Bsa b34a gold star 1955
1955 BSA TRIALS COMPETITION MODEL B34A, Reg, XHN 849. The engine is the 499cc BB34A Alloy Competition Engine coupled to a TR1 (one) trials gearbox. BTH magneto. Amal Monobloc Carb 389/228 and fitted with a stainless steel silencer. The bike was given a new frame in 1957, the frame designation being CB34, this frame type was fitted to the B32 COMPETITION ALLOY CLIPPER which was an export only model (USA) and an upgrade on the original 1955 BB32 frame. This engine, the BB34A, was renowned for its strong construction, reliability, ease of starting and extremely light clutch action. The engine and gearbox were rebuilt in 1984 and the bike has covered very low miles since then. The bike is complete with the original buff log book and V5 log books.