BSA M20 (1955-61)

The BSA M20 motorcycle was produced between 1955 and 1961. It was a popular model known for its reliability and durability, with many still in use today. The M20 had a 500cc single-cylinder engine and a four-speed gearbox, which made it ideal for long-distance touring. It also had a rigid frame, which provided stability and strength. The M20 had a top speed of around 70 mph and was comfortable to ride on long journeys. Many military versions of the M20 were produced and used in various conflicts around the world, including during World War II. The M20’s robust design and easy maintenance made it a popular choice for military use. The civilian version of the M20 was also popular with motorcycle enthusiasts and is still sought after today by collectors. The M20 had a distinctive vintage look and was well-regarded for its simplicity and reliability. Despite being discontinued in the early 1960s, the M20 remains a beloved classic motorcycle and a testament to BSA’s long history of producing high-quality machines.

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