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January 31, 2010

1952 Albert Gunter – new 7-mile National Champion

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Cover: Albert Gunter, the new 7-mile National Champion pictured with his trophy, just presented by Referee Barney Barker, on right. Standing left of Gunter is Claude Morgan of Houston, Texas, holding trophy awarded him as tuner of the winning machine.

Contents: Shreveport; Can America Wint the T.T.?; Sandy Lane Enduro; The New 1953 Indian Chief “Eighty”; The Triumph Range for 1953; A Matchless Clubman Convinces a Skeptic; Texas State Championship Endurance Run; more

1952 November Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com in the “ Motorcycle Magazines” category

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January 21, 2010

1952 Williams Grove – Ernie Beckman / Indian wins 8-Mile Championship

It must be that the Pennsylvania air agrees with the genial jockey from Battle Creek, Michigan, Ernie Beckman, for he came back to this well-prepared track outside of Harrisburg, Pa. to win the 8-mile National for the second year in a row…

Also included on the second page is an article about Everett Brashear / Harley-Davidson winning the 5-mile National at Sturgis, S.D.

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1952 Syracuse – Bobby Hill / Indian wins 10-mile Championship

Bobby Hill of Columbus, Ohio, fire balled his way through the heat waves on the blistering track at Syracuse, N.Y. to capture first honors in the Ten Mile National Championship race on August 30…

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1952 Milwaukee – Paul Goldsmith – Harley-Davidson wins 15-mile championship crown

Paul Goldsmith, St. Claire Shores, Mich., astride a Harley-Davidson, in a sensational last lap spurt from fourth position, edged out Ernie Beckman, Battle Creek, Mich., and Don Hawley, Inglewood, Calif. to win the 15-mile Championship crown…

photo: Riders Don Hawley (88), Paul Goldsmith (3) and Ernie Beckman (55). Behind them l to r, Tim Witham, Bill Knuth and Earl Robinson. Insert, Goldsmith.

1952 Milwaukee Paul Goldsmith Harley-Davidson wins 15-mile championship crown 2-Page Article available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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January 20, 2010

1965 U.S. Grand Prix – Mike Hailwood wins by 7 1/2 miles!

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Three time World Motorcycle Champion Mike Hailwood of Oxford, England, made a one man race out of the United States Motorcycle Club’s 200 kilometer Grand Prix of the U.S. for 500cc machines at the cold and windy Daytona International Speedway…

photos at right: Another Trophy for Hailwood’s collection; Canadian Roger Beaumont, another Norton rider, finished a respectable third; Californian Buddy Parriot finished second behind the legendary Hailwood. Parriot rides a 500cc Norton.

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1965 Yamaha Sweeps 250 Class at Daytona International Speedway

Dick Mann of Crockett, Calif., 1963 AMA Grand National Champion, led a triumphant 1-2-3 sweep by Yamaha’s American factory team in the 100 mile open competition race for both the expert and amateur riders on 250cc machines…

Dick Mann 1st, Gary Nixon 2nd, Buddy Elmore 3rd

Photos: top center: (left to right) Dick Mann; Miss Motorcycle Classics 1965 Nancy Beckman, a student at Daytona Beach Junior College; and a second place winner Gary Nixon of Wheaton, Maryland.

top right: Winner Dick Mann aboard his NGK-sparked team Yamaha

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January 17, 2010

1953 Motorcycle Racing – Dodge City, Laconia, Bay Meadows!

Cover: The start of the Novice event at Laconia is shown in top photo, with a Harley-Davidson and two Triumphs getting underway. Bottom, left: Joe Leonard (98) leads Don Hawley (88) on Harley-Davidson “K” in Bay Meadows race. Right: Bill Tuman, riding Norton (51) gains lead at Dodge City on a dusty track. He won the 200-miler.

Contents: Action at Dodge City; Dodge City Personalities; Dodge City Highlights; Bay Meadows; Laconia; The Giant Killer; The Alpine Trials; Isle of Man; Alcan Pioneer; Mexican Hare and Hounds; BSA Dealer Conference; more

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

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January 13, 2010

1959 Fierce competition during Daytona 200-miler

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Cover: Top: Fierce competition during Daytona 200-miler; Circle: Brad Andres, two-time winner of Daytona National Championship event; Lower left: “The Parasite” twin-engined Triumph drag race winner, with builder John Melnizuk and rider Tom Grazias.

Contents: Daytona National Championship races; BSA and Ariel Dealers meet; Arthur Godfrey Salutes Cyclists; Lucas AC Lighting-Ignition equipment; Triumph Speed Twin Road Test; Across Europe and Asia on a BMW; Trailblazers Banquet; Rallye in the Rain; Motorcycle & Scooter Import Figures; WCC members awarded trophies; more

1959 May Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com in the “ Motorcycle Magazines” category

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January 12, 2010

1952 Jack Pine Country! Miles and miles of soft slippery sand

Cover: Jack Pine Country! This is a sample of the miles and miles of soft slippery sand which is always a part of the famous Annual 500-mile 2-day Endurance Run sponsored by the Lansing, Motorcycle Club of Lansing, Mich. This year’s championship was won by Frank Piasecki, riding a B.S.A.

Contents: Williams Grove 8-Mile Championship; Sturgis 5-Mile Championship; Springfield 25-Mile Championship; Milwaukee 15-Mile Championship; Muskegon Class A Hill Climb Championship; Syracuse 10-Mile Championship; Langhorne 100-Mile Championship; Jack Pine 500-Mile Enduro Championship; Bonneville Speed Trials; The 1953 Harley-Davidson Line; more

1952 September Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com in the “ Motorcycle Magazines” category

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January 5, 2010

1951 Walt Fulton / Triumph Wins Catalina Grand National

By literally running over more than fifty riders in the first lap of the treacherous ten mile course, Walt Fulton on his thundering Triumph put himself in a position to systematically work his way into winning the first running of the Catalina Grand National, held May 6th. It was a magnificient effort. Closely pressing Fulton were Charles “Feets” Minert, BSA, Del Kuhn, AJS and Nick Nicholson, BSA…

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