Blueprint BSA M-20 (1941)

BSA M-20 (1941)


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    Introduced in 1941, the BSA M-20 was a range of robust yet stylish motorcycles popular among British servicemen during World War II. The M-20 was built to last with its durable steel frame and robust 500cc engine that could propel the bike up to a top speed of 78 mph, while protecting it against the harsh wartime conditions. The exterior featured a classic design, with a low single saddle and pillion for seating, and the stepped tank with tank-mounted handball, with a round emblem containing the famous BSA logo at the bottom of the tank. The frame, fork, handlebars and foot-change were all chrome-plated and the headlamp, tail-lamp, instrument cluster and speedometer were all fitted on the front mudguard. The M-20 also boasted a traditional hand clutch, 4-speed gearbox, and rear suspension system for added comfort when riding. The M-20 became a favourite for many servicemen and citizens alike and could provide a smooth ride even under the hardest of conditions. It was easy to handle and economical on fuel, with the power and torque needed to tackle any terrain. Despite being released almost 80 years ago, the BSA M-20 remains an iconic and reliable motorcycle that will continue to be a popular choice in years to come.

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