1930 | BSA Sloper

 

EUR 11.500 JPY 1.566.530 BGN 22.492 CZK 282.682 DKK 85.577 GBP 9.691 HUF 4.528.470 PLN 54.148 RON 56.639 SEK 119.109 CHF 11.242 ISK 1.597.350 NOK 114.793 HRK 86.420 RUB 1.347.812 TRY 211.431 AUD 16.920 BRL 61.350 CAD 15.163 CNY 79.428 HKD 92.377 IDR 175.216.300 ILS 39.138 INR 932.039 KRW 15.232.095 MXN 239.622 MYR 52.438 NZD 18.685 PHP 650.026 SGD 16.189 THB 418.290 ZAR 195.893

 

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper

BSA Sloper
BSA Sloper
BSA Sloper
BSA Sloper
BSA Sloper
BSA Sloper
BSA Sloper
1930 | BSA Sloper

EUR 11.500 JPY 1.566.530 BGN 22.492 CZK 282.682 DKK 85.577 GBP 9.691 HUF 4.528.470 PLN 54.148 RON 56.639 SEK 119.109 CHF 11.242 ISK 1.597.350 NOK 114.793 HRK 86.420 RUB 1.347.812 TRY 211.431 AUD 16.920 BRL 61.350 CAD 15.163 CNY 79.428 HKD 92.377 IDR 175.216.300 ILS 39.138 INR 932.039 KRW 15.232.095 MXN 239.622 MYR 52.438 NZD 18.685 PHP 650.026 SGD 16.189 THB 418.290 ZAR 195.893

 

Nederland

 
15/20 kW/PK
Thijs Lempens

Yesterdays

Beschrijving

BSA 1930 4.93 HP S 30 –7 “Sloper” 493cc side valve single frame # XH9010 engine # XS2758

Presented in august 1926 for the 1927 season, the Sloper set the BSA company on the road to market domination and success.
It was brilliant designer Harold Briggs, brought in from the Daimler car company, who designed the machine around a sporty and reliable 493cc ohv (80x98mm) engine which inclined forward in the frame. Some typical car practice features Briggs used in his design were sump lubrication (the crankcase was extended to form an oil reservoir holding about 1½ litres) and return springs within the pushrod tubes to keep the valve gear in constant touch with the cam profiles, giving exceptionally quiet operation.

The Sloper soon got a reputation as a sporting but quiet motorcycle, a real trendsetter. Apart from the OHV models several side valve Slopers were marketed, ranging from 493cc to 595 cc capacity.
A new feature for 1930 was the forged steel backbone.
That model year the Birmingham firm offered no fewer than 18 models, six of which had inclined engines.

The Sloper range was catalogued up to and including 1935, by which time the line-up had shrunk to just two models: one overhead-valve, the other side valve, both of 595cc capacity.
This matured restoration is fitted with Lucas electrics, Bosch horn and front lamp mounted rear view mirror and comes with current Dutch registration.

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