Welcome to this site dedicated to the
M24 GOLD STAR Motorcycles.
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First, may I introduce myself:
George Wander, retired doctor/surgeon and long time BSA owner and enthusiast, based in East Devon in SW England.
I have been involved
with BSA bikes since 1974, and pre-war BSA
motorcycles for over 15 years, and I am the fortunate
owner of four
M24 Gold Stars, two of them original & unrestored , one restored
ago,and one 39 competition model still undergoing a full restoration.
I also have a
number of other BSA motorcycles, which are pictured on the other bikes page.
was launched in January 2010, and is intended to be a pictorial and technical resource for owners
and admirers of these wonderful machines. The site is continually being developed and improved.
I rebuild pre-war BSA M-series bikes, including OHV engines & gearboxes, and I am happy to take on outside
work, so please contact me with your requirements.
I occasionally have spares for sale, and
I will buy any M22, 23 &
M24 parts. Please contact me if you have any parts for sale, or if
you are looking
for pre-war parts.
The number of surviving bikes is still growing...see the survivors
page for details. I
currently have listed over 100 known survivors,
out of a total production of around 565 bikes.
you own an M24 or know of one anywhere, do get in touch.
Any feedback, photos or other contributions
will be more than
welcome. Please click below for Email, or give me a call.
On the site
you will find pages detailing the history of the first Gold
Stars, technical information, a photo gallery, information
parts, information about surviving M24 Gold Stars and links to
other sites of interest to BSA and vintage