The fat BSA single pitters and their competitors from other brands are back on the market. And that while they were untraceable for years because they were fairly distributed among enthusiasts. There is an explanation for the return of the forerunners of the XT500: The BSA and the knees The knees of the wavering generation More
An AMK reader is looking for BSA motorcycle parts More
Only the bottom one I'm sure is to adjust the ignition.
Puncture it in the spark plug hole and as soon as the marking belt comes off the head, the tips must open. More
In the past, a 500 cc engine was a tough guy. A machine that was usually not driven just because there was no money for a car. BSA's B33 was such a fat guy. The single cylinder of 500 cc and a proudly stated power of no less than 23 hp! More