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BSA Motorcycles Road Rocket (1957)

Classic British built motorcycle.
The BSA Road Rocket was a 1950s British motorcycle developed from the A10 Golden Flash. The A10 had a reputation for reliability but was struggling to compete against the Triumph engines and the Norton Featherbed frames. Advertised by BSA in 1954 as 'undoubtedly the worlds greatest motorcycle' the Road Rocket was discontinued in 1958 when it was replaced by the BSA Super Rocket.

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Registration no:KRC882
Chassis no:EA710921
Engine no:CA101269
Engine:
0-60 mph:0
Top Speed:0
MPG:0
Passenger Seats:2


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