BSA's new single-cylinder range debuted in 1937. Intended mainly for the sidecar man and came with rigid frames, girder forks and four-speed, hand-change gearboxes. Ruggedly built and known for their low-speed pulling power, it was very successful in its intended role as sidecar tugs. One of BSAs most successful early models.
Offered here is a great 1939 BSA M20 paired with a great accessory sidecar from the early 1950’s. It wears an older restoration now, finished in red which really makes this already handsome BSA stand out. It runs well and would make a great bike to ride or show. Contact us today for more information. Just out of an estate where it was for quite some time.