BSA A65 custom by The Factory Metal Works — Moto Rivista

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BSA A65 custom

The Factory Metal is a custom sanctuary for old school It’s a place where the infuses with the present, and like this 1968 BSA A65 becomes an icon for passion and

At Moto Rivista we are big fans of the of Lucas Joyner of The Factory Works. Previously we have this Custom Triumph 650 for star Ryan Reynolds and a Triumph T100 for rocker Walker. Both bikes their old school appearance yet a touch of The Factory Works craftsmanship.

The feature of the day is a 1968 BSA A65 dubbed for obvious reasons! Also as the bad luck beeza by Guy from Kulture magazine.

According to “This build started off for a over 2 years ago, the sits on the first full BSA that we at The Factory Metal ever made. It has 27 degrees of and a 5 inch rear stretch 3 inches of axle drop”.

The duplex style down mirrors a stock BSA frame the custom molding on the side of the tubes, which also it apart. The 1968 BSA A65 motor dual carb head Amal 930 s carburetor. The Factory Works  also made a chromed oil tank and a hand chrome rear chain

This BSA A65 custom also a custom molding Wassell tank. At the front this BSA A65 has a narrow drag bar with style headlight and a 21-inch spool front wheel. rear houses a 18 inch with triumph hub, modification is a black tuck with vintage chrome


On this BSA A65 custom my personal has to be the frame and the earache style rippled drag pipes I believe would sound

According to Lucas “ This was ready to go to chrome and paint, the stuff was completed well at we thought it was. We sent the off to the painter, including the frame half of the springer pegs, and so on. A so called friend in Arizona was to paint the bike and have it in 3 weeks.

Well 3 months passed and he me the bike was done and shipped to us, but we never saw the bike or heard the unprofessional painter again.

The was growing angry and backed out of the due to not knowing what was going to of it and we didn’t blame him. So the weekend my crew and I decided to all the missing items so the bike finally be completed. After a journey this still to is one of the nicest BSA customs you will

Phew, now its easy to understand why BSA A65 custom got the name earache and bad beeza! It’s great to see The Metal Works have this build and given old BSA the craftsmanship and new life it deserved. beautiful custom craft is up for at The Factory Metal Works, Lucas for more information.


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