BSA Fittings Adverts
BSA Fittings Adverts: New Zealand & Australia
It is natural for a cannibal to love his fellow man and woman, not forgetting the little ones of tender years. Turner & Co are not cannibals – they are not a bit greedy even; but they want to do everyone a good turn by selling them one of their roadster machines. These bicycles cannot be beaten for quality or value. They are made to order on the spot of BSA fittings throughout.
Wanganui Herald, New Zealand, 27th February, 1904
As you can see from the adverts below, from New Zealand newspapers 1898-1924, many different New Zealand and Australian bicycle manufacturers used BSA fittings in the early years of cycle production.
Mercer’s Cycle Works, Nelson: NZH Cycles.
Marlborough Express, 1st July 1898
Anglo NZ Cycle Co.
The Colonist, 9th May 1900
F.G. Small: Advance Cycle Works.
Waimate Daily Advertiser, 23rd August, 1900
Gamages Ladies Bicycles.
The Star, 27th December, 1902
Turner & Co: Dart Spring Frame.
Wanganui Herald, 21st May 1904
G.F. Cuson, Cumberland St, Dunedin: Moa Cycles.
R.S. Tonkinson & Co, Dunedin: The Viking & The Westwood.
Bruce Herald, 15th July 1904
Otago Witness, 11th January, 1905
E. Sears Cycle Works, Bridge St, Nelson: The Tui.
Nelson Evening Mail, 4th January, 1906
D.Y. Rennie, BSA Agent, Stock Exchange, Melbourne.
Otago Witness, 9th September, 1908
Dexter & Crozier: Wanderer.
Thames Star, 27th March, 1908
T.P Jenkins Cycle Depot.
Hawera & Normanby Star, 1st May, 1909
T. Turtill, Zealanda Cycle Works, Ashburton.
Ashburton Guardian, 18th December, 1911
D.Y. Rennie (Representing the BSA Co Ltd),
Australian Buildings, Melbourne.
BSA Fittings Handbook,
C.E. Blayney, BSA Factory Representative,
30 Courtenay Place,