Mark's Motorcycling History

BSA Starfire 250 1971

The "Starfire" in road guise. It spent most of it's life as a "scrambler" and was used as an MX and short circuit mount. The 1971 B25 BSA was one of the fastest production 250's of it's day and had a claimed top speed of almost 100mph. This one suffered a major blowup in 1981 and languished under the house until 1994 when I restored and sold it to help finance an overseas trip. By 1994 I was over unreliable British bikes..