Designer Bezzi’s BSA 355 sketch is proper tasty!


We like this – but it’s proper pie-in-the-sky stuff.


This is a ‘concept’ design sketch (a bit of wishful thinking, in other words) by motorcycle designer and pretty darn good scribbler, Oberdan Bezzi.

Following the news some time ago that BSA was coming under the financial Pheonix wings of Indian company Mahindra – a partnership that is due to father new models carrying the BSA badge over the next 18 months or so – Bezzi has got his thinking cap on and come up with this design. We like it.

It’s loosely based on the old BSA Victor (pictured below) which was a 441cc single developed from the scramblers of the time and made 30bhp. It was on sale from 1968 to 1970.


What do reckon to Bezzi’s design then? Would it sell? We think that if they made it and for a not-expensive price, BSA would shift thousands of these things.


Tony Carter

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