Monday, May 14, 2012

1969 Eric Cheney Victor

BSA put out a pretty good bike but Eric Cheney decided to eliminate the Victor's Vices. As it comes from the box, the BSA Victor is a pretty good rig, but like anything else, it could be improved. Bryan Slark, who is the western BSA Service Instructor, took a standard Victor and built this Cheney Victor. Eric Cheney it seems is one of those rare individuals who makes his living building specialty type chassis for competition-minded sportsmen. Bryan's completed motorcycle weighs only 233 lb., full of gas and oil. For a 500cc machine, this is light in anyone's book.

1969 Eric Cheney Victor 3-Page Article available at

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