1. Johnson was a motorcycle produced in 1902 in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire.
This machine was a typical primitive, with a Minerva engine hung from the downtube of a heavy-duty frame. It also had the usual cycle forks and brakes, belt drive and pedals.
2. Johnson 1920s was a motorcycle that originated in the United States of America, produced circa 1921 to 1924.
This machine was flat twin-cyliner, two-stroke, single-speed, chain-drive cycle attachment. American in origin, it had powered generators in the trenches during the Great War.
After the War was over, it was used over the rear wheel of a , and better known as the Economic. In both cases it was short-lived as supplies soon dried up.