BSA Motorcycles

The BSA Company has an interesting and sad history and the history of BSA motorcycles covers a period of over 60 years. In that time, the company developed a motorcycle that endures and is now a real classic with thousands of enthusiasts who continue to maintain these bikes and keep them on the road. This has been possible partly because of the huge numbers of spares that are still available, but mainly because of the enthusiasm of the bikers who care for these machines.
BSA motorcycles were manufactured by the Birmingham Small Arms Company which was established in the late 1800s and was once the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. BSA motorcycles were responsible for the design and manufacture of numerous famous models such as the 500cc Gold Star single, the BSA Lightning and the 3 cylinder BSA Rocket 3, to name but a few. Over the years BSA motorcycles have become coveted by many British motorcycle collectors and aficionados as excellent examples of British history, tradition and innovative design.

If you love BSA motorcycles and always wanted to get your hands on one, then you’ve come to
the right place. Check out our wide selection to find BSA motorcycles in excellent condition and all at great prices. Whether you want a BSA motorcycle simply to just look at or to ride, you can find BSA motorcycles to suit your every need. So, if you always wanted to have a classic motorcycle or you just like the style, then we can help you to find BSA motorcycles that you will fall in love with at first sight, if not at first ride. For the very best BSA motorcycles around, look no further.

BSA motorcycles for sale ...
1969 BSA B175 Bantam. V5C. Running Project.

1969 BSA B175 Bantam. V5C. Running Project.

Price: £820.00 (32 Bids)
Time Left: 4h 20m
BSA B44VS VICTOR SPECIAL 441CC 1970 MATCHING NUMBERS PROJECT

BSA B44VS VICTOR SPECIAL 441CC 1970 MATCHING NUMBERS PROJECT

Price: £1,370.00 (7 Bids)
Time Left: 4h 28m
BSA Bantam D10

BSA Bantam D10

Price: £771.00 (3 Bids)
Time Left: 6h
B.S.A M20 500CC 1944 MODEL

B.S.A M20 500CC 1944 MODEL

Price: £4,800.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 23h 11m
BSA A10 Golden Flash

BSA A10 Golden Flash

Price: £3,800.00 (12 Bids)
Time Left: 23h 39m
1960 BSA GOLD STAR DBD34 Scrambler

1960 BSA GOLD STAR DBD34 Scrambler

Price: £8,600.00 (27 Bids)
Time Left: 1d 2h 24m
1951 - BSA ZB32 350 Competition Trials classic motorbike ZB34 px swap

1951 - BSA ZB32 350 Competition Trials classic motorbike ZB34 px swap

Price: £7,980.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 1d 21h 48m
BSA A7SS SHOOTING STAR CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE

BSA A7SS SHOOTING STAR CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE

Price: £7,995.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 1d 22h 20m
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BSA motorcycles were specifically produced for the every day user who wanted an affordable bike that was reliable and could easily be repaired.  It was important therefore that spares were readily available and the company made sure that these were manufactured in sufficient numbers.  The marketing of BSA motorbikes was so successful that they were the preferred choice of the Post Office and the Automobile Association.  They were mostly used as a commuter bike and perhaps the most popular was the BSA Bantam, partly because this was the motorbike used by the Post Office for the delivery of telegrams.  If you wanted more power, you might choose the BSA A65 Firebird or the BSA Rocket Gold Star, both of which have a 650cc engines.
 
The “Beezer” is an important part of motorcycle history and we are fortunate that there are
still a great many of these bikes still around.   If you are looking for a project, then a BSA Motorcycle would be the perfect choice.  They are easy to work on and parts are readily available.  You could bring back to life a beautiful, classic BSA motorbike that can be ridden and enjoyed for years to come.