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BSA Motorcycles

BSA Motorcycles 1970-1979

1910-1919 | 1920-1929 | 1930-1939 | 1940-1949 | 1950-1959 | 1960-1969 | 1970-1979

1970

    1970 B175 Bantam 175cc
  • 1970 B175 Bantam Bushman 175cc

    1970 B25 Starfire 250cc

    1970 B25FS Fleetstar 250cc

    1970 B40 Military (Danish) 350cc

    1970 B44 Shooting Star 441cc

    1970 B44 Victor Special 441cc

    1970 A50 Royal Star 500cc

    1970 A65 Thunderbolt 650cc

    1970 A65 Lightning 650cc

    1970 A65 Firebird Scrambler 650cc

    1970 A75 Rocket Three 750cc

    1970 A75 Rocket Three 5 Speed 750cc

1971

    1971 B175 Bantam 175cc

    1971 B25 Victor Trail 250cc

    1971 B25FS Fleetstar 250cc

    1971 B25SS Gold Star 250cc 250cc

    1971 E35R Fury 350cc

    1971 E35SS Fury SS 350cc

    1971 B50 Motor Cross 500cc

    1971 B50 Victor Trail 500cc

    1971 B50SS Gold Star 500cc 500cc

    1971 A65 Thunderbolt 650cc

    1971 A65 Lightning 650cc

    1971 A65 Firebird Scrambler 650cc

    1971 A75 Rocket Three 750cc

    1971 A75 Rocket Three 5 Speed 750cc

1972

    1972 Ariel 3 48cc

    1972 B50 MotoCross 500cc

    1972 B50 Victor Trials 500cc

    1972 B50SS Gold Star 500cc

    1972 A65 Thunderbolt 650cc

    1972 A65 Lightning 650cc [1]

    1972 A70 Lightning 750, 750cc

    1972 A75 Rocket Three 750cc

    1972 A75 Rocket Three 5 Speed 750cc

1973

    1973 Ariel 3 48cc

    1973 B50 MotoCross 500cc

1974

    1974 Ariel 3 48cc

    1974 T65 650cc

    1979 Brigand Beaver Boxer & GT50 two-stroke 50 cc

Notes
1. The last twin built at Small Heath was an A65 Lightning with frame and engine number JE00100. It was been completed in February 1973 and was delivered to Comerfords who had requested the last off the assembly line. They exported it to the United States.



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