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Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Seeing roundtank BSA classic motorcycle

When viewed from the looks, it's indeed a British motorcycle named BSA Roundtank is old. The design is simple, which is only dominated by old metal frame without any parts made of plastic material.
1925 BSA Model B25 'Round Tank' 250cc one of the oldest motorcycle owned by Museum Angkut, Malang. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Mmdk0C)
Remarkably, the figure of a classic motorcycle that now belongs to the Museum Angkut in Malang, despite being very old, this motorbike is still well maintained in original condition without ever being restored since it was taken over by the museum in 2012.

"These are all original, this motorbike is the only one that we've locally got in Indonesia. We bought it from someone in Sumatra, at that time the engine condition was still good and could be run," said Yokka Rhismadora, a representative of the Museum Angkut in an interview while participating in the 2015 IIMS event.

This classic motorcycle performance system which has an engine capacity of around 250 cc and far away from being an automatic word. It is designed to be used as a soldier vehicle during the 1st World War. All motion system mechanisms are operated manually and conventionally.
Ranging from starting up its engine with the ankle, the gas grip that is still played with an iron lever next to the handle, gearshift with the gear lever, to the side oil pump that must be diligently pumped manually every few hundred meters of usage.

Even more unique, the oldest British roundtank motorcycle owned by the Malang-based museum still use the headights with the wick and oil as a lighting system like a petromax lamp. Wanna see the motorcycle just come to the Museum Angkut in Malang!
Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops..... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ]
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