A series of snaps from another forgotten family album. The bikes featured are BSAs - a brace of C11 and a B31. I like how you can see the enthusiasm develop, the C11s start off with learner plates which they lose and then, obviously happy with the C11, brand loyalty develops and we move on to the B31 which gets loaded up for touring.
|BSA C11 with L plates to the fore. Not sure of the machine|
in the background, it looks pre-war, perhaps a Royal Enfield
lightweight. Seems like the bike is newly bought here.
|Dad testing out the C11.|
|More posing with the C11.|
|The C11 again. A pillion has been picked up along the way!|
|And a B31 now, Same place, same pillion.|
|The B31's screen has gone but a crash bar and natty spot|
light have appeared.
|On tour. AA box in the background.|
|A slice of old England when country roads were quiet and|
free from SUV driving maniacs.
|Another tour, this time using the screen.|
|Looks like a F-Type Morgan three wheeler in the background.|