• BSA Bantam D1

    black bsa bantam d1 motorcycle

    The Bantam was the best selling small motorcycle of the 1950s. The two-stroke engine and gearbox unit was based on designs from German manufacturer DKW.

    From the 1920s the Post Office favoured small BSA motorcycles for use by telegram delivery boys. This practice continued in the 1950s and 60s with many thousands of Bantams being ordered. The Bantam was also used in trials events and tuned versions were popular in club road racing. Bantam production ended in 1971.

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    £ 1599.00

    Year: 1949
    Country: Great Britain
    Capacity: 123cc
    Cylinders: 1
    Output: 4bhp at 5,000rpm
    Performance: 560mph
    Manufacturer: BSA Cycles Ltd