Bsa B50 is a four stroke 500 cc single cylinder motorcycle.
Made between 1971-1973.
1958 saw the beginning of a complete new engine/transmission
design with the introduction of unit construction machine in place
of the 250 cc C12.
The first Motorcycle the 250cc C 15 Star, was an instant success.
It had a clean appearance and provided reliable and economical
transport. The 350 cc B40 followed in 1960 and in 1965 BSA offered
the powerful 441 cc B44 to be superseded by the 500 cc B50 in 1971,
which in a moment of nostalgia was named the Gold Star.
The BSA B50 models were produced from 1971 through 1973. Some leftover B50's were marketed in 1974 as a Triumph.
The B50 was made in three different models.
The B50 SS (Street Scrambler)
The B50 T (Victor Trial)
The B50 MX (Motor Cross)
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Updated 18:59 2010-09-27
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