The club publishes a monthly magazine which is distributed to all club members with recent copies archived in a digital format on this web site.
Besides interesting articles about club events and from club members it carries regular technical articles and updates on available spares and BSA vehicles for sale.
The club holds a monthly zoom meeting for club members on the third Thursday of each month. These ‘virtual’ meetings have become an excellent way to ‘meet' other members (including committee members) , and have become a valuable part of the “club experience’.
Members can forward any questions or other matters they wish to discuss in advance, especially technical or regulatory issues, so that any necessary research can be done in time for the meeting.
We hold and attend many rallies and meetings during the year which are in a calendar on the News & Events page. Some of the events are specifically for club members while others are public events in which club members participate. This is a picture taken at one of our BSA club rallies held at the Gaydon Motor museum.
The club has a vast collection of the original factory technical drawings which are available in printed or digital format to club members. These are of great assistance in the maintenance and restoration of BSA cars and have been invaluable for the production of new components for club members.
There is a large range of items of 'regalia' available to members including technical manuals, high quality copies of original BSA posters and various club items.
The club has an active spares scheme with both new and used spares available. The scheme is self financing and many parts are made to order by various engineering companies. Being in possession of most of the factory drawings gives the club a huge cost advantage when parts are made as the supplier does not have to draw up the part before manufacture.
It is also possible for members to place an advert on this website for either buying or selling BSA cars and spare parts.