Category: BSA

Unrestored Beeza: 1969 BSA 650 Lightning for Sale

Unrestored Beeza: 1969 BSA 650 Lightning for Sale

Designed as BSA’s versatile all-rounder, the A65 Lightning had twin-carbs compared to the Thunderbolt’s single-carb set up for improved performance at high rpm. It was considered the more conservative choice when compared to the...

Brooklands Bomber: 1960 BSA Gold Star for Sale

Brooklands Bomber: 1960 BSA Gold Star for Sale

In the past twenty years, we’ve gotten so used to artificially-condensed product life cycles that it’s easy to forget how durable modern machines can be. That’s one of the things that makes vintage bikes...

Baby Blue Triple: 1974 Rickman CR BSA A75

Baby Blue Triple: 1974 Rickman CR BSA A75

We don’t normally like to post up unfinished bikes here on CSBFS, but this 1974 Rickman CR BSA A75 is rare enough that it’s worth a second look, and complete enough that I expect...

Numbers-Matching Twin: 1966 BSA Lightning for Sale

Numbers-Matching Twin: 1966 BSA Lightning for Sale

Intended as the all-rounder in BSA’s mid-60’s range, the A65 Lightning was sportier than the Thunderbolt and more comfortable than the Spitfire. A natural competitor for Triumph’s Bonneville, owing to similar specification and performance,...

Brooklands Bomber: 1954 BSA Gold Star for Sale

Brooklands Bomber: 1954 BSA Gold Star for Sale

Built between 1938 and 1963, the BSA Gold Star is the classic British single and one of the most desirable classic sportbikes of all time. Displacing approximately 500cc, the alloy OHV-powered single weighed 380...

1960 BSA A10 Rocket Spitfire

1960 BSA A10 Rocket Spitfire

I will start out by pointing out that thisĀ  1960 BSA A10 Rocket Spitfire is located in Germany, so if you had your bid ready, adjust upward to include shipping. With that said you...