The BSA A10 (1962) was a classic British motorcycle that featured a loud roar and timeless design. It was a classic cruiser style motorcycle, with a single cylinder engine with smooth running and a reliable frame. The A10 had a lightweight frame, with the center of gravity low, making it easy to maneuver and handle. It had a short wheelbase, giving it great maneuverability. The front forks were preload adjustable, and the rear was a swingarm with a Monobloc rear shocks and adjustable suspension preload. At the center of the A10's design was a chain-drive, so maintenance was minimal and it could handle anything from cobblestone to dirt roads. The engine was a four-stroke, 630cc with a top speed of 85 mph. The air-cooled engine had a classic Triumph-style fuel tank, with an oil-cleaner carburetor and a single barrel down-draft Amal Concentric carb fitted to it. The A10 had a simple electrical system featuring a points ignition and a Bosch M35B magneto. The bike was equipped with matching front and rear drum brakes for precise stops. The BSA A10 (1962) was a classic cruiser that gave riders a reliably reliable ride and an iconic look that will never be forgotten.
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