BSA M33-10

The BSA M33-10 was a British motorcycle made by BSA at their factory in Small Heath, Birmingham in 1933.

BSA M33-10
Engine595cc four stroke single


The M33-10 was developed as a 5.95 hp side valve based on the earlier BSA Sloper with capacity extended to 595cc to make it more suitable for use with a sidecar.[1] In 1934 M33-10 was replaced by the M34-12 'de Luxe' side valve and the M34-13 overhead valve 'de Luxe' models, both of which had 5.95 hp engines.[2]


  1. "BSA 1933". Retrieved 31 October 2010.
  2. "BSA Models 1933/1934". Retrieved 31 October 2010.

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