BSA Motorcycles A10 (1956)
Vehicle descriptionClassic British motorcycle. The BSA Golden Flash was a 646 cc (39.4 cu in) air-cooled parallel twin motorcycle designed by Bert Hopwood and produced by Birmingham Small Arms Company at Small Heath, Birmingham. Code-named the BSA A10, it was available in black and chrome; but it was the distinctive golden paint scheme that gave The Golden Flash its name.
|Engine:||646 cc air cooled twin|