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BSA Motorcycles

BSA 1924 Model L 350cc OHV

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Introduced in 1923, the Model L was supplied with both sidevalve and OHV engines which each had a bore and stroke of 72mm x 85.5mm. The OHV model was the first such machine which BSA produced, and shared the remainder of its specification with the SV model - three-speed gearbox with hand-change, chain final drive, an Amac carburettor, and dummy rim brakes front and rear.

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The museum has a core collection of some 200 motorcycles along with a wealth of related historical information. There are frequent special exhibitions and many motorcycle-related social events.

The focus of the museum is, of course, Spanish motorcycles.

More information: Bassella Museu Moto


Photograph by Mike Ricketts