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  • BSA UNIT CONSTRUCTION TWINS THE COMPLETE STORY
    MATTHEW VALE
    The BSA 500 and 650cc unit twins were the top-of-the-range models for BSA from the early 19605 through to the Rocket 3 of 1969. The model range covered every angle, from staid tourer, through rorty offroad racers to true road-burners. Though the bikes never seemed as popular as . contemporary Triumphs, the BSA twins commanded a loyal following that continues to this day. This b...
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    37,00 €

  • BSA BANTAM
    OWEN WRIGHT
    The diminutive BSA Bantam is one of the icons of British motoring in the twentieth century. It was not fast, or glamorous, or particularly well built; but it was cheap, easy to ride and reasonably reliable. It was an introduction to motoring for thousands of men and women in the fifties and sixties, and it still holds an important place in the memory of many. This book charts t...
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    37,00 €

  • BSA PRE UNIT SINGLE B, C, AND M RANGES 1937-1963 Nº16
    ROY BACON
    BSA introduced a new range of singles for 1937 were to become the mainstay of that section of their range in the 1940s abd 1950s From it came the famous Gold Star, winner of many races in many types of competition, and the prosaic C10, derided vy some as `grey porridge´, but providing basic transport, BSA singles gave transport and success - their pre-unit history is recorded h...
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    9,00 €

  • BSA TWINS A50 65 GOLD PORTFOLIO 1962-1973
    This second book on the Twins covers the A50 and A65 models. Articles include road tests, touring, engine rebuild, etc. Models: Royal Star, Rocket, Lightning, Cyclone, Thunderbolt, Spitfire, Special, II, III, Hornet. 172 pages, over 300 illus. SB. ...
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    25,00 €

  • BSA & TRIUMPH TRIPLES GOLD PORTFOLIO 1968-1976
    Forty articles cover the BSA Rocket 3, Trident, T150, T160 and Hurricane. Road, comparison and race tests, history, performance data, engine analysis and rebuild. 172 pages, over 300 illus. SB. ...
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    32,00 €

  • BSA SINGLES GOLD PORTFOLIO 1945-1963
    Compilation of 59 articles covering the Starfire Scrambler, Catalina, Sports Star, Gold Star, Super Sports, 250, 350, 500, 600. Includes road tests, touring, model introductions, sidecar reports, tuning, etc. 172 pages, 300+ illus. SB. ...
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    32,00 €

  • BSA SINGLES GOLD PORTFOLIO 1964-1974
    Collection of 48 articles including road, comparison and track tests, racing, performance data, engine analysis & rebuild. Models covered: Starfire, 250, 350, 441, 500, Shooting Star, Gold Star, Manx, Baja, Victor, Special & MX. 172 pages, 300+ illus. SB. ...
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    32,00 €

  • BSA BANTAM. THE ESSENTIAL BUYERS GUIDE
    PETER HENSHAW
    Features• No-nonsense, straightforward handbook to buying a Bantam • Detailed, step-by-step guide to points to look for• Restore, or pay more to start with?• Spares prices• Relative value when viewing each model• Auction guide• Problems that arise from lack of use• Useful contacts – clubs, parts suppliers, restorers• Facts & figures• The reality of living with a Bantam Descript...
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    19,00 €

  • BSA 500 AND TWINS A7 A10 A50 A65 1946 TO 1973. THE ESSENTIAL BUYERS GUIDE
    PETER HENSHAW
    Features- A complete guide to buying both pre-unit and unit BSA Twins- Just like having your own BSA Twin expert by your side- Ownership advice – is it the right bike for you?- 10 minute and 30 minute evaluation checklists- How to check the bikes’ authenticity- Which models are best?- The implications of restoration- Running cost details- Auction guide - How to get the paperwor...
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    19,00 €

  • THE BSA BANTAM BIBLE ALL MODELS 1948-1971
    PETER HENSHAW
    Features• Year-by-year, change-by-change evolution details• A complete history of the Bantam• How it came about – postwar reparations from Germany• Bantam cousins – Harley and Russian ‘Bantams’• Success! – the early years• Growing up – the 148cc and 175cc Bantams• Tragedy – lack of development leads to decline• What might have been – could the Bantam have survived?• Useful cont...
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    55,50 €

  • BSA THE COMPLETE STORY
    GREG PULLEN
    BSA was once the world's most successful motorcycle company, manufacturing more machines than any other in the world by the mid-1950s. And yet, after winning the Queens Award to Industry for exports in 1967 and 1968, it collapsed into bankruptcy in 1973. This is an epic story of rise and fall, even by the precarious standards of the British motorcycle industry.With over 170 col...
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    37,00 €

  • BSA PRE UNIT TWINS THE COMPLETE STORY
    MICK WALKER
    BSA was once the largest – and most successful – motorcycle company in the world. Many of the most famous ‘Beezas’ were powered by twin-cylinder engines, in both vee and parallel configurations.During the interwar years BSA built a series of side-valve and overhead valve v-twins in 500, 750 and 1000cc. After the Second World War, BSA built a family of vertical twins in 500cc [A...
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    37,00 €

  • BSA GOLD STAR AND OTHER SINGLES (B, M, C -RANGES, BANTAM, UNIT SINGLES)
    ROY BACON
    The most popular motor cycle in the worldThe post war single cylinder BSA is a short description of a multitude of different motorcycles. Highlighted by the exciting Gold Star, this book succeeds in analysing all the different models, loved or unloved, and concludes with easily read specifications and model recognition points. No BSA enthusiast can afford to ignore it. Here are...
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    39,00 €

  • BSA TWINS A7 10 1946-1962 GOLD PORTFOLIO
    60 articles including road tests, performance data, etc. Models: Road Rocket, Golden Flash, Super Rocket, Gold Star, Star Twin and Shooting Star. 172 pages, 300+ illus. SB. ...
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    25,00 €

  • BSA UNITS SINGLES THE COMPLETE STORY INCLUDING THE TRIUMPH DERIVATES
    MATTHEW VALE
    The BSA range of unit construction singles was in production for fifteen years, and spanned the time of BSA's greatest success, to the eventual failure of the company. In that time, the range provided BSA with their basic 'bread and butter' machines, gave thousands of learners an introduction to motorcycling, provided BSA with many national and world championship wins in the of...
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    37,00 €

  • BSA MOTORCYCLES. THE FINAL EVOLUTION
    BRAD JONES
    Features• All 1971/1972 BSA and Triumph models described and pictured• Detailed study of the 350cc DOHC Fury and Bandit twins• Tells of fascinating prototype and development work, including the X-75 Hurricane• Over 200 photos, 125 colour, and 50 previously unpublished• BSA’s impressive 1971 competition successes fully documented• A comprehensive look at the 50cc Ariel 3 trike• ...
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    46,50 €

  • BSA 350, 441 & 500 SINGLES. THE ESSENTIAL BUYER'S GUIDE
    PETER HENSHAW
    Features• A no-nonsense, straightforward guide to buying a unit single BSA• Includes guide prices for spare parts• Lists each model’s relative value• Detailed guide to purchasing, with points to look for• Advice on buying by auction• Should you restore, or pay more to start with?• Shows problems caused by lack of use• BSA 350 & 500 singles facts & figures• Useful contacts, incl...
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    20,00 €

  • BSA TWINS AND TRIPLES POSTWAR A7 A10 A50 A65 ROCKET III
    ROY BACON
    During the early postwar years, motorcycling was as popular as it is today – then the early BSA twin in its various guises was the machine for Mr Everyman. For the best part of thirty years these very British motorcycles have entertained and worked for their riders on the roads and racetracks throughout the world. Today they have become highly desirable as collectors’ items, gi...
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    39,00 €