What can the club offer you?
The BSA Owners' Club is dedicated to the preservation and use of all BSA motorcycles and welcomes anybody who owns a BSA motorcycle to join. The club has probably the largest library of BSA related information in the world. We have a superb monthly magazine, The Star, which keeps members in touch. It has technical articles and a market place where you can advertise your bikes or parts, wanted, or for sale/swap which is free for members. The club has technical consultants for all types of BSA motorcycles to help you repair or restore your BSA. We also have experts in welding and correct paint finishes for your BSA. There is a transfer scheme which helps you to find that elusive transfer or sticker/decal. Many available from stock. Also members can buy BSA Regalia from our regalia officer. We are able to help you to return your bike to the road with our DVLA recognised dating certificate to enable you to obtain an age related number. We deal with retention of original registrations as well and have helped many BSA owners whether members or not to reclaim their original registration. Cheaper classic motorcycle insurance is available to members. Many classic bike dealers offer discount on production of your BSAOC membership card. A busy calendar of events both at home and abroad gives you the chance to meet other BSA enthusiasts most weekends. An International rally is organised in a different country each year, often with travel discounts negotiated by the club to make the journey easier. Each year the club organise a BSA Open Day and Rally (Formally Field Day) which is free for anybody interested in BSAs whether a member or not.
|Club History Find out when and how the club was formed and why.|
Membership Form Join the club and get the benefits of the biggest one make classic motorbike club in the world. Around 4000 members in the UK club alone. We now have a credit card facility to pay for membership Membership form.
Rally 2008 Details of the Rally in the Isle of Man.
Each year the BSAOC have a week long International Rally in a different country. Dates for the future are, 2007 Belgium, 2008 Great Britain, 2009 The Netherlands, 2010 New Zealand.
|So you have a BSA, what do you do with it? There may be a club event near you so why not go along? Here is an account of one such weekend organised by South Derbyshire Branch.|
|Registering your Bike
How to register your BSA with the DVLA. Also how to apply for a dating
certificate for your BSA. How to retain the original registration of your
You will need to supply pencil rubbings of the engine and frame numbers as this is now a stipulation of the DVLA
Open Day and Rally (Formally the field Day) This is the premier event of the BSA year and is a complete weekend rally at Wicksteed Park Kettering. Free autojumble on site. Sell your own bits too if you wish.
|BSA related links Visit other international BSA clubs and service providers. Also members own pages dealing with specific models.|
|BSA Transfers Those difficult to find transfers/decals for club members. We have the largest collection of BSA transfers available to all members. There is a list of all transfers available and instructions on how to stick them on your bike.|
|BSA Machine numbering system. Delving into the intricacies of the BSA factory numbering system. We help you to find where your numbers are stamped on the bike. Also a year by year list of all the BSA models with numbers and prefixes. Compiled by the club from information in their library. We help you to find when your bike was built. Just find your engine and frame number and cross-reference with this list.|
|The Club's reply to new tax disc proposals A reply to the government on the proposed new types of tax disk for motorcycles. This was in response to a questionnaire from the DVLA. We have a link to their website on our links page if you would like to read the questionnaire.|
|Attendance Sheets and Risk Assessment Forms Forms for the use of branches and members organising club events.|
|Send mail to the BSAOC. Before sending an email please read the FAQs page. Please do not send large attachments before asking.|