Day: November 26, 2021

BSA To Make Grand Return At U.K.’s Motorcycle Live In December 2021

BSA at Motorcycle Live 2021

BSA at Motorcycle Live 2021

Did they just accidentally give us a peek at the future, though?

Hot on the heels of EICMA 2021 comes the U.K.’s biggest motorcycle show of the year—Motorcycle Live. It runs from December 4 through 12, 2021, at the NEC Birmingham—short for National Exhibit Centre—in England. For anyone wondering when the revived BSA Motorcycles would finally debut its first new model in decades, that location is no coincidence. After all, the brand started life as the Birmingham Small Arms Company, so it’s a fitting way to go back to its roots. 

What can we expect from the new BSA? According to the company’s official announcement, it’s bringing just one new, as-yet-unnamed model to the show. In previous interviews, Mahindra has talked about developing both combustion and at least one electric BSA model in the U.K., where it’s been busy setting up a

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2022 Yamaha MT-10 revealed with extreme looks and performance

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Yamaha has made it clear that it no longer wants anything to do with the automotive industry, but it remains a major player in the world of motorcycles. It funneled the lessons it has learned on the race track into a new version of the MT-10, its stunningly quick sport-naked model, and it made similar updates to the even faster MT-10 SP. Both motorcycles will launch in the United States during the first half of 2022.

“MT” stands for Master of Torque, and the firm explained that the model draws inspiration from a diverse selection of sources. One is what Yamaha refers to as “the dark side of Japan,” meaning the wild designs that emerge from the nation’s motorsport subculture. Another is the YZF-R1, the respected high-performance model that races on tracks around the world. Blending these two elements and ending up

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