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Kangaroo bicycle, description of the, 10

Labour, female, 48
Lamps, 97–99
——, gas 98
——, hub, 97–98
——, oil, 97–98
Lawson's safety bicycle, 13
Lever driven, safety, an early, 13
Linley & Biggs, change speed gear, 59
Liquid brazing, 36
Local assemblers, 45

Machining processes, 37
Machining shops, the, 37
Makers, large and small, 45
Manufacturing processes, from stores to railway dray, 32–44
Mass production, 45
Materials used in cycle industry, 27–31
——, main sources of production of, 27–31
Military bicycles, 87–89
Millford side-car, the, 112, 113
Montgomery side-car, the, 112
Morris, G. L., referee, 16
Motor cycle, the, 105–114
—— ——, the Perks and Birch, 106–107
—— ——, the Triumph, 108
—— ——, the Minerva, 107
—— ——, the J.A.P., 108
—— ——, the Wolfmuller, 105–106
—— ——, the Humber, 111
—— ——, the Werner, 106–107
—— ——, the Singer, 106–107
—— ——, the Excelsior, 108
—— —— change speed gears, 62–63
—— —— industry, early struggles of the, 105–108, 113
—— ——, prices, 110–111
—— ——, the Scott two-stroke, 110
—— cycles, introduction to this country, 73
—— Manufacturing Co., the, 106
—— tricycles, 73
—— tricycle, the Ariel, 107
Motor tricycle, the De Dion Bouton, 107
Mudgards, assembling of, 38

National Cyclists' Union, 68, 70
Nickel-plating process, the, 40–41
North Road C.C., the, 70
Nottingham and the cycle industry, 30

Oil lamps, 97–98
Olympia tandem tricycle, the, 22–23
Ordinary or high bicycle, the, 7
Origin of the bicycle, and early history, 1–16
Otto Bicycle, the, 18

Packing bicycles for transit by rail, 44
—— —— for shipment abroad, 44
Palmer tyre, the, 56
Patents, tyre, 56
Paths, cyclists', 80
Payments for piecework and daywork, 34–35
Penn's of Greenwich, 2
Perks & Birch motor cycle, the, 106–107
Petrograd to Paris ride, Chas. Terront's, 102–103
Pickling of frames, etc., 36
Piecework and daywork payments, 34–35
Pioneer rides, 102–104
Plain bearings, 8
Plating and polishing shops, the, 39–41
Pneumatic and other tyres, 50–57
Premier, the Catford, 16
Pressings, 46
Processes of manufacture, from stores to railway dray, 32–44
Production figures, 91
Production of materials, main sources of, 27–31
——, methods, 32–44, 45–49

Quadricycle, a military, 87

Races, important road, 70
Racing, the trade and, 67–70
—— tracks, London and provincial, 67–68