The BSA Model E was a lightweight motorcycle produced by the British manufacturer BS&AD in 1920. It was a single-cylinder, OHV four-stroke machine with a bore and stroke of 68mm x 81mm and a capacity of 269cc. With the help of a three-speed Sturmey-Archer gearbox, the BSA Model E could reach a top speed of 50mph. The styling of the machine was largely reminiscent of the classic motorcycles of the era, with a saddle-style seat and exposed valves on the sides of the engine. With its frame constructed out of steel and its aluminium fuel and oil tanks, the machine was relatively lightweight and easy to maneuver. It also featured an open-drum rear brake with a right-hand lever-pressed operation. In addition, the bike was equipped with Borrani laced-wire wheels and a unique expanding-spring suspension system. This machine was ideal for those who wanted dependable reliability and ease of use. All together, the BSA Model E was a great combination of style, power and capability.
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