The BSA Motorcycle Club of NSW Inc is a group of approximately 100 people young, old and middle-aged, from all walks of life who share a common interest in the BSA marque.
The club was formed in its current incarnation in 1978 as a means of providing technical and social exchange so that valuable knowledge and skills could be shared with future generations of BSA enthusiasts. Club rides are held each month and more often if there is interest.
Membership is open to anyone – whether you own a BSA or not. We cater for all motorcycle enthusiasts who have an interest in the motorbikes produced by the Birmingham Small Arms company.
Our main focus is the post-war models, where our members have a wealth of experience.
The club is based in Sydney, with active branches in the
Shoalhaven/Illawarra, Central Coast, Newcastle and Mid-North Coast regions.
The club produces a newsletter, the BSA Banter, to keep all members up to date with Club activities.
Vintage motorcycle plates
The club has vintage motorcycle registration available to members under the NSW Roads and Maritime Service’s Vintage vehicle conditional registration scheme. Members’ BSAs over 30 years old are eligible.
The Club maintains an extensive library of technical documentation, brochures and material related to BSA bikes, and is open to members at no charge. For access to the library please contact the Club Librarian. Contact the Club Secretary (email provided in page-header above) for details.