One make historic motorcycle club established in 1958 with over 4000 members National and International together with 28 branches and groups throughout the UK. Dedicated to the preservation and use of BSA motorcycles manufactured by the both original Birmingham Small Arms company and the recently revived BSA Company.
Machine dating service, DVLA authorised owners club. Monthly magazine delivered at the beginning of each month. Website members area containing technical literature, parts lists, assistance available through the 'Contact Us' section of the website: www.bsaownersclub.co.uk
The club theme for 2023 is the Power Set which was the name given to the range of motorcycles produced in the final full year of production in 1971 by the original company before its demise in 1973. The BSA has since been acquired and has been re-born and is manufacturing again. BSA IS BACK.
The BSA Owners' Club is partnering with one of its members, Angus Campbell, to display a rare collection of models from the BSA 1971 model year - named The Power Set.
Original BSA factory publicity photo of the BSA Fury prototype that will at the show. that was circulated at the 1971 range launch at the Royal Lancaster Hotel London on 10th November 1970. The new ra ...
The BSA Owners' Club are displaying a selection of rare machines from the 1971 model year - the BSA Power Set - the last complete range before financial difficulties hit.