This site is for people who love, admire, want, are curious about or are just interested in the BSA GP VICTOR motorcycle
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This site is for people who love, admire, want, are curious about or are just interested in the BSA GP VICTOR motorcycle, a British scrambles bike built in 1965 and 1966, replicas of a machine used by Jeff Smith to win the World 500cc Moto-Cross Championship in 1964 and 1965.In all 468 GPs were built over the period summer 1965 to autumn 1966. Over a third of the bikes went to continental europe and about a hundred to the Americas. Jeff Smith says 500 were built . ( He signed the tanks for £1 each and received £500). The Register currently contains the names of at least 90 Custodians of GPs gathered over the last 15 years or so - there is no fee or other obligation other than to enjoy a lovely little piece of engineering from a moment in time when a lot of threads were drawn together to make what is virtually a works replica bike.
Sad news to report. Mike Wadsworth passed away in October of 2023. Earlier in the year Mike asked me to take over the site to preserve the information and service it provides. I am Peter Quick, owner of BSA Unit Singles LLC in New Hampshire USA. www.bsaunitsingles.com I am a fellow GP Victor enthusiast with four and a half B44GPs. I also carry parts for these bikes. I'll be updating this website as time goes on.
What do you have? Why not join the Register - just email me firstname.lastname@example.org with frame and engine number- there is no cost involved. I don't display any details other than what is shown on the register plus your email address which is for my use only.