Classic British Motorcycles -The BSA's
||This is a picture of the shed where we
found the 1952 BSA A7 Star Twin, look very carefully and
you should just be able to spot the front number plate in
the centre of the picture! If you can not see it click here for a picture
pointing it out.
||After many hours of digging in the huge pile of car
and motorcycle parts, we unearthed this BSA and
discovered it was a motorcycle and sidecar combination.
All the motorcycle parts in the garage, and the owners
loft (and anywhere else he'd thought to store motorbike
bits) were purchased along with this one.
||this is the same bike again after its restoration
Roughly 1992. Having ridden this a couple of times, I can
attest to the fine job Delboy did of restoring it, and it
is a joy to ride. And has plenty of torque as all good
British motorcycles should, especially a big twin like
||Delboys wife had had enough of black motorbikes so
she told him to change the colour. So he sourced a close
match to another colour originally used on this year of
BSA and stripped it down and resprayed it in around 1998.
||This is a more modern bike from the 1970's, a BSA
Royal Star. Delboy being the hoarder he is spotted this
in a garden and inquired if it was for sale, done the
deal and brought it home. It hasn't been touched much
apart from the repairs needed to get it running and
through the MOT required to ride it on the British