BSA A7 in Movies
Man in a Suitcase EP: 11
It is a twin so it is either an A7 500 or an A10 650 from the late 1950s up to about 1961. There was a Rocket Gold Star twin but this isn't one. http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/bsa/bsa_a7%2061.htm
The Baron EP: 14
Sympathetic looking rocker type who would go for the 646cc engine, surely.
Classe tous risques
Bon alors moi j'sais plus, là Triumph ? Norton ? Brothrjack, JCB, jplemoine, somebody, help me! BSA A50 or A65- BSA... Laquelle? BSA A7
I should have looke at film date
Same model? (01:03:04) xxxx RD 75 is a plate number from the first half of 1965. If genuine. BSA?
BSA yes. Maybe A7 rather than A10 from the small front brake? I see from the thumb pic that they have plunger rear suspension so date is late 1940s/early 1950s - not later than 1954. I don't think we can see enough detail to determine whether or not they are from pre 1949 redesign or after.
Le rouge est mis
1950 BSA A7
BSA encore? Là aussi, 500 A7 ou 650 B33... another A7 or A10 Golden Flash (1954-57) Older plunger rear suspension model.
The name Golden Flash was only used for the 650cc A10 model. The 500cc A7 was the Star Twin or Shooting Star.
Moi et les hommes de 40 ans
Looks like a BSA twin, did the French police run Beezers? Often we saw police Triumphs in old French movies, but BSAs, I don't remember... /vehicle_767096-BSA-A7.html Gendarmerie on A7's, can I claim this as an A7 please?
Sure you can. I recently saw a motorcycle movie that you'll like, will upload pictures soon!
1951 BSA A7
Plunger frame BSA twin. Being a police bike probably a 500. Call it a 1951 BSA A7.
Yield to the Night
1953 BSA A7
BSA twin A7 or A10 It appears to have plunger rear suspension so is 1950 or later. Registration NUU 628 if it can be dated.
NUU 628 = London, April-July 1953.
Vacances explosives! L'aventure est sur la route
1954 BSA A7
BSA, probably an A7, early to mid 1950s, unfortunately the saddlebags obscure the rear suspension making it difficult to date.
1960 BSA A7
A50 (500cc) Star twins from the early '60s?
I agree. Looks '60- A7 or A10 by front fender.
1960 BSA A7
From the bonus, it's the same byke BSA???
Yes BSA twin - either 500cc A7 or 650cc A10 from about 1960.
Britain's Best Drives EP: 6
1961 BSA A7
Described as a 1961. The only direct shot I could recognise of this one, but it's in this line-up ... and part of the convoy which accompanies the Bentley from Brig o'Turk, as described here. That's an A7/A10 motor.
Probably the one fourth from left in the thumb.
A-ha: Stay on These Roads
1963 BSA A7
BSA with 2 in 1 exhaust (350?) I owned a 650 Spitfire 650. Rims seems to be from Borrani (alu).
It is an A series twin either A7 or A10.
Chair de poule
jun, jp ..au boulot! ... la moto à droite Quite sure Matchless G12 (1958-) (...few possibility of older model is left, by black brake drum panel...) Link to "www.vintagebike.co.uk" well done Jun, I was sure you'd find it... if not may be jp?... (but where is jp?)
Sorry Sirs,not a Matchless but a BSA A7 500 or A10 650
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
[guess] BSA A7 Shooting Star (1958-) Front fender is shallow, and the color is same to the body. And full width brake drum painted in such an arrangement of color seems from 1958. for reference : A10 picture (A10 has deeper front fender than A7) http://www.ianchadwick.com/motorcycles/w650/a10a.gif
Le Diable par la queue
1960 BSA A7
'60- BSA A7 or A10 /vehicle_57411-BSA-A7-1960.html?PHPSESSID=2668f7b5e176eb62060e1aa2c61a6c75
Rosamunde Pilcher - Schneesturm im Frühling
1964 BSA A7
1964 BSA Something 500. DVLA details for BTO 940B are: Date of First Registration 10 07 1964 Year of Manufacture 1964 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 500cc CO₂ Emissions Not Available Fuel Type PETROL Export Marker N Vehicle Status SORN in place Vehicle Colour BLACK Vehicle Type Approval Not Available
rear "handle lifter" suggest a rear girder suspension so could be A7 but till produced in 1964?
1950 BSA A7
BSA a twin and surely a 650 Golden Flash
It's a 497cc A7, probably 1950. When the Golden Flash was launched in that year it was finished in gold, with distinctive badge and tank detail. I rescued some parts from an incomplete earlier 495cc A7, dumped in the woods near Banstead in the early 1960s, and have its original black toolbox still. My 1951 Golden Flash, MGP 632, I rescued for £5 from Lombard Wharf in 1965 (in the nick of time) hitched to a Watsonian c/a sidecar. The outfit was in its original black finish and I restored bike and sidecar accordingly. As with the first gold-finished machines the tank badge actually featured a red flash, possibly hand finished.
L'argent de poche
1954 BSA A7
Voilà quelque chose qui me semble être nouveau sur le site : Le derny. Très connu des amateurs de la "petite reine", sur piste comme sur route (Bordeaux-Paris ou vice-versa). Pour l'anecdote, la scène a été tournée dans le stade Darragon à Vichy, ville où je réside actuellement. La tribune que l'on voit et où j'ai usé mes fonds de culotte à suivre les matchs du R.C.V. rugby, n'existe plus, remplacée par une autre plus moderne. Souvenirs, souvenirs... Hi Jun ! What do you think about the "Derny" ? If I am a Derny...May be I can't resist my sudden acceleration impulse Après quelques recherches, il apparait que Derny est une marque. Je référence donc celui-ci comme tel, en attendant de savoir si c'est bien cette marque. Si confirmation il y a, ce sera une nouvelle marque. BSA A7 or A10 (1954-1958) From the engine and side cover shape, it's BSA. And year is guessed from knee-grip rubber position (at the side of tank) . About this derny cycle, there are two possibilities. 1. converted into derny use 2. converted by special maker I searched 'BSA' & 'derny', but can't find special maker... sample picture http://www.beesa.de/assets/images/BSA_A7SS_1957.gif http://www.motosolvang.com/bike_windows/1958_bsa2.html and 'Derny' motorcycle http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~pattle/nacc/arc0266.htm