BSA GOLD STAR and OTHER SINGLES
The Postwar Gold Star; 'B'; 'M'; 'C' ranges; Bantam; Unit Singles
The most popular motor cycle in the world.
The postwar single-cylinder BSA is a short description of a multitude of different motorcycles. Highlighted by the exciting Gold Star, this book succeeds in analysing all the different models, loved or unloved, and concludes with easily read specifications and model recognition points. No BSA enthusiast can afford to ignore it. Here are some of the machines covered: Gold Star— 'For the enthusiastic Clubman and competition rider this machine has no equal! B31— 'A flexible, fast-cruising touring mount with superlative steering and good suspension! M20— 'For sheer dogged dependability there's nothing to touch the BSA M20 and M21.' C110— 'It sets a new high standard of motorcycle value. Bantam— 'No other machine in the history of motorcycling has achieved such world-wide popularity: Victor— 'Rugged durability and fine roadability add fresh laurels to this famous model.' All the comments come from contemporary advertising material.
Hardback 192 pages