1969 BSA 441 Victor Special — Classic British Motorcycles — Motorcycle Classics

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1969 BSA 441 Victor Special — Classic British Motorcycles — Motorcycle Classics

Related Content Barry Porter’s Benelli Sei 750 Barry Porter discusses owning and riding his Benelli Sei 750. Found on eBay: 1963 BSA Thunderbolt Wandering through the expanse that is eBay, many things caught our eye this week, but we kept coming. John Michael Sullivan’s 1969 BSA Rocket Then and Now John Stratton shows us photos of his brother-in-law’s 1969 BSA Rocket, then and now. 1953 BSA Bantam A 1953 BSA Bantam on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. I can still remember opening my copy of Motor Cycle News and seeing BSA’s full page ad for its 1966 motorcycle range. I was 15, motorcycle crazy and hot for motocross. ...

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BSA 441 Victor Vintage Motorcycles

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BSA 441 Victor Vintage Motorcycles

’68 BSA 441 Victor Depending on who you talk to and their experience with the big BSA single, this motorcycle was either known as the Victor or, more often than not, the BSA Victim. For a short period of time, about six months, a BSA 441 lived in our garage. My step dad lived and breathed English motorcycles, it didn’t matter if it was in perfect shape, running but ratty, a good restoration project, or a box of parts that some of them said made in England, if it had two wheels and was made in Britain, it found a home with him. At one point it got so bad that we took over the carport at my Grandmother’s house. You should have seen the look on her face when she came home from a weekend ...

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Rick Sieman: SuperHunky.com

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Rick Sieman: SuperHunky.com

BSA 500MX 1971-1973 BEYOND THE 441 VICTOR BY MATT CUDDY After suffering through the 441 disaster, in 1971 BSA came out with a new motorcycle that would hopefully repent for sins made by the 441, and save BSA from a fate worse than …. This new bike was called the B-50 500 MX, and was Beezer’s last gasp at producing a motocross motorcycle of any significance. In fact, it was the last MX bike BSA would produce, as BSA folded in 1973, and was absorbed into the Norton-Villers-Triumph fiasco of 1974. 1973 BSA B50 500MX The B-50 was one serious looking machine, with a polished alloy tank; alloy motor, conical hubs and a big stinking 500cc mill to complete the package. Betor or Metal ...

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Memorable Motorcycle: BSA Victor Special — Motorcycle USA

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Memorable Motorcycle: BSA Victor Special — Motorcycle USA

Memorable Motorcycle: BSA Victor Special The Victor in the BSA’s name directly refers to its motocross success. The key to understanding the BSA Victor Special’s concept lies in the bike’s name — and the very different way in which motocross was viewed in the 1960s. BSA won the 500cc World Motocross Championship in 1964 and 1965 and 40 years ago, motocross success was good for road bike sales. Rather than being a specialized niche activity the vast majority of road riders knew about motocross and the mainstream motorcycle press gave the sport as much coverage as they did road racing. So this explains the “Victor” connotation: a bike which was directly related to World ...

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1966 BSA B44 Victor Enduro — Classic Motorcycle Review — RealClassic.co.uk

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1966 BSA B44 Victor Enduro — Classic Motorcycle Review — RealClassic.co.uk

1966 BSA B44 Victor Enduro Paul S has only a short riding season to enjoy his old bikes, so he makes the most of it. After many modifications, his BSA Victor is nearly sorted — providing you have some butcher’s twine to hand, of course. A few years back, I was talking with my friend Dave, mentioning to him that I was interested in getting a Matchless G80CS. Those are pretty hard to find in the USA, and expensive as well, so he suggested that I look into the BSA B44 because he had a rough roller in storage. Sometime in the late 70s or early 80s, when Brit bikes weren’t worth repairing, a lot of people would just junk them when the bike had problems. At that time, Dave acquired ...

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Restoring a 1966 BSA 441 Victor — From the Owner — Motorcycle Classics

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Restoring a 1966 BSA 441 Victor — From the Owner — Motorcycle Classics

Restoring a 1966 BSA 441 Victor 1/14/2013 9:42:36 AM by Kevin Lemire Beat Me Again Please! Or why I restored a 1966 BSA 441 Victor Do you need professional help? Would a 12-step program be a good idea for you? Are you certifiable? Well, if you own a British car, one or more of the above would certainly apply. Why else would you spend countless hours dealing with the quirks of British motorcars and fighting the devil spawn LUCAS? Hopefully you will continue to avoid the men in white coats who think you should be confined and to convince society that you are pretty much “normal.” Sooooo, if working on a British car does not satisfy your masochistic tendencies, and pulling your fingernails ...

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How to Rebuild a BSA Motorcycle Engine eHow UK

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How to Rebuild a BSA Motorcycle Engine eHow UK

How to Rebuild a BSA Motorcycle Engine BSA motorcycle engines are rebuilt on a bench using standard tools. motorcycles taxi rank image by Diorgi from Fotolia.com One problem often encountered when rebuilding classic motorcycles is the availability of replacement parts. On the upside, BSA, Triumph and Norton engines are straightforward four-…, single or twin cylinder engines with overhead valves. The lower end consists of a typical crankshaft with bearings and piston rods. This combination of basic components equates to an absence of complexity in terms of rebuilding. Obtain the necessary parts and rebuild the BSA motorcycle engine on a workbench using the manufacturer’s shop ...

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1969 BSA 441 Victor single Motorcycles Modification, Motorcycle News…

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1969 BSA 441 Victor single Motorcycles Modification, Motorcycle News…

1969 BSA 441 Victor single Motorcycle News and Reviews 1969 BSA 441 Victor single From Motorcyle Models. Motorcycle News. Victory Motorcycles. Free online source of Motorcycle videos, pictures, insurance 1969 BSA 441 Victor single Manufacturer of motorcycles BSA Find Motorcyle news. The BSA 441 Victor. or Victim, depending on who you are, was introduced in 1966 to capitalize on the BSA that Jeff Smith won two back-to-back world championships on. Smith’s Victor was factory trick, with such items as: * 7 rear brake * 20 front wheel * Reynolds 531 tube frame * Wet weight of 225 lb * All alloy motor with a chrome bore Realizing that to produce a true race replica of Smith’s bike ...

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BSA 441 Engine Specs eHow

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BSA 441 Engine Specs eHow

Engine Specifications The BSA 441 used a four-…, parallel-twin engine. The dual-cylinder engine was air-cooled and used an overhead valve design. With two valves per cylinder, the motorcycle had four total valves. The bore by … of the engine was 78 by 60 mm while the compression ratio was 8.4-to-1. Total piston displacement was 441 cc. The transmission was a four-speed manual and the engine was chain-driven. The ignition was key-start and the starter was kick-start. The fuel system used a 32-mm British Amal mono-bloc or concentric carburetor and the crankcase used a strong design with heavy-duty ball bearings. The engine also featured a contact breaker that used automatic ignition ...

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BSA Related Links

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BSA Related Links

The BSAOC provides this page only as a service to members. The inclusion of these links does not mean the BSAOC endorses or accepts liability for services and products proffered. Books, Prints and Memorabilia BSA Parts Manuals and Instruction Books Books4cars.com stocks nearly 300 BSA publications, books by BSA for all models of BSA Motorcycles and bikes. Bygone Era A company that sells motorcycle memorabilia and classic motorcycle accessories. Classic Motorcycle Memorabilia A site where you can buy motorcycle memorabilia and magazines. Classic Motorcycle Prints The home of quality prints and images specialising in British Classic Motorcycles. Gasoline Gypsy — A Ride In The ...

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