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A65 Lightning


1972 BSA A65 Lightning bobber

Posted on February 19, 2013 by Scott in Bobber. 46 comments

By guest writer Ian Lee.

Everyone should have a hobby. Something removed from everyday employment in order to keep one’s sanity. Today’s feature bike is a result of keeping work and play separate, of escapism of the best kind, that of custom motorcycle building. A civil engineer by trade, Aaron Rubio’s true passion is building and riding custom bikes, which he tries his hardest to be able to do at least once a week. Recent comments about a BSA and electrical wiring prompted Aaron to send pics of his 1972 BSA A65 Lightning bobber into Pipeburn, to show solidarity in not having every little aspect of your bike perfectly tucked away and looking neat. In Aaron’s own words “I do believe clean wiring has it’s place, but exposed wiring helps define the soul of a bike”. True, and we love this bike for all it’s touches, exposed wiring and all.


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