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1970 BSA Lightning

1970 BSA Lightning Pictures

A rider now had a place to hold, thanks to the grab rail.
A rider now had a place to hold, thanks to the grab rail.

The 1970 BSA Lightning gained an eight-inch, twin-leading-shoe front brake with a racing-style air scoop on the right side. Also new was the passenger grab rail that surrounded the rear section of the seat.

The BSA's simple gauges bespoke a simplier era.
The BSA's simple gauges bespoke a simplier era.
The BSA brand would last just three more years.
The BSA brand would last just three more years.
This was the last of BSA's under-seat oil tanks.
This was the last of BSA's under-seat oil tanks.

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