652 cc engine, the pride of the old; What makes BSA Gold Star different?

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Classic Legends was born five years ago with the goal of bringing back the forgotten legendary motorcycles. The next mission of this Mahindra Group company, which has brought the much-forgotten Java back to the Indian streets, is the return of both the Yezdi and the British brand BSA.

Gold Star, the first model to make a comeback to British motorcycle maker BSA Motorcycles, was unveiled in Birmingham, UK yesterday. More information is now available about Goldstar being developed, designed and built in the UK.

The original BSA Gold Star was a motorcycle that was on the market from 1938 to 1963. The Gold Star was available at the time with engines ranging from 350 to 500cc. BSA has chosen for the new Gold Star a design that does full justice to this old-fashioned model.

The bike is powered by a 652cc, liquid-cooled, dual overhead cam, four-valve, single-cylinder engine; The engine produces up to 45 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 55 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The transmission is a five speed gearbox.

The bike is powered by a 652cc, liquid-cooled, dual overhead cam, four-valve, single-cylinder engine; The engine produces up to 45 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 55 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The transmission is a five speed gearbox.

The front suspension of the bike is a telescopic fork made of tubular steel, dual-coded frame. And a double shock absorber in the rear. It has 320mm disc brakes at the front and 255mm disc brakes at the rear. It also has Brembo calipers. The Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp tire is available with 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. The bike weighs 213 kg and comes with a 12 liter storage tank.

The bike has a dual pod analog speedometer and tachometer with LCD multi-functional display. The headlamp has a halogen bulb and the tail lamp has an LED. The bike also comes with dual channel ABS, a slip clutch and a USB charger attached to the handle bar.

Although it will compete with Royal Enfield's Continental GT650 and 'Interceptor 650', GoldStory expects a higher premium price than these. Therefore, the 'Gold Star' will be available for a similar price to the other rivals 'Kawasaki W800' and Triumph 'Street Twin'.

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