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Welcome to our blogs, news and tech area of our site! Please understand that Classic British Spares works diligently and hard to ensure our work is accurate and correct. Although our team has deep roots with vintage British motorcycles that spans over 30+ years, we are in no way shape or form "experts" or an "authority" in our industry (nor do we pretend to be) but instead real life enthusiasts (like you) looking to share our opinions and experience. Happy reading!


Not all oil pressure sending units are the same! Our complete guide will showcase all the different oil pressure sending units used from 1969-1986. We will also cover all thread forms and styles used throughout the range including early Triumph models. Click here to read the guide today

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Save the date for our annual 2021 Spring "Kickoff" Weekend Sale. Everything across the website (including all parts) will be eligible for 8% off when you $75+. Read the full post for more details...

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In this Tech W/ Kyle series, we will show you how to repair a damaged BSA gear change quadrant. Our post will dive deep into making a splined shaft down to cutting, boring and brazing an original quadrant. Click here to read the full post today..

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Take your ignition timing to a higher degree by adding our new CBS "Bow-Tie" degree wheel to your tool box. New for 2022 we are offering a red / white version along with a slick black / white version. Designed for accuracy and performance. Click here to read the full blog post today..

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High gear bushings play an important role in your gear box transmission. Not only does a high gear bushing act as a sleeve, it's also a shaft for your oil seal to "ride on" to stop oil from leaving / entering your primary. Today we would like to introduce to you our new high gear bushings for all BSA A50 & A65 models. Click here to read the full blog post 

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