61 Miles – 1958 BSA Catalina Scrambler

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In the 1956 Catalina Grand Prix, nearly 1,000 riders came together to fight it out and earn the title of champion. The guy who succeeded was Chuck Minert, who won on a BSA Gold Star. BSA’s West Coast distributor asked for a replica of the winning bike, and the result was the BSA Catalina Scrambler.

BSA Catalina Scrambler - Right Side

Equipped with a factory number plate and a lighting delete, the Catalina Scrambler was instantly competitive in off-road racing – but that’s how many of these bikes were torn up. I still can’t believe how gorgeous this bike is, and it even has the Catalina Scrambler decal on the tank. For more information, check out this feature on Chuck and the Catalina Scrambler from Motocross Action Magazine.

BSA Catalina Scrambler - Front Left

This specific BSA Catalina Scrambler (VIN: DbD34gss6822) has just 61 miles on the odometer, and was formerly owned by Ted Hodgdon, the appointed president of BSA’s US subsidiary (as well as executive for the AMA and founder/president of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America.

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