BSA B25/C25

Accessories Engine Plates & tie bolts Petrol tank and fittings
Air filter Exhaust system Pistons and rings
Barrel etc Fastenings, standard Primary chaincase
Battery Footrests Racks & panniers
Battery carrier Forks Rocker box and fittings
Big end assembly Frame fittings Saddles
Brake pedal, rod etc Gasket sets Shock absorbers
Brakes Gearbox Side panels 
Cables, not speedometer Handlebars and controls Silencers
Camshafts and followers Head steady Speedometers & cables
Carburettor Horns Stands
Catalogues HT coils etc Stands (1971)
Centre stand Lighting equipment Swinging arm 
Centre stand (1971) Liners Switches
Chains and chainguards Main bearings (crank) Tank, oil 
Clutch Manuals Tank, petrol 
Crankcase and fittings Mudguard, front  Timing gear & fittings
Crankshaft assembly Mudguard, rear  Tools
Cylinder barrel Nuts and Bolts  Transfers
Cylinder head and fittings Oil feed pipes, engine Tyres
Cylinder liners Oil feed pipes, rocker box Valve springs
Dual seats Oil pump  Valves and guides
Electrical- Charging Oil tank Washers
Electrical- Ignition Owners guides  Wheels
Electrical- Lighting Paint equivalents Wiring looms
Electrical- Switches Parts books  Workshop manuals
Electrical- Wiring

Only being made for five years, the BSA B25 and C25 models are not as common as other more well known bikes like the Gold Star. A unit engine model, the Fleetstar and Starfire BSA were made from 1967 to 1971, all 250cc with some B25s a Trials model. Often credited with being the fastest 250 made in Britain at the time, the racing red and bright blue, as well it’s lightweight engine and unfussy styling, appealed to a younger crowd.

Luggage from our sister company Craven

Air Filter



Cylinder & Crank

Electrical Equipment

Footrest & Brake Pedal






Oil Tank & Silencer

Petrol Tank, Handlebars & Dual Seats

Primary Chain Case

Swinging Arm