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THE CYCLE INDUSTRY

Tool bags, 100
Touring Club, the Cyclists' 86
—— on the Continent, 86
Tracks, London and provincial racing, 67–68
Track and road racing, 69
Trade conditions, the future, 73
——, racing and the, 67–70
Tricycle axle, the Abingdon, 22
——, the, balance gear, 20, 22
——, era, the, 17–23
——, James Starley's original, 17
——, the Challenge, 18
——, the Coventry Lever, 17
——, the Humber, 21
——, the Cripper, 21
——, the Rudge Rotary, 19, 20
—— tandem, the, 22
—— sociable, the, 22
Triumph motor cycle, the, 108
Truing wheels, 38
Tubing steel, where produced, 27–28, 30
Tyre, Bartlett's patent, 52
——, the Clincher, 52
——, the Constrictor racing, 57
——, history of the Dunlop, 52–56
——, the Dunlop, 52
——, the Palmer, 56
——, patents, 56
——, the single tube, 56
——, the Welch, 55
Tyres, leather, 50
——, solid rubber, 50
——, cushion, 51
Tyres, where produced, 30–31
——, pneumatic and other, 50–57
——, steel, 2, 50

Velocipede, the, 1, 3
Viewing of cycle parts, 42–44

Wages in cycle factories, 34–35
Walsall and the cycle industry, 27
Warman, 3
War Office, the, and the bicycle, 87–88
Watling, Mr., Manager, Cycle and Motor Cycle Manufacturers' Union, 117
—— Street, 78–79
Weights of cycles, 81–83
Werner motor cycle, the, 106
Wheel building, 37–38
—— truing, 38
—— rim standards, 95
Wheels, early construction of, 4
——, lever construction of, 5
——, laced and tangent spoked, 6
——, disparity of diameters, 6
Whippet spring frame, the, 64
Wired-on covers for tyres, 55
Wolfmuller motor cycle, the, 105–106
Wolverhampton and the cycle industry, 30

Xtraordinary Challenge, Singer's, 14




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