BSA Golden Flash For Sale

BSA Golden Flash
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Insurance Costs: 4 of 10

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Current Prices: £6,000–£4,750

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Power: 35 bhp

Engine: 646 cc, 100 mph top speed

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Economy: 55 mpg

Range: 160 miles from the 13.2 litre tank

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Seat Height: 761 mm

Weight 193 kg (dry)

What Is It?

The BSA A10 Golden Flash is a classic bike which is heavily based on the A7 and is powered by an air cooled 646cc parallel twin, producing maximum power at 4,500rpm.

Features include:

  • 203mm front drum brake
  • 178mm rear drum brake
  • 4 speed gearbox
  • Kick starter, 6V electrics
  • 4 speed gearbox
  • 19" wheels

BSA rushed it into production to compete with the Triumph Thunderbird and it was available in fixed or plunger suspension formats, with the rigid format being the most popular.

In 1954 BSA added a swingarm, dropped the mudguard, re-designed the gearbox and clutch. A sportier version of this bike was then launched as the A10 Road Rocket.

Colours: Gold or black/chrome

Did You Know?

Most of the bikes were produced for the USA and customers in the UK could only purchase the bike in black.

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Here's a walk around video of a black and chrome 1961 model by ScrewCityCycle.

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Bikes for Sale (1)

  • * SOLD * 1955 BSA A10 650cc GOLDEN FLASH / GOLD FLASH * HISTORIC
    £5,995 eBay
    • Guide Price Match
    • 1955
    • Brierley Hill(Map)
    • * SOLD * BSA A10 650cc GOLDEN FLASH / GOLD FLASH * HISTORIC

Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
1950 £5,950 £4,750 £4,150 1,100
1951 £5,950 £4,750 £4,150 1,100
1952 £5,950 £4,750 £4,150 1,100
1953 £5,950 £4,750 £4,200 1,100
1954 £5,950 £4,750 £4,200 1,100
1955 £5,950 £4,800 £4,200 1,100
1956 £5,950 £4,800 £4,200 1,100
1957 £6,000 £4,800 £4,200 1,100
1958 £6,000 £4,800 £4,200 1,100
1959 £6,000 £4,800 £4,200 1,100
1960 £6,000 £4,800 £4,200 1,100
1961 £6,000 £4,800 £4,200 1,100

Year shows signs of appreciation

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