Tuesday, May 19, 2015

1926 BSA S26 and 1935 BSA 500 by Eric Steinhaus

Eric Steinhaus dropped in (on separate occasions) to show us his 1926 BSA S26 and 1935 BSA 500. Parts for these models are mostly non existent today so Eric searched hard. When parts could not be found, he made them himself or commissioned others to help. Eric has done a great job building these two lovely BSA's which he now maintains and rides regularly.

1926 BSA S26


1935 BSA 500 




4 comments:

Marita Biggam said...

Hi - would love to talk to Eric. I have just acquired a 1926 s26 myself and as it has family history I am very keen to finish the restoration and hit the road but alas I need help finding parts or people who can manufacture them. Happy to provide an email and/or phone number if Eric wants to share his knowledge.

Cheers,
Marita

Anonymous said...

I too would like to talk to Eric, I have a Colonial model, need information on front brake
Regards
Mike Brudar

Trojan Classic Motorcycles said...

We haven't seen Eric for a while but we will let him know when we do. Thanks, Trojan CM

Trojan Classic Motorcycles said...

Marita and Mike Brudar, we have spoken to Eric and he said he would be glad to answer any questions you may have. Please contact Trojan Classic Motorcycles with your phone numbers and we will pass them onto him. Thanks, Trojan CM