March 1, 2010

1953 NSU Motorcycle high wire act above the jagged peaks of the Bavarian Alps

Filed under: Cycle Magazine Back Issues — dadsvintageads @ 12:36 pm

Cover: German Stunt riders do a perilous high wire act with an NSU high above the jagged peaks of the Bavarian Alps. top right, Cycle’s new road tester, Pee Wee Cullum throws the Dot Scrambler into a slide; Center, Detroit’s glamorous Helen Nilan gets closer look at the Schanz-Bird, a Triumph Trophybird displayed at the Michigan Motor Show. Bike was undisputed in the East but is now eating dust at Pomona and Santa Ana drag strips. Warning: beware of little boy with three red Triumphs. Joe Leonard, bottom right, in action at Windber, Pa. Joe and his crimson H-D K model are most feared combination in National Competition this year, won Windber, Bay Meadows, Sturgis Nationals;

Contents: Leonard stars in Windber 50; Frame Smasher!; Head for the Hills! – Dot road test; Draggin’ at Diego; 24 Hour National; Michigan Motor Show; Big Man in Little Valley; A Hot Shoe in the nursery; Is your engine efficient?; front drive warrior; Chicago Colossus; Twin Engine Monster!; Rosemond Speed Trials; more

1953 October Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com in the “ Motorcycle Magazines” category

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