INDIAN – COURSE OF INSTRUCTION FOR TEACHING MOTORCYCLE RIDING
WRITTEN BY ERLE ARMSTRONG, S.E.
PUBLISHED BY INDIAN MOTOCYCLE COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD, MASS., U.S.A. – Form M616
The following lessons of instruction have been prepared especially for your use in teaching the proper procedure for motorcycle riding to students – whether it be one student or a large class.
The lessons as given in this course of instruction have been laid out by the foremost authority in this country on motorcycle riding – Erle “Pop” Armstrong, S.E. of the Indian Motocycle Company, Springfield, Mass. Mr. Armstrong has taught motorcycle riding to a great many Governmental groups – State and City Police Officers as well as individual riders.
Foreword to instructors
Lesson 1 : Introducing the students to the motorcycle
Lesson 2 : Dry riding
Lesson 3 : Starting the motorcycle
Lesson 4 : First instructions in riding
Lesson 5 : Start and stop riding
Lesson 6 : Use of second gear
Lesson 7 : Simple executions and maneuvers
Lesson 8 : Riding the highway
Lesson 9 : Advanced executions and maneuvers
Lesson 10 : Parking the motorcycle
Lesson 11 : Advanced riding
The book is used, the cover is damaged (see photograph). The text is typed with a typewriter, 33 pages, English text.