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BSA Gold Star launches in India, it’s only a matter of time before it challenges Royal Enfield

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Classic Legends, a Mahindra company, has decided to bring back a legendary two-wheeler company that once disappeared from the market. Companies such as Jawa, Yezdi and BSA are taking new directions. His first two brands have already launched products on the market. Now it’s BSA’s turn.they are the first models in this country gold star I started having trouble bringing it up. Bicycles are common in India. The BSA Gold Star has a classic look with chrome panels and traditional spoked wheels. The retro motorcycle is estimated to hit the market in the first half of 2023.

However, the company hasn’t given any word on an exact release date for the Gold Star.The bike has a semi-digital twin-pod instrument cluster. An analog speedometer, LCD odometer, tachometer, and digital fuel gauge are installed. Also equipped with round halogen headlamps that accentuate the retro style.

The BSA Gold Star features a teardrop tank with circular BSA badging and a flat integrated seat. Here, too, the traditional spoked wire wheels are fitted with chrome mudguards. Again, touches of chrome can be seen on the headlight bezels, round rear-view mirrors, engine block and rear shock absorbers. A 41mm telescopic fork and twin rear shock setup do the job of the suspension.

Additionally, the BSA Gold Star is equipped with disc brakes on two wheels. It has dual channels. Power is provided by a 652 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled petrol engine. Peak power is 45 bhp and peak torque is 55 Nm. It comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The base model of the bike is priced between Rs 45,000 and 50,000.







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