1958 BSA 350 Comp. Trials

    • Year 1958
    • Chassis Number CB32.7297
    • Engine Number BB32A.312.
    • Registration MDO 165

    During the golden era of off road competition (1950 – 1965) BSA Trials and Scrambles bikes were consistently Britain’s most successful brand in national events. These competition models were of sound design and high performance, enabling BSA to retain many of the period’s best competitors. 

    As such they are still used in many classic events today and are much sort after by a loyal and enthusiastic following.

    This fine 350cc Trials bike had been part of a private collection of a former Trials rider and BSA off road collector until recently. Registered as a 1958 example it carries a Gold Star BB32 engine that is in good running order and also features a nice period Lyta alloy fuel tank. Not much of the previously history is known however it is in generally good order having had a full check over with fresh oils and spark plug. It is supplied with the current Uk V5C logbook.