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BSA Trials Bike

Reference
25998
BSA B25 1939 Competition Model Trials Bike.
A very good example of a 350cc pre war BSA Silver Star Competition Model bike. 
The 348cc OHV competition model is based on the B24. It has narrow round section chrome plated mudguards, upswept exhaust pipe, 18' rear wheel and a 21' front wheel. It has a black frame, chrome plated petrol tank, chain guard and sump protection plate. It is of the style of bike that the well-known trials rider and head of BSA's Competitions and Experimental Departments, Bert Perrigo, rode as did Stanley Woods, the great Irish road-racer and ten-time Isle of Man TT winner. This BSA is in good mechanical working order, it starts easily and sounds absolutely superb and was used until 2012. The bike has quite high compression and goes really well. It ticks over beautifully and is totally great fun to ride. The chrome on the tank is very good and there are no dents, the paint is old and original.
All in all this is an excellent & rare sporting pre-war 350cc BSA, ideal for the classic motorcycling enthusiast.

The bike comes with a V5c document. It has its original (transferable) registration number FUL 185. Frame number is KB21 1295, engine number is KB25 387. The bike is registered for historic class (free) road tax and is pre-60 MOT exempt.
Cosmetically the bike is in very nice used condition..

B.S.A (The Birmingham Small Arms Company) is a British based company formed in Birmingham in 1861. BSA is a former manufacture of guns, vehicles and military equipment located in an area of Birmingham called 'the Gun Quarter'. In 1910 BSA began producing complete motorbikes and at its peak in the 50's BSA was the largest motorcycle producer in the world.

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Year
1939