SOME 1925 MOTOR CYCLES.
SPECIAL FEATURES OV THESE MACHINES: in the 0.E.C.-Blackhurne, the frame construction: in the Levis, also, the frame (curved top tube) : in the Scott-Squirrel, the general arrangement of one of the best road-holding machines of to-day : in the Triumph, the arrangement of the four overhead valves. The Beardmore-Precision, shown, is an entirely new model, as is also the Rover. The Nimbus is a newcomer from Denmark, and the feature of the Enfield is its clean design and straight-through arrangement of the exhaust piping.
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