1922: The Blue ‘Un celebrates 1,000

In 1922 The Motor Cycle published its 1,000th issue and marked the milestone with a number of retrospectives, including a definitive history of the birth and evolution of the sidecar—in 1922 sidecar outfits were the most common vehicles on UK roads. And in the 1922 Features section you’ll find a real gem: nothing less than a succinct history of motor cycling evolution penned by Ixion.

“The first motor cycle, made by Daimler in 1885, compared with a modem TT mount—the AJS.”

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