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The Sidecar – A History


The Sidecar – A History

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"The Sidecar" is the result of over forty years interest and seven years research by the author into the origins and development of the sidecar through the 20th century. Starting in Victorian times, this book traces the need for riders of early bicycles and motorcycles to carry a passenger. At first trailers and forecars were used before sidecars were adopted as the best and most sociable position to carry a person or good.

An A-Z of over 300 sidecar makers and suppliers is included along with numerous photographs. The pen and ink illustrations are by Alan Johnson. Many of the original patents are included in this book which is of importance to all vehicle enthusiasts.

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Weight 1.2 kg


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