- Close to 100 pounds lighter than a Goldstar, the BSA Victor Special had improved handling and acceleration.
- The Victor in the BSA's name directly refers to its motocross success.
- The front wheel on the BSA is a highly effective 7-inch unit, allowing the bike to stop on a dime.
- One of the main issues with converting the Victor to a road bike was its need of constant upkeep under skilled hands.
- A fitted electronic ignition now makes starting the Victor Special much easier.
- In addition to its light weight and race-derived front forks, the Victor Special had a special visual appeal for customers who wanted a dirt bike-styled streetbike.
- Because BSA built a large supply, a nice, clean, useable Victor could be yours for less than $5,000.
- BSA Victor Special