BSA For Sale
BSA or Birmingham Small Arms Company is Britain's largest and undoubtedly most thriving motorcycle manufacturer. The company was founded in 1861 in the Gun Quarter, Birmingham, England by fourteen gunsmiths. Later, during 1903 the company branched out to manufacture motorcycles. Over last hundred years the company has offered a wide range of motorcycles starting from the unassuming humble Bantam to alarming Rocket that has three-cylinder engine placed transversely on the body.
of the BSA classic WM20, Flattank and Sloper, 1914 Flattank, BSA A7
Shooting Star, Spitfire 1966 BSA Spitfire, or A65 Lightning British
Classic Vintage are adored by motorbike lovers. The solid
construction, unmatched safety features, and ease of ridding make
them a hit among bikers.
Search below for more such signature BSA bikes at the most affordable prices.
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|BSA : Lightning 1969 BSA Lightning A65 Chopper Bobber 70s custom
|BSA : M20 BSA M20 1956 with cab
|BSA : 650 firebird scrambler 1971 BSA 650 firebird scrambler
|BSA : Victor 1969 BSA 441 B44 B25 NICE RUNS GREAT
|BSA : B50 SS BSA B50 SS
|BSA : royalstar 1969 bsa custom royal star very unique
|BSA : Gold Star 1962 BSA Gold Star DBD34
|BSA : LIGHTNING 1969 BSA Lightning 650 Unrestored original bike
|BSA : Thunderbolt 1969 BSA Thunderbolt
BSA A7 Shooting Star, for example, was an instant success when it was introduced in 1954. It has a swinging-arm frame, alloy made cylinder head, high lift cams, and carburetor made of Amal monobloc 376. This model has been highly rated for as fast as the powerful 650 Rocket. But this is much more smoother and economical than Rocket. It can comfortably attain nearly 100mph and can return 60mpg even while hard ridding.
BSA Bantam D7 and the renowned Gold Star with 4-stroke single are the
extremely popular and successful cafe racer and Clubmans TT on the
IOM. They have Bantam 2-stroke singles engines with 125cc and 175cc
capacity, respectively, that are greatly enjoyed by the riders. BSA
A10 Rocket Goldstar was specially designed by Eddie Dow during 1959.
It has special Goldie rolling chassis and A10 Rocket engine. This
combination made it immediately popular. The rolling chassis
presented finest handling to the riders along with safe and smooth
braking system. It has light alloy head and the exclusive sports
profile camshaft. The compression ratio of 9.0:1 produced an amazing
46-bhp run. - Nicole L.