The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) is a former British former manufacturer of motorcycles. The first motorcycles were produced in 1910, though only under the BSA Motorcycles Ltd name since 1919. The brand name was abandoned in 1972 when the company went bust.
Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) B40, at the 'Marshall' museum, Overloon, The Netherlands.
BSA B40 military bike
Historic military motorbike, a Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) B40, at the 'Marshall' museum, Ov...
BSA A7 500cc (1960)
Photo of a red BSA A7 500cc motorbike seen on display at a motor show in Luik, Belgium.
Classic BSA A7 500cc
A great looking 1960 BSA A7 500cc classic motorcycle on display at a motor show in Luik, Belgium. Se...
BSA M20 500cc (1939)
A classic pre-WWII motorcycle: a 1939 BSA M20. Seen on a motorshow in Luik, Belgium.
Note the secon...
This very nice 1951 BSA 500cc twin lives on the Isle of Wight, pic taken 9-9-10