Iconic British bike company BSA Motorcycles is back once again. Classic Legends, a Mahindra Group company, has worked to revive the motorcycle brand. The company has introduced its first model at a special event in Birmingham, UK. First of all the company has brought BSA Gold Star bike. This bike was sold between 1938 and 1963. At that time the bike used to come in 350 cc and 500 cc engines.
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The new bike can be named BSA Goldstar 650. The new bike will be put on public display from December 4 to December 12. It can get a 650 cc single cylinder engine, which will compete with the Royal Enfield 650 Twins in the UK. This engine will generate 47hp power and 40Nm peak torque. It will be a liquid cooled engine. It will get disc brakes at the front and rear with dual channel ABS as standard.
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The bike will get many latest features with retro design. It has a round shaped headlamp, in which DRL is integrated. Apart from this, LED tail lamps, fuel tank with tear drop shape, and wide handlebar are available. It will also get wide fenders at the front and rear. From the headlamps to the fuel tamp, there is a lot of use of chrome in it. Let us tell you that BSA motorcycles were discontinued in the 1970s. But since 2016, Mahindra’s subsidiary Classic Legends has been handling it.
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The new BSA motorcycle is designed and manufactured in the UK. Anupam Thareja, Co-Founder, Classic Legends Pvt Ltd, said, “We used to spend hours looking at the font, size and color of the bike. How does it look day and night? What has come out of it is absolutely stunning, beautiful artwork.’