The BSA Sloper (1930) is an iconic classic British motorcycle. This single-cylinder, street-legal machine was designed with a focus on aerodynamics and maneuverability. It featured a long sleek frame with a single, sloping downtube that was designed to reduce wind resistance and provide superior handling. The Sloper's low center of gravity made it easy to handle and contributed to its popularity among riders. The suspension was provided by a pair of conventional telescopic forks up front, while a long swinging arm arrangement was located at the rear. The engine was an OHV single cylinder mounted in the frame along with its three-speed gearbox and driven directly by a shaft. The Sloper featured an often-fanciful range of accessories and was built in several variants, including a sporty model and a civilian model. With its distinctive styling and capable performance, the BSA Sloper (1930) remains a beloved favorite among motorcycle enthusiasts.
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