The cavalry had a large variety in organisational units. We shall not be able to give the full specification on that. Basically units were formed in regiments that were either formed by four, five or six squadrons [equavalent to company, but smaller]. Squadrons were divided in platoons. The cavalry units were either equipped with horses, bicycles or motorbikes or a mixture of those. The armoured car squadrons were equipped with 12 off AFV's and one ACV, and were sub-divided in platoons of each three cars and a platoon of motor-hussars. The available section of five UC's [Cardon-Lloyd] had been sub-divided into three different sections. Two equipped with two UC's and one with the last remaining carrier.
Which doesn't add much to your original post.
Does mention "motorcycle Hussars"
This is a gameing site but may be of use as it does have some low level OBs:
This wiki article describes a battle that some Dutch Hussars were involved in. By following the references and links you may turn up something:
This hyperwar link may also be of interest:
It contains the following:
- Four army corps each consisting of: The staff. Two infantry divisions, each consisting of the staff, three infantry brigades, one machine-gun company, one regiment divisional artillery, consisting of the staff and three brigades (two brigades armed with field guns of 7 cm. and one brigade with 12 cm. or 15 cm. howitzers) and one company of pioneers. The army corps troops consisting of: One regiment of hussars, consisting of the staff, two mounted squadrons, four cyclist squadrons, one machine-gun squadron, one anti-tank squadron, one platoon of mortars, and one platoon of tanks. One regiment of army corps artillery, but consisting only of one brigade of three batteries armed with 10 cm. medium artillery. The army corps train.
One light division, consisting of the staff, two brigades of cyclists, two regiments of motor cyclist hussars, the corps of horse artillery, consisting of a staff and two brigades of artillery, armed with 7 cm. light field guns and the divisional train.
There are a number of other references to Hussars in that document. Using your browser search function will turn them up pretty quickly.
Hope this has been of some use.