ISDT Motorcycle Adverts – 1920’s

Image of scanned 1920’s Ad from ‘The Motor Cycle’ for HUMBER ISDT Model.

Image of scanned advert for 2 3/4 ‘Six Days’ Motorcycle in the early 1920’s

Image of scanned brochure for Francis Barnett 172cc 1 3/4 hp that had achieved awards in the 1924 Scottish Six Day Trial

Image of scanned advert in ‘The Light Car and CycleCar’ for the Morgan Runabout 3 wheeler which had achieved Gold Medals in the ISDT 1926

Image of scanned advert from ‘The Motor Cycle’ in 1926 from BSA announcing their successes in the ISDT 1926

Image of scanned advert from ‘The Motor Cycle’ for the success of Calthorpe Motorcycles in the ISDT

Image of scanned advert from ‘The Motor Cycle’ by Douglas Motorcycles of Bristol announcing their success with single and combination motorcycles in the ISDT also showing their royal warrant for supplying motorcycles to the King.

Image of scanned advert for Excelsior Motorcycles indicating the Birmingham Factory’s successes in the ISDT

Image of scanned advert for the Francis & Barnett Motorcycle factory of Coventry listing their success at the ISDT 1926

Image of scanned advert from ‘The Motor Cycle’ for the James Cycle works in Birmingham listing their successes in the ISDT 1924 1925 1926

Image of scanned advert from ‘the Motor Cycle’ for KLG Spark Plugs and their success in the ISDT 1926

Image of scanned image of advert from ‘The Motor Cycle’  for the New Imperial Motors factories successes in the ISDT 1926

Image of scanned advert from the Motor Cycle for the Terry Saddle which was popular for many competitors in the ISDT 1926

Image of scanned advert from ‘the Motor Cycle’ 1918, for Burney & Blackburne of Surrey Engines. as found by Dave Martin.

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