Approximately 1584 BSA RGS’s were built between 1962 and ’63, with a 105 Mph top speed from mildly tuned A10 Super Rocket 650cc engine it was not hard to see why it became one of the most popular factory built café racers of the 1960’s.
This example from 1963 is only showing test milage since a comprehensive restoration and has been stored ever since. It has just received a service and check over in our workshop and is great working order. Still fitted with rare Dunlop alloy wheel rims the bike also retains many of its original and correct components but is not a matching number example.
Supplied with the UK V5C logbook and an older BSA dating certificate this is a great opportunity to acquire an extremely well presented example of one of the most iconic British motorcycles of the 1960’s.