The BSA 650 motorcycles were the epitome of the British motorcycle
invasion into the U.S. They were lightweight at 391 pounds and
handled well with several different variations available. This 1968
example is an A65 Lightning. It's powered by a 654cc 2-cylinder
twin-carb engine producing 53bhp paired with a close-ratio 4-speed
manual transmission and is capable of a top speed of 110 mph. From
the Larry Winkler Collection.
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