A man dressed in a hat, bow tie, and jacket with belt, stands next to a motorcycle in a snow filled city landscape. The name, Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycle Mfg Co. , is visible on the surface of the motorcycle. A small bag is strapped to the bike above the rear wheel. A 1924 Oregon license plate that reads, BH-5 is visible next to the front wheel. A light fixture is attached to the bike below the handlebars. Behind the man parked vehicles, buildings, trees, and a sign are visible.
A man sits posing on a motorcycle in front of a store with a window display that consists of a motorcycle with two American flags attached to its handle bars. The man holds a cigarette and is dressed in a short brimmed hat, turtleneck, jacket, beaded button-up shirt with fringe, wool pants, and high lace-up leather boots. The motorcycle has the words Excelsior Henderson Motorcycle Manufacturing Company Chicago USA. A tire tube wrapped around the motorcycle's sidecar is partially visible on the opposite side of motorcycle. Paper with writing and pictures are attached to the store window behind the man. A large entryway to the store is visible in the background.