BSA Motorcycles to make a comeback on December 4

By Aditya Jadhav | on November 26, 2021

Classic Legends which is a Mahindra subsidiary is not letting the bygones be bygones. After successfully bringing back the Jawa brand to life, the firm has plans to review BSA Motorcycles and Yezdi.

Back in 2016, Mahindra acquired a sizeable stake in BSA Motorcycles, and since then Mahindra’s subsidiary brand, Classic Legends – which manufactures Jawa motorcycles – has been in charge of the same. Now, five years later, Birmingham Small Arms or popularly known as BSA Motorcycles will make an official comeback with an all-new product on December 4.

The unveiling of the new BSA motorcycle will be held in Birmingham, UK, which is the company’s home town. The first motorcycle is likely to be a retro-style mid-capacity modern classic. 

It is speculated that the new BSA motorcycle is likely to borrow platform and engine design from the outgoing Jawa. However, the styling of the new motorcycle is likely to hark back to BSA’s design philosophy from the days of the old. Round headlamp, flat and low handlebar, metal fuel tank, minimum body panels and exposed chassis and engine bits are a few features we expect from the upcoming BSA product.

The new BSA motorcycle will be produced in the UK itself under Classic Legends, and the project will mainly focus on the international markets. In India, Classic Legends will soon revive the Yezdi brand name alongside the existing Jawa. Yezdi is likely to bring in affordable adventure motorcycles which will effectively be the Royal Enfield Himalayan rival and a scrambler which will be more in line with the Honda CB350 RS.

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