|INSIDE:||8 page colour section/ 175 b&w photos|
The diminutive BSA Bantam is one of the icons of British motoring in the twentieth century. It was not fast, or glamorous, or particularly well built; but it was cheap, easy to ride and reasonably reliable.
It was an introduction to motoring for thousands of men and women in the fifties and sixties, and it still holds an important place in the memory of many. This book charts the huge success of the little bike from Birmingham that started its life in pre-war Germany and went on to conquer the world.
Topics covered: Full history of the BSA Bantam Special panels on important features and people. Full specifications for major models.
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