The iconic British motorcycle maker, BSA, was once the largest selling motorcycle manufacturer in the world. With Japanese makers offering cheaper products and the lack of foresight at BSA, the company met its end. Designer Oberdan Bezzi has rendered this beautiful bike.
Based on the BSA Victor, a 441 cc, 30 PS machine which was on sale between 1968 and 1970, the rendering is apt for a modern day BSA. With a Scrambler styled design, the sketch gets off-road tyres. The exhaust has been raised and kept parallel to the seat. Equipped with Brembo brakes, upside down front suspension, gas charged rear shocks and ABS, the bike oozes sophistication and has a distinct premium feel.
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With Mahindra announcing plans to revive BSA and now own the controlling stake in Classic Legends, the first product has been confirmed and will hit the streets in 2019. BSA models are expected to be designed in Europe with inputs being borrowed from Mahindra Racing, the Indian manufacturer’s Moto3 division based in Italy.
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