The National Motorcycle Museum of Australia

BSA Motorcycles at the National Motorcycle Museum

The Birmingham Small Arms factory is very well represented. Some of the models displayed include:
 

  • 1924 998cc V twin side valve, beautifully restored.
  • c1924 500cc single side valve, unrestored, complete and original
  • 1924 250cc Model B Single cylinder side valve. Popular "Round Tank"
  • 1925 275cc Single cylinder overhead valve
  • 1928 Sloper 493cc Single cylinder side valve, sidecar fitted. Unusual 2 pedal brake system
  • c1936 Empire Star - Single cylinder overhead valve with twin port head.
  • 1936 350cc M20 Single cylinder side valve, civilian version.
  • 1937 750cc Y13
  • 1949 B33 500cc Kindly loaned to the museum by Peter Dunster
  • 1951 250cc C11 Single cylinder overhead valve
  • 1955 B33. Kindly loaned to the museum by Ian Brock.
  • 1956 250cc C12 Single cylinder overhead valve
  • BSA Bantam 125-175cc. Single cylinder 2stroke, many versions on display
BSA logo BSA 1937 Y13 750cc V-Twin

BSA 1937 Y13 750cc V-Twin
BSA logo BSA-1938-Gold-Star.jpg

BSA 1938 Gold Star
BSA logo BSA-Bantams-2.jpg

BSA Bantam Collection
BSA logo BSA-Clubman.jpg

BSA Clubman - an example of an original cafe racer

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