BSA Gold Star
Return of a legend
The new BSA Gold Star inherits the soul of its forerunners and combines it with modern technology to deliver an authentic and reliable BSA riding experience. This modern classic is powered by a 652cc single-cylinder engine – a tribute to the original model.
The next chapter in the brand’s history is going to be an exciting ride.”
For us, the new BSA Gold Star is not just a motorcycle, but an emotion and we pursued the journey of bringing BSA back with utmost passion.
Featuring an individual analogue speedometer and tachometer units with LCD multi-functional display.
Chrome touches on the sides, an offset fuel filler cap and a dash of colour with contrasting pinstripe.
Based on a pre-unit single and retains the same looks for authenticity.
Works with the optimised handlebar and foot peg position to offer a seating position that’s commanding yet comfortable.
Finished in chrome to complete the persona of the new motorcycle.
Available in Insignia Red, Dawn Silver, Midnight Black, Highland Green and Silver Sheen (Legacy Edition).
Engine Type – Liquid-cooled, single- cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves, twin spark plugs
Engine Capacity – 652cc
Compression Ratio – 11.5:1
Max Torque – 55Nm@4000rpm
Max Power – 45hp@6500rpm
Transmission – 5-speed
Cooling System – Liquid
Front – 41mm telescopic forks
Rear – Twin shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload
Dry/Wet – 198kg/213kg
WHEELS & TYRES
Front Tyre – 100/90-18 Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp
Front Wheel – 36 wire spoke alloy rims 18 x 2.5”
Rear Tyre – 150/70-R17 Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp
Rear Wheel – 36 wire spoke alloy rims 17 x 4.25”
Front – Single 320mm floating disc, Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, ABS
Back – Single 255mm disc, Brembo single-piston floating calliper, ABS
Total Capacity – 12 litres
Fuel Consumption – 70.6 mpg (WMTC)
Wheelbase – 1,425mm
Seat Height – 780mm
Rake – 26.5 degrees
Register your interest
Set to rekindle memories of the past, the new Gold Star is pure and retains the essence of its predecessor. Register your interest today.