Is this BSA's upcoming 650cc motorcycle?

The bike is said to be powered by a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine unlike its rival, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.

A prototype bike believed to be the upcoming 650cc offering from BSA has been spotted testing in India.

The bike features a retro design with a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, a circular headlamp and a flat seat. It is equipped with a conventional telescopic fork at the front and has twin shock absorbers at the rear. The test bike also has disc brakes at both ends.

Now, there have been reports of BSA developing an all-new 650cc motorcycle. It is said that the bike will use a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder motor unlike its main rival, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. As you know, the Interceptor has a twin-cylinder engine that puts out 47 BHP and 40 Nm. We can expect similar figures from BSA's 650cc unit.

Having re-introduced Jawa, Classic Legends plans to resurrect the BSA brand with a new 650cc offering. It is said that the bike could be built in the UK. The company is also bringing back the Yezdi brand.

Source: Thrustzone

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