- Displacement (ccm): 596 cc
- Type of engine: single cilynder, side valve, four stroke
- Transmisión: Chain, four speeds.
BSA M33-10 Sloper from 1933
It has good general condition and work.
Presented in 1926 , the Sloper set the BSA company on the road to market domination and success.
It was designed by Harold Briggs who designed the machine around a sporty and reliable 493 cc ohv engine which inclined forward in the frame.
The Sloper soon got a reputation as a sporting but quiet motorcycle, a real trendsetter.
Apart from the OHV models, two sidevalve slopers were marketed, a 493 cc model and a 557cc model, which grew to 595 cc after some years like this model.