BSA "Works" Bikes - Help B50 MXers wanted

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BSA "Works" Bikes - Help B50 MXers wanted

Post by gpvictor » Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:34 am

It is intended that one of the features off the Off-road Show next February shall be a selection of ex-works bikes from BB32/34 Goldstar to B50.The bikes will be supported by Mainstage interviews/conversations with Jack Burnicle and, amongst others Jeff Smith, Alan Lampkin , Norman Hanks........
What are needed are some bikes. What we are particularly short of are B50 MXers. I know there are contributors to this forum (some Dutch enthusiasts maybe) who have B50s with ex-works engines and frames. If you are willing to lend a bike to this enterprise, please contact me. As far as I know no-one has tried to get a collection of works BSA machinery together or to document the history of that mid to late 60s period. If you have any of the following which might have a works connection,we would like to communicate with you - C15T/S swan-neck, C15T welded, Titanium frames, narrow lugged B50 frame or engine, some frames were extensively lightened, magnesium components (fork legs, crankcases), titanium components (footrests, handlebars, brake plates, kickstart lever.
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Re: BSA "Works" Bikes - Help B50 MXers wanted

Post by minetymenace » Mon Dec 18, 2017 9:50 am

gpvictor....publishing your e-mail address on a publicly visible forum is an open invitation for junk mail or worse. I realise that you are after as many participants as possible, but might I suggest using the pm system instead? You can edit your own post and put you address back in there, but I have removed it for safety reasons.
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