The BSA G14T was a British motorcycle produced from 1927 to 1940. It was equipped with a 988cc V-twin engine that delivered 18 horsepower. The engine was a T-Head design with a four-speed transmission that allowed speeds of up to 75 miles per hour.
The G14T was known for its superior handling and comfortable ride, thanks to its advanced suspension system featuring a girder fork front suspension and plunger rear suspension. The bike also featured a comfortable dual seat and roomy foot pegs.
This motorcycle was a popular choice for long-distance riders and touring due to its reliability and durability. It had a range of over 200 miles and was known for being easy to maintain.
The G14T’s production was paused in 1939 due to the outbreak of World War II, and it never resumed after the war. Despite this, the motorcycle remains highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.
The BSA G14T’s legacy continues to live on, with many still existing and regularly ridden today. Its unique design and engineering innovations make it an iconic example of British motorcycle manufacturing.
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