To All at British Cycle
Operating on this "Old Iron" would not be remotely possible without your patient assistance. My Thanks to you all! (Note: the uniform is not the one I usually wear.) I have only owned the bike two and a half years so don't know it's wartime history, however it's transformation into a reliable rider has certainly been a learning experience. So far I have rebuilt the top end: piston, rings, valves and guides. Also I replaced the dismal single spring dry clutch with a mid 1950s Triumph four-spring wet clutch mounted on an adapter hub (apparently a common modification to BSA's of that period). Also I've replaced all the cables except the speedo (possible only with your cable kits).
JOSEPH V. DEFAZIO
Family Day 108th Annual Car and Bike Show: 1942 BSA Bike Winner