BSA

BSA

BSA Company Limited is a motorcycle manufacturer which purchased rights to the BSA name from Birmingham Small Arms Company's successor, Dennis Poore's Manganese Bronze Holdings, upon the liquidation of Norton Villiers Triumph in 1978.

  • Founded
    1978
Type
Year

1970 BSA Classic motorcycles

BSA A 50 Royal Star
Air cooled, 498cc, OHV
  • Year
    1970
  • Type
    Classic
  • Make
    BSA
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    Engine Power
    32.77 HP (24.1 kW) @ 6500 rpm
  • Top Speed
    Top Speed
    90.1 mph
BSA A 65 Thunderbolt
Air cooled, 654cc, OHV
  • Year
    1970
  • Type
    Classic
  • Make
    BSA
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    Engine Power
    45.68 HP (33.6 kW) @ 7000 rpm
  • Top Speed
    Top Speed
    104.39 mph
BSA A 65 Lightning
Air cooled, 654cc, OHV
  • Year
    1970
  • Type
    Classic
  • Make
    BSA
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    Engine Power
    48.67 HP (35.8 kW) @ 7000 rpm
  • Top Speed
    Top Speed
    108.12 mph
BSA A 65 SS Firebird
Air cooled, 654cc, Inline-2, OHV
  • Year
    1970
  • Type
    Classic
  • Make
    BSA
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    Engine Power
    48.67 HP (35.8 kW) @ 7000 rpm
  • Top Speed
    Top Speed
    108.74 mph
BSA B 25 Star
Air cooled, 247cc, Single, OHV
  • Year
    1970
  • Type
    Classic
  • Make
    BSA
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    Engine Power
    25.83 HP (19 kW) @ 7250 rpm
  • Top Speed
    Top Speed
    83.88 mph
BSA A 75 Rocket 3
Air cooled, 740cc, Inline-3, OHV
  • Year
    1970
  • Type
    Classic
  • Make
    BSA
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    Engine Power
    57.51 HP (42.3 kW) @ 7500 rpm
  • Top Speed
    Top Speed
    114.95 mph