1925 BSA V-Twin 1000cc
The first motorcycles for which BSA supplied the cycle parts were powered by proprietary engines, Minerva being a well-known example.
It was not till the end of 1910 that BSA built a motorcycles of their own design and manufacture.
The model on offer here is a 1000cc V-twin sidevalve machine with hand-operated 3 speed gear and chain drive.
This sturdy machine with its big engine is an impressive appearance.
The machine runs well, but could do with some cosmetic attention.
BSA V-twins are much sought after.