New Amal carburettors, parts for all Amals, technical information and an efficient ordering service.
New Zealand site devoted to pre-1945 motorcycling. There are catalogues, parts manuals, fascinating stories and photographs including an article about a 1929 BSA S29-19 2 Port Light.
Supplier of 1900 - 1980 British motorcycles and spare parts. They have an extensive online catalogue.
New Zealand based British Spares Ltd is one of the largest stockists of parts for classic BSA, Norton and Triumph motorcycles. Their delivery service is fast, reliable and cost effective. Phone them if parts are not in their online catalogue.
This site contains a great deal of A10SR information including photos and technical tips.
Everything for Bantam owners and those interested in Bantams including a very active forum with answers to technical problems, photos, parts suppliers, and information.
Everything about racing BSA Bantams in the UK including articles, building a racer, tuning, well known riders, photos and a forum. Even photos of New Zealanders Dr John Sendall and Captain Ken Bain.
BSA Catalogues 1960 – 1972
The BSA Club of New South Wales have over 200 BSA catalogues on their site. They also have a handy identification tool where you enter frame and engine numbers.
Based in UK with members worldwide. History, Engine and frame number by year, racing, events.
Site dedicated to Pre-war BSA M24 Gold Star Motorcycles. History, technical information, spares, photo gallery.
Hosts of the 51st BSA Owners Club International Rally 2014
The BSA ‘parent club’ set up in 1958. This site contains a large amount of material relating to BSA and its history.
This site has 112 PDFs of BSA Service sheets for A7, A10, B31, B32, B33, B34, B40, C10, C11, C12, C15, D1, D3, D5, D7, M20, M21, M22, and M33 models. Not all sheets are there.
Keep up with BSA events in Canterbury. Site includes photos of member’s motorcycles and event reports.
With over 400 concours chronometric instruments in stock and 35 years experience in the restoration, repair and recalibration of Smiths chronometric instruments, Chronometric Instrument Services are in a unique position to supply, restore or repair Smiths chronometric speedometers and chronometric tachometers for any British motorcycle manufactured between 1930 – 1962. They also offer a complete dial restoration and bespoke printing service.
Pre-war BSA spares both new and second hand. Email Peter, who is English, if you cannot see what you need on the web site.
Suppliers of spare parts for all Ariel and BSA motorcycles from the 1920s to the 1970s. They also provide spare parts for Amal carburettors and Burman gearboxes and have a wide range of bearings.
Large stock of new parts available online. Listed by part numbers.
Lightning spares have been supplying BSA enthusiasts parts, tools and services to keep their motorcycles on the road for over 30 years. Founded by Ian Jones and now owned by Brian Pollitt, who is a BSAOC Life Member and was BSAOC machine dating officer for many years. Their mission is to supply quality parts with a fast mail order service. They have the largest selection of stainless parts for BSAs and also have the largest selection of BSA Service Tools.
Thinking of selling your BSA because your knees are going? Look at this site before you sell. Steve McFarlane makes electric starters for BSA A7, A10, B31, B33 and Gold Star models. Not cheap but worth it to keep riding.
Gordon May’s astounding trip from the UK to Egypt and back – on a 1952 Bantam! Lots of technical details of his Bantam modifications and gear.
Wide range of early motorcycle parts in stock - you may just find that elusive part here. In The Netherlands but English is no problem. Paypal accepted.
The dedicated team at SRM have been involved with classic bike renovation and innovation since the 1980s. As well as providing the best in restoration services they are constantly improving the range and quality of spare parts just as if they had been continually developed from the factory.
Jules Dassen knows more about pre-1930 BSAs than anyone. Lots of information on dating pre-1930 BSAs, as well as BSA tools, bicycles and guns, plus some items for sale. Does have a rather persistent pop-up.
The Vintage Motorcycle Club, UK has over 17,000 members, a huge online shop, a dating service and a vast library. NZBSAMOC is affiliated to the VMCC which gives members access to their services and significant discounts. Contact the President of NZBSAMOC for details.
Everything about BSA WD M20s including parts for sale, colour schemes, original photos, technical information including clearances and settings, as well as a very active forum with advice from experienced owners. Essential resource for anyone restoring a BSA M20.