I have been a BSA nut since I was 17. In 1977 when all my friends were moving up to a faster Japanese bike, I went backwards and bought a slower BSA. I've been going backwards ever since - it's the future.
I decided to start a blog because I wanted a place to record information about BSA motorcycles that wasn't printed in any of the books about BSA that I owned.
Since then my fascination has grown and my realisation that there is an awful lot of information about BSA out there that isn't published. So my mission (and I chose to accept it) is to record as much of this as I can on the web for everyone and for ever.
I'm doing this to spread the word for the greater good and edcuation and in principle don't mind anyone using my material elsewhere as long as it's not for commercial gain and is credited. If in doubt, ask me.
Similarly, I've used photos taken from books, sent by others and found god-knows-where and in each case I'll credit the source where known. If I've published something I shouldn't please let me know and I'll remove or credit it immediately.