Posted 1 year ago
These are (3) editions of Motor Cycling magazine Road Tests from the 1950's. All three issues are copyrighted and printed by Temple Press Ltd. London, England. The first one is noted as the 1952 First Edition and has reinforcement cellophane tape applied by the owner around the edges of the cover. In the back of the issue it has fold-out illustrated pages (also reinforced on the creases) of early models of Ariel, B.S.A., Excelsior, Norton, Royal Enfield, Triumph, and Vincent motorcycles. It is a 48 page paperback magazine. The second one is the 1953 issue noted as the Second Edition and is full of illustrations and specifications. The fold-outs in the back of this isuue are of the early side cars available at the time. This issue is a 54 page paperback magazine. The third one is the 1954 issue noted as the Third Series (Edition). It is also full of illustrations and specifications and includes cutaway engine drawings of the Ariel 500cc, BSA 348cc, Norton 490cc, and the Royal Enfield 692cc among others. This issue is a 64 page paperback magazine.