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BSA Motorcycle Insurance

Get a quote for your BSA motorcycle insurance from Devitt today and we’ll compare prices from our panel of leading UK insurers to find you our best price and cover. Whether you own the once leading BSA Gold Star or the classic commuter BSA Bantam, we’ll find the perfect cover for you. You’ll also get a unique 10% discount code for leading online retailer Sportsbikeshop.

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How much does BSA Motorcycle Insurance cost?

Want to get an idea of the average cost for BSA Motorcycle Insurance in the UK? We've provided some examples here...

BSA Bantam 150, 148cc, Value £2,000.00

Comp £70.54

TPFT £61.55

BSA B40, 343cc, Value £3,000.00

Comp £78.26

TPFT £66.09

BSA A65T, 654cc, Value £4,000.00

Comp £81.01

TPFT £82.13

BSA A65 Lightning, 654cc, Value £6,000.00

Comp £81.01

TPFT £81.01

All prices are correct as at January 2020 and are based on a married rider aged 45, living in the BS27 area, with a full licence, 5 years NCD for SDP including commuting, no convictions or accidents, bank manager, with factory fitted immobilisors. Bike is garaged and the usage is 3000 miles per annum.

History of BSA Motorcycles

The birth of Birmingham Small Arms Motorcycles

BSA Motorcycles (part of the Birmingham Small Arms industrial group) was the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer from the mid-1930s to the early 1960s. They peaked in the 1950s as one of the world’s largest companies and purchased Triumph and Ariel motorcycles.

In 1884 Birmingham Small Arms began building bicycles, after over 30 years producing rifles. They progressed into motorised bicycles around 1905, and grew from strength to strength. As with many motorcycle manufacturers they had expansive growth during and after the two world wars, but in 1946 they launched their BSA A7, their own 500 vertical twin engine. This developed into the BSA Gold Star.

Trials and Tribulations

The BSA Gold Star was their champion motorcycle, it was selling rapidly and winning races and sure-fire way to growth – however by the mid-1950s BSA made a series of blunders which knocked them off the top stop. This included discontinuing their Gold Star and redesigning their A7 and A10 models, three moves which didn’t go down well.

The 1968 launch of the BSA Bantam went down like a lead balloon and the bike was criticised for its outdated look, whilst other manufacturers were taking the market by storm. In 1971 BSA lost £3 million and this was the last year of production for most of their motorcycles.

Frequently asked questions about BSA Motorcycle Insurance

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What are the different types of BSA motorcycle?

There are a few different types of BSA motorcycles including…

Gold Star – BSA’s superstar! They were hand-built and one of the fastest motorcycles in the world during the 50s; they dominated the TT.

A7 – BSA’s first vertical twin engine, replaced by the A50 in 1963.

A50 – The A7’s replacement in 1963, but sales didn’t see the same success

A10 – 646cc Vertical Twin, it was replaced in in 1965 by the A65 (which never sold as well as the A10).

Rocket 3 – BSA’s three cylinder superbike was outshone by Honda’s 750.

Bantam – BSA’s commuter bike, now a classic, it was criticised in its day for looking too dated.

How can I get a quote for my BSA?

Your BSA bike insurance provides one of three levels of cover, depending on which you choose: fully comprehensive, third party fire and theft, and third party only. This includes a 24/7 claims line should you ever need to make a claim, as well as 90 days’ worth of cover across the EU – which could save you a significant sum of money if you’re a regular traveller across Europe.

We will need you to provide us with a few details to provide a quote, such as security for your bike, your location and occupation, mileage, driving habits and whether you have any no claims bonus. We’ll also need to know about any convictions within the last 5 years.

Get a fast quote online right now, or give our friendly team of advisors a call and they’ll give you a quote for your BSA over the phone on 0345 872 3614.

Why insure your BSA with Devitt?

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