Self-propelled Vehicles, Principles of Operation, Construction and Practical Application of... '
One of the earliest books to contain comprehensive information on the history, design, operation, and maintenance of motorcycles. And this is the very first in a series of successful books on motorcycles by Victor PagÃ©, one of the first to communicate technical information to a mass audience.
Includes references to Rudge, Brown, Triumph (vertical twin), Scott, Douglas, Royal Enfield, Premier, Phelon & Moore, Ariel, FN, De Dion, Daimler, Clement, Peugeot,
Indian, Henderson, Excelsior (USA), Curtiss, Regal Green, Standard, De Luxe, New Era, Wagner, Royal, Merkel, Yale, Pope, Thomas, Orient, Thomas, Halley, Hendee, Eagle, Harley Davidson, Pierce, Emblem, Fieldbach,