Project Description


1967 BSA 650

This BSA is of Thunderbolt specification, the bike has been in regular use with the previous owner and is a nice usable example of this great British classic. In 1962 the Birmingham Small Arms company (BSA) launched a completely new designed motorcycle based off of the BSA A10 platform. This new model was called the BSA A65. 1962 was BSAs first attempt of making a unit construction twin. Gearbox, primary and crankshaft was now housed into a single case or “unit”. Often compared to the Triumph Bonneville, it could be argued that the Triumph has the legs in the engine department but the A65’s handling was always considered its party piece.

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Motorcycle additional information

  • Single 30mm MK1 Amal carbs
  • 4 Speed gearbox
  • 650 Twin cylinder
  • Hagon Rear Shocks

Great usable condition

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