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BSA started to produce motorcycles seriously in the early 1900's & went on to produce a huge number of models over the coming years. They also produced 126,000 of the M20 model for use by the military in WW2.

Because of the sheer volume of machines produced in the 20th century there are still many machines available for collectors & enthusiasts, so it is definitely worth looking through Ebay in the countries listed below, you never know what luck you might have!!. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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1948 BSA Bantam

Engine Size: 123cc

First Produced: 1948

1948 BSA Bantam

1970 BSA Bantam

Engine Size: 175cc

1970 BSA Bantam 175

With a single cylinder two stroke engine coupled to a 3 speed gearbox this model was popular during the post war depression for its excellent fuel economy & ease of maintenance.

There were several improved variants of the Bantam right through to 1971...

D1, BD1: 1948 - 63

D3: 1954 - 57

D5: 1958

D7: 1959 - 66

D10 (all): 1967

D14/4 (all): 1968 - 69

D/B 175 (all): 1969 - 71

From the mid 60's a 175cc model was available which still retained the two stroke engine & was much nippier than the previous smaller engined models.

1959 BSA A10 Golden Flash

Engines: 646cc

First Produced: 1949

1959 BSA A10 Golden Flash

Twin OHV engine coupled to 4 speed gearbox. Although never designed as a fast machine, the Golden Flash was nonetheless fast for its time and very competitive with similar size competitors achieving over 100 miles per hour in tests in 1950. 80% of all BSA Golden Flash were mainly for the US market.

1959 BSA Super Rocket

Engine Size: 646cc

First Produced: 1959

1959 BSA Super Rocket

Twin OHV engine coupled to 4 speed gearbox. This is a sportier version of the A10 series which was not only extremely reliable, it could cruise at nearly 100mph. This was a significant improvement and it proved a very popular machine amongst motorcycle enthusiasts.

1959 BSA C15

Engine: 249cc

First Produced: 1958

1959 BSA C15

Single cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHV. Early models were not so reliable being prone to main bearing failure. Later models were improved & it became a good everyday motorcycle without any remarkable features. Trials & scramble versions were also manufactured & these proved to be very successful in competition.

1963 BSA Royal Star / Star Twin

Engine: 654cc

First Produced: 1962

1963 BSA Royal Star / Star Twin

Air cooled 654cc OHV parallel twin coupled to a 4 speed gearbox. In England these were known as Star models, whereas in the U.S. they were called Royal Star. These models were produced at the same time as Triumph, their main competitors, who held the edge on performance, not to mention the machines emerging onto the market from Japan.

1968 BSA Mk.IV Spitfire Special

Engine: 980cc

First Produced: 1968

1968 BSA A65 MkIV Spitfire Special

Air cooled, 4 stroke OHV Parallel twin, 2 valves per cylinder with 4 speed gearbox. One of the best BSAs to be engineered, fastest and more comfortable than its A65 predecessors it developed 53hp at 7000rpm.

1969 BSA A75 Rocket III

Engine Size: 740cc

First Produced: 1968

1969 BSA A75 Rocket III

Engine is OHV transverse, inline triple, 4 stroke with 4 speed gearbox developing 60hp at 7250rpm. Although most British motorcycles used a wet multiplate clutch, this triple had a dry single-plate clutch in a housing between the primary chaincase and the gearbox. Mounted on the end of the gearbox mainshaft was a large transmission shock-absorber.

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For 1959 BSA A10 Golden Flash

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