The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) was founded in 1861 and specializes in producing a wide variety of vehicles, including bicycles, vehicles, motorcycles, military equipment and more. The company’s motorcycles are currently manufactured and distributed by TI Cycles, based in India. BSA was once the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, with their first being built in 1910.
Some of the companies most reputable motorcycle models included the A10 and the Rocket 3. The former model was equipped with a 650 cc engine, while the Rocket 3 featured a 750 cc engine. The 1972 model of the Rocket 3 featured a five-speed gearbox and offered solid performance on the road. Another popular model was the M21, which had a powerful 600 cc engine and was used in World War II by the British Army. Haynes has a wide selection of BSA motorcycle repair manuals available; all of which are written by qualified experts and packed with comprehensive guidance on full scale servicing and repairs.