Benelli BX

Benelli BX

Posted on by Sulthoni

Benelli launched the new Motard 250, a rugged dirt bike especially designed for young riders. The bike is lightweight, has good handling and is also offered at a pretty reasonable price - tag three attributes that make it a pretty interesting proposition.

Power comes from a compact single-cylinder engine with electronic fuel injection and timing system with overhead, double camshaft and 4 valves. The engine delivers a maximum power of 25 HP (18 kW) at 9000 rpm, and 21 Nm (2.1 kgm) of torque at 7000 rpm. Other technical highlights include a six speed transmission, wet sump lubrication and oil bath clutch.

The bike features a pretty ergonomic design, with a compact tank, simple fairing and an aggressive mudguard. Out back, there is a sleek tail that houses a small tail light unit and the high exhaust end piece.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Benelli BX 250 Motard.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

Benelli long intended to join everybody else out on the trails and 2008 couldn’t have been a better time for such an introduction as the all-new BX 505 Enduro. Practically a BX 449 Cross with a bigger and retuned engine, this ride is more adequate for hard off-road exploitation and for riders who have experienced motocross riding and who feel like taking the best of it in the woods.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

Usually, Benelli models didn’t impress people that much due to the poor finishing touches and the considered anemic engines, but with the 2008 model range we reckon that things are taking a dramatic change for the best. A great example is the brand-new Benelli BX 449 Cross, a bike that situates among Europe’s greatest dirt track machines.


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