BSA C25 (1968-70)

The BSA C25 is a vintage motorcycle that was manufactured from 1968 to 1970. It was a 250cc four-stroke single-cylinder bike that was designed for off-road use. The C25 had a height of 31 inches and an overall length of 80.5 inches, and it weighed around 250 pounds. It had a top speed of 75 mph, and its engine produced 23 hp at 7,500 rpm.

The bike had a 4-speed gearbox and a chain drive, and it was available in two versions: the BSA C25 Starfire and the BSA C25 Barracuda. The Starfire had a more traditional design, while the Barracuda was more modern and sporty. Both versions had front and rear drum brakes, and telescopic forks with hydraulic shocks.

Some of the features that made the BSA C25 unique included its high-mounted exhaust pipe, its narrow gas tank, and its slim profile. It was known to be a reliable and durable bike, and it was popular among off-road riders and enthusiasts.

Today, the BSA C25 is considered a classic motorcycle, and it is highly sought after by collectors and vintage bike enthusiasts. Despite its age, it still performs well and can be used for both on-road and off-road purposes. If you’re looking for a vintage bike with a classic look and feel, the BSA C25 is definitely worth considering.

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