The Triumph Corporation, the British manufacturer, makes an honest-to-goodness straddle-seated motorcycle—its Sports Cub—which can be used on the trail or on the highways. The Cub can drum out 16 hp with its 200 cc. engine at a flick of the throttle. In 1963, a competition Cub won its class championship in the 500-mile Jack Pine Enduro contest at Lansing, Mich., a grueling test of a motorcycle's ability to take rugged cross-country terrain. The cycle costs $675, and it is not for beginners. For sure-seated cyclists, Triumph makes larger, more powerful machines (500 cc., 650 cc). Write to Triumph Corporation, Baltimore, Md., 21204, for their catalog.