A quality framed motorcycle print unique to Sump Magazine
Specifications: Solid oak frame. 8-inch x 6-inch high-resolution image. UK designed and produced. Reinforced corners.
About this framed print...
The image on this oak-framed print is the first-of-type 1937 500cc (actually 496cc) BSA M20 as designed by the great Val Page. You can think of this bike, if you will, as the grandfather of all the other BSA M20s and M21s that followed—and the Birmingham Small Arms Company built hundreds of thousands of them, the majority for the military.
At Sump we run an M20 sidevalve and we love it. To pay homage to this great motorcycle, we first created a quality metal sign. Then we decided to create a framed print too. In other words, something for the garage, and something to hang above our desks.
You can have one if you want, and you can trust us when we say they look good individually and even better as part of a set of four or even six (you can check our range below and see what else takes your fancy).
This BSA M20 framed print is mounted in a 225mm x 175mm x 16mm solid oak frame with a high quality image measuring 203mm x 152mm (or 8-inches x 6-inches, if you prefer).
We're adding to the range constantly, all of which are supplied mounted in the same quality oak frames to look good on your wall, desk, mantelpiece, shelf or wherever.
BSA M20s are still "affordable" classics. But our frames are even more affordable and will give you a different kind of pleasure for a long time to come.
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Looking for a set of 4 framed prints?
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