The BSA Hornet (and the 500cc BSA Wasp) were developed by BSA in 1964 as purpose built off road and 'desert racer' motorcycles in response to demand from the US market for a 'stripped down' BSA Lightning with more power. Although they could be used on public roads, BSA Hornets were supplied without headlights or indicators, with 'straight through' raised exhaust pipes and twin carburettors.
BSA Hornet Replica
The BSA Hornet was an export only version of the A65 in the style of a street scrambler, this is a very faithful replica with a few minor tweaks to make more practical for normal use.
BSA A65 Hornet Scrambler
BSA A65 Hornet
Originally was build by bsa for the American market.