When you walk into a dealership to look for a car, who do you think has the advantage? HOW TO BUY A CAR Without Losing Your Shirt will tell you what to watch out for, and how the salesperson is trained to control the customer.
Jay Hamilton was a freelance photojournalist specializing in motorsports through most of the 1970s. His work was published in national magazines, such as "Cycle Guide" and "Modern Cycle", as well as smaller publications. Hamilton got into motorsports when his father gave him a Travis motorized bicycle when he first got his driver's license. That old Iver Johnson frame had been brazed several times already because it could not stand the vibration of the Travis motor, which mounted on the front fork and drove the front wheel with a "stone" held against the tire by the weight of the motor. Needless to say, tire life was not good.
Join Hamilton on Saturday, January 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Meeting Room A at the Headquarters Branch.