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  • 1969 BSA Rocket III1969 BSA Rocket III (1969)
    1969 BSA Rocket 3 triple. Original condition - paint, seat. Bike runs with 6695 original miles.
    2016-11-24 05:02:41
    Farmington, New Mexico, United States
    6
  • 1971 BSA Rocket III1971 BSA Rocket III (1971)
    1971 BSA III. Antique title. Total restoration on low mileage bike.
    2016-10-09 04:45:35
    Washington, Kansas, United States
    0
  • 1972 BSA Rocket III1972 BSA Rocket III (1972)
     1972 BSA Rocket III project bike. Has matching numbers, and a clear Texas title. The motor kicks over freely.
    2016-08-16 05:05:03
    Dallas, Texas, United States
    10
  • 1969 BSA Rocket III1969 BSA Rocket III (1969)
    First this is killing me to put this up for sale but a move into a new house forces this sale. Most of you already know what you are looking at and how rare they are. The spares manual that came with this bike calls out all the chrome parts on this bike as available from the dealer and by the patina of the parts and bike they have the same age indicating to me they where installed on the bike as new ether by the dealer to help sell it your ordered by the customer.
    2016-07-15 05:10:01
    Salem, West Virginia, United States
    11
  • 1969 BSA Rocket III1969 BSA Rocket III (1969)
    1969 BSA Rocket 3 A75R - pulled from basement of church, engine and frame numbers are matching, also both halfs of crankcase casings #'s match, motor moves freely with compression, gears shift OK, has front and rear end from 1970's Trident. Engine cases, rocker boxes and other parts are chromed ( see pics ) and rear frame loop for seat mount has been cut about 2.75" shorter from shock mount back - probably to accomodate a different seat but  not sure - easy fix - just weld in new piece of tube on each side of loop. Some tabs and mounts look to be incorrect and will need to be fixed - again something easy to do.
    2016-06-30 04:58:28
    Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
    9
  • 1969 BSA Rocket III1969 BSA Rocket III (1969)
    To continue selling my British collection is a 1969 BSA Rocket 3 I have all receipts From Raber Cycle in San Jose Ca.  The receipts total more than the reserve price. It was built to ride but has been sparingly since being restored. It has had most everything replaced mechanically but is mostly original with the exception of stainless spokes, Boyer Ign, and 5 speed of coarse.  This bike starts on first or second kick always.
    2016-06-30 04:50:23
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
    10
  • 1969 BSA Rocket III1969 BSA Rocket III (1969)
               FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS ONE 1969 BSA ROCKET 3 PURCHASED FROM THE SECOND OWNER AND IN VERY NICE CONDITION WITH 6233 ORIGINAL MILES.   THE BIKE WAS GIVEN NEW TIRES, PAINT ON GAS TANK AND SIDE COVERS WITH HAND PIN STRIPING, NEW AMAL 626 CARBS, HEADLIGHT SHELL AND A SUPER TUNE AND SERVICE. EVERYTHING ELSE IS PRETTY MUCH HOW IT CAME FROM THE FACTORY.
    2016-06-20 05:08:57
    Cockeysville, Maryland, United States
    6

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Bonhams Auctioning “Blur” Guitarist’s Motorcycles For Charity

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Graham Coxon, British musician and lead guitarist for Blur, auctioning off seven of his personal motorcycles with proceeds benefitting NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity. See the full press release from Bonhams below. The motorcycles will be sold as part of Bonhams Autumn Stafford Sale, an annual event taking place at the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, held on 19th October 2014.

Third Annual ‘The MEET’ at ACM

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

More than 2,000 attendees visited America’s Car Museum for its 3rd annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival ‘The MEET’ last weekend in Tacoma, Washington, where over 300 motorcycles and scooters were showcased on the Haub Family Field at LeMay. The event drew pre-1981 motorcycles and scooters from the U.S. and Canada, including an antique motorcycle display, swap meet, cruise-in and a 78-mile roundtrip tour from ACM’s Anderson Plaza to Mt. Rainier.

2014 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show Concourse d’ Elegance Report

Wed, 06 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The 2014 edition of the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show continued its now 23-year tradition as the premier outdoor streetbike event in America with producer photographer Jim Gianatsis moving the show this year to the beautiful green lawns of the Malibu Golf Course among the twisty canyon roads in the Santa Monica Mountains alongside the Pacific Ocean. Highlighting this year’s exciting activities was the emergence of another new and soon to be renown custom bike builder to the sport for which the Calendar Show is known for cultivating. Taking Best of Show in this year’s Calendar Bike Building Championship was Calin Senciac’s Imagine Vehicles International / ImagineVehicles.com motorsports fabrication shop with an incredible custom billet aluminum designed chassis built by Terry Ward and the shop crew, housing a legendary 1979 Honda CBX 1047cc air-cooled in-line 6-cylinder engine.

Oil On Canvas Originals To Be Auctioned

Wed, 08 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Bonhams will be auctioning two oil on canvas originals from contemporary motorsports artist Robert Carter, January 9th at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. The title piece for this auction (pictured above) measures 48” x 60” and depicts AMA Flat Track star Jim Rice piloting his BSA to victory at the 1970 Santa Rosa Mile. Carter’s second original celebrates the Catalina Grand Prix of 1950’s fame. The oil on canvas piece is 36” x 60”. In addition to these two originals, some of Carter’s Giclee prints will be available.

What’s Old Is New Again – Video

Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

There’s something distinctly cool about old British motorcycles. From the wire wheels, the minimal bodywork, and the exposed engines which give off a thunderous bark, I’ve always loved looking at old Triumphs, BSAs and the like from the 60s.  I’ve never owned one though. The reason is simple: old British bikes are needy little maintenance machines notorious for the odd oil leak.

Bonhams To Auction Bruce Smith Collection Of Original Illustrations

Fri, 11 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

On October 20, Bonhams will be auctioning off a collection of original illustrations by Bruce Smith from the 1960s and 1970s. Each one will be signed by Smith on heavy cartridge paper. The collection is comprised of cutaway illustrations of a 1963 Royal Enfield Interceptor 750cc, Chris Vincent’s 1964 BSA 650cc A65 Race Outfit, and a 1966 Greeves Racer, the largest of this series being 45cm x 62cm.

Billy Joel Has 1967 BSA Restored On “American Restoration”

Tue, 04 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The 1967 BSA Royal Star 650 has a special place in the heart of the Piano Man, Billy Joel — it was the first motorcycle he ever had. As time went on and Joel’s career blossomed, the love for motorcycles only grew. In fact, Joel even has his own motorcycle shop.

Teutel's 1943 BSA M20 up for sale

Wed, 02 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Paul Teutel Senior of “American Chopper” fame is having a clear-out of his bike collection but the machines on offer are a far cry from the overblown customs he's renowned for building. Instead, they reveal a passion for vintage British machinery. One of his auctions is for a 1943 BSA M20 and it's currently at $4,500 (£2700) with a $5,000 (£3,080) Buy It Now price

The Fonz Never Really Rode a Motorcycle!

Tue, 02 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

According to the “King of Cool” himself, “The Fonz” (Henry Winkler) never actually rode any motorcycles during the ten year Happy Days television run.  Winkler, never rode a bike in real life either, he has dyslexia, which made it difficult for him to co-ordinate the clutch, throttle and brake.  Instead, the bikes (Harley Davidson’s, Triumph’s, BSA’s were used) were mounted on a piece of wood with wheels to make it look like he was riding, even though I am not shocked, I am a little disappointed… You can watch the interview with Winkler, the famous motorcycle jump “The Fonz” made over 14 trashcans and a bonus “Jump the Shark” video after the jump. Get the Flash Player to see this player. “Jump the Shark”, as per Phoghat’s request: Get the Flash Player to see this player.

Man Builds Sidecar from Bathtub

Thu, 23 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Back in 1997, an unusual motorcycle appeared on the front page of the Bristol Evening Post. Unable to afford a costly traditional sidecar, bus driver Alan Iles of Bedminster opted to build his own, using a bathtub. Twelve years later, the 1959 650cc BSA is still going and has been ridden all over Europe to help raise money for Cancer research and various charities, for which he has raised thousands of British pounds.