1957 | BSA A 10 Golden Flash

Older restoration

EUR 9.950 JPY 1.355.389 BGN 19.460 CZK 244.581 DKK 74.043 GBP 8.385 HUF 3.918.111 PLN 46.850 RON 49.005 SEK 103.055 CHF 9.727 ISK 1.382.055 NOK 99.321 HRK 74.772 RUB 1.166.150 TRY 182.934 AUD 14.639 BRL 53.081 CAD 13.119 CNY 68.723 HKD 79.926 IDR 151.600.190 ILS 33.863 INR 806.417 KRW 13.179.074 MXN 207.325 MYR 45.370 NZD 16.167 PHP 562.414 SGD 14.007 THB 361.911 ZAR 169.490

 

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash

BSA A 10 Golden Flash
BSA A 10 Golden Flash
BSA A 10 Golden Flash
BSA A 10 Golden Flash
BSA A 10 Golden Flash
BSA A 10 Golden Flash
BSA A 10 Golden Flash
1957 | BSA A 10 Golden Flash

Older restoration
EUR 9.950 JPY 1.355.389 BGN 19.460 CZK 244.581 DKK 74.043 GBP 8.385 HUF 3.918.111 PLN 46.850 RON 49.005 SEK 103.055 CHF 9.727 ISK 1.382.055 NOK 99.321 HRK 74.772 RUB 1.166.150 TRY 182.934 AUD 14.639 BRL 53.081 CAD 13.119 CNY 68.723 HKD 79.926 IDR 151.600.190 ILS 33.863 INR 806.417 KRW 13.179.074 MXN 207.325 MYR 45.370 NZD 16.167 PHP 562.414 SGD 14.007 THB 361.911 ZAR 169.490

 

Nederland

 
25/34 kW/PK
Thijs Lempens

Yesterdays

  • Voertuigdetails

    Kenmerken
    Merk BSA
    Model A 10 Golden Flash
    Bouwjaar 1957
    Kleur Zilver
    Conditie categorie Gerestaureerd
    Eerste registratie 01/1957
    Technische details
    Vermogen (kW/PK) 25/34
    Cilinderinhoud (ccm) 646
    Cilinders 2
    Brandstof Benzine
    Leeg gewicht (kg) 185

Beschrijving

BSA 1957 “ A10 Golden Flash” 646cc ohv twin frame # EA 7970engine # CA 10 9311

In 1937 Triumph had launched its successful Speed Twin.
BSA also started to develop a vertical twin in the years before the war; this model was to make its appearance in 1940 but by that time BSA got very much involved in the war effort and the launch of new models was postponed.

In September 1946 the new model became available as the A7; it was to be the first of a long line of powerful and reliable parallel twins that carried the Piled Arms trademark.
In 1950 BSA unveiled their plunger sprung 650cc A10 Golden Flash. Finished in metallic gold, the ‘Flash was an instant hit; countless examples going for export, as new bikes in Britain were virtually still on-the-ration.

The engine of the 650cc pre-unit twin originated from a different design team than its 500cc sibling, the larger motor having input from brilliant designer Bert Hopwood, already responsible for Norton’s successful twin cylinder Dominator.
After the A10’s UK availability improved it became the UK’s most popular twin cylinder mount for sidecar drivers, thanks to its useful torque.

From 1953 A10s were fitted with BSA’s new swing-arm chassis, whose reputation for fine handling was second only to Norton’s famous Featherbed chassis.
“Motorcycling” of January 2, 1958 published a road test of the Golden Flash.
The 70x84mm twin engine gave the A10 a top speed of 97mph @5,600 rpm according to the tester’s road report. It is praised as “a thoroughly good motorcycle” and the tester remarks “First Things first: to the solo man the now almost traditionally British vertical twin motorcycle with an 80-85 m.p.h. cruising speed, reasonable economy and high reliability is definitely epitomized in the current “Golden Flash”.”

The only slight criticism that was noted was the intensity of the front lamp beam: “” (…) at the high speeds which a machine of A10 calibre is capable with perfect safety, one sometimes feels the need for just a little more brilliance.”

Our Golden Flash is a road-registered older restoration in fine condition.
She comes with a prop stand that was listed as an extra and currently raised handlebars are fitted. The original type of handlebars are available.

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