CYCLE MANUFACTURING METHODS

A Short Review by F. W. EVANS

Evans enthusiast Masakazu Sato from Tochigi, Japan, kindly sent his copy of the Evans 'Cycle Manufacturing Methods' for me to scan. A 32 page booklet crammed full of illustrations and information and also plenty of advice by F.W. Evans himself extolling the virtues of Evans products in his own inimitable style. Thanks Masa.

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Front cover
Inside front cover

Pages:-
01 - Description of Manufacturing methods
02 - Manufacturing methods continued
03 - Some cutaway Illustrations of lugs
04 - Manufacturing methods' continued
05 - About wheels
06 - Gears, tyres, chainwheels, cranks, saddles and pedals
07 - Handlebars, breaks and the Evans dropout
08 - More about the Evans dropout. Mudguards and lubrication
09 - The Evans direct lubrication system plus frame finishes
10 - Sundries and equipment
11 - The Evans 'Upright Grand'
12 - The Evans 'All-Out'
12a The Evans '12'
14 - The Evans 'R.R'.
15 - The Evans 'Lightbuoy'.
16 - The Evans 'Ladylyt'
17 - The Evans 'Clubmate'
18 - The Evans T.B.P model
19 - The Evans Steelite
20 - The Evans R.R. Tandem
21 - The Evans Touring Tandem

22 - The Evans Tourlux
23 - Evans frames
24 - Supamentary to specifications
25 - Handlebar illustrations
26 - Evans-built wheels

27 - Cothing for the road
28 - Racing kit
29 - Evans cycling shoes
30 - Evans touring bags
31 - More Evans touring bags
32 - Waterproofs

Inside back cover

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