The most recent sale listings for BSA motorcycles.
|1962 BSA BSA A10 PRE UNIT SUPER ROCKET|
|1964 BSA 1964 BSA chopper 650 4 speed springer harley tank|
|1960 BSA C15S Very Nicely Restored|
|1965 BSA C15 250 Sport Star 80 1965 BSA C15 250 Sport Star 80 Red Only 2143 Miles ! 1-OWNER BIKE !!!|
|1949 BSA B31 1949 BSA B31 B33 Hybrid Baby Chopper|
|BSA: Golden Flash Classic fi BSA Golden Flash 1956 motorcycle 650cc restored to Concours standards|
|1971 BSA B50 1971 BSA B50 B50T Victor Trail B50SS Single Gold Star 500 *2347 FRAME CASE TITLE|
|1971 BSA A65 1971 BSA A65 A65L Lightning Thunderbolt A65T A-65 650 *2181 FRAME TITLE|
|1956 BSA 1956 BSA DB Clubman Goldstar 500|
The Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) factory began producing motorcycles in 1910. The "motor-bicycle" had a 3 ½ horsepower motor and was called the Olympia. At one time BSA was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. But the Seventies saw the marque decline through poor management and facing stiff competition from Japan.