BSA DB32 350CC Gold Star

The BSA Gold Star, made from 1938-1963, was built to be a hand-assembled race machine. In 1961, the BSA┬áCatalog┬ástated, “The Clubman’s model Gold Star has been developed for competitions in road and short circuit events, and its specification is such that it is neither intended nor suitable for road use as a touring motorcycle.” It…

1961 BSA Catalina Scrambler 500CC

The BSA Gold Star Catalina Scrambler was a hand-assembled race machine, not a transformed street bike. In fact, the 1961 BSA Catalog said,”The Clubman’s model Gold Star has been developed for competitions in road and short circuit events, and its specification is such that it is neither intended nor suitable for road use as a…

1957 BSA 500CC Gold Star Dirt Tracker

The BSA Gold Star has a 500cc OHV 4-stroke single engine and weighs in at only 325 pounds, giving it excellent handling and a great racing bike – especially on half mile and occasionally one mile tracks. Throughout the 1950′s and 1960′s, BSA was Harley Davidson’s main opponent on the track in American Grand National…