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BSA B50T Victor Trail

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1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red

The BSA B50T Victor Trail is a 500cc, twin cylinder, four stroke, dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured by BSA from 1971 through 1972.

Description

The BSA B50T was an attempt by BSA to create an Enduro-styled motorcycle along the lines of a variety of Japanese bikes such as the Kawasaki F5 and the overall appearance looked strikingly like a Honda SL175 only with the larger engine.

The B50T had satisfactory front fork travel, good fender clearance but the large vertical 500cc engine did not provide for enough ground clearance. It had a raised and tucked away exhaust system, and cooled front drum brakes. Its brother was the BSA B50MX.

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1971

1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red
1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red
1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red
1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red
1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red
1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red
1971 BSA B50T Victor Trail in Silver/Black/Red



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