Monday, December 10, 2012

The Lady Drives in The Motor Cycle

We have published in its entirety the pamphlet that the Enfield Cycle Co. produced in 1916 in order to entice more female riders. Here is the coverage its publication got the The Motor Cycle. Ipad users may need to go to the URL to see it.

Lady Drives

1 comment:

  1. The wonderful World War I era ads you have featured continue to amaze me. Motorcycles and sidecars were available for civilians in England in 1917. And were being enthusiastically flogged for sale. The war apparently did not monopolize industrial output. Just as interesting is that the craftsmen producing the motorcycles were still at their machines, not in the trenches.



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