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BSA Starfire Gallery

BSA produced several variations of their unit constuction OHV 250 single, introduced in 1958, and the restyled C25 was reasonably successful with its chrome guards and squared off alloy barrel. It represented a move forward for BSA, though some would say a little too late when compared to the competition.

The change in the learner law restricting new riders to machines not exceeding 250cc resulted in a change in character for quarter litre machines with greater emphasis being placed on performance at the expense of flexibility. One of the quickest British two-fifties to emerge was the BSA Starfire introduced during 1968 which benefited from the firms success in scrambles.

Bike Image Description
BSA B25 Starfire BSA B25 Starfire Four stroke, single cylinder, air cooled, OHV, 2 valve per cylinder.
1964 BSA Star 650cc Twin 1964 BSA Star 650cc Twin  
1967 BSA Starfire BSA Starfire  
1969 BSA B25 Starfire BSA B25 Starfire  
1969 BSA Starfire 1969 BSA Starfire  
1969 BSA Starfire BSA Starfire

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1969 BSA B25 Starfire BSA B25 Starfire 250cc.
1969 BSA Starfire BSA Starfire 1969
1969 BSAStarfire BSA Starfire 1969
1969 BSA B25S Starfire BSA B25S Starfire
1970 BSA B25 Starfire, 250cc 1970 BSA B25 Starfire, 250cc
1970 BSA B25 Star Fire BSA B25 Star Fire

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