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Timeline: Motorcycles 1907

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1907 Jan 26th. Auto-Cycle Club Trial. Fifth Quarterly Reliability Trial.

1907 Mar 26th. Auto-Cycle Club Annual General Meeting

1907 Apr 17th. Auto-Cycle Club Trial. 125 mile route from Uxbridge and included Dashwood Hill.

1907 May 17th. London to Edinburgh Run. 4th running of the event.

1907 May 28th Isle of Man TT Races. First running of this race. Separate events for single-cylinder and twin-cylinder bikes. Makers included Matchless, Triumph and Norton.

1907 Jun 24th. 53,877 motorcycles registered, an increase of 8,142 on the previous year.[1]

1907 Jul 26th. Auto-Cycle Club 24-hours Run - London-Plymouth-London

1907 Aug 10th. Auto-Cycle Club - Annual Race Meeting

1907 Aug 19th. Auto-Cycle Club Trial. The 5th 6-day trial - 1,000 Miles.

1907 Oct 05th. Auto-Cycle Club Trial. Hill-climb at Sharpenhoe.

1907 Nov 22nd. Stanley Show

See also 1907 Motorcycle Records

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Sources of Information

  1. The Motor Cycle 1907/07/31 p605