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Claimed as the best Tornado Naked to have ever been produced by the Italian maker, the Sport Evo stands out thanks to its 127.4 horsepower engine and a versatile chassis to back it up. It represents one of the best ways to prove that the naked segment is clearly influenced by such builders and it was well worth taking it for a ride (like that’s ever bothering).

Benelli relies on the Tornado Tre 1130 to define the clear line between a sports bike and an off-road one resulting in an ideal street motorcycle that hates stopping when the pavement ends. There is no wonder people claim it as the best bike ever to be produced by Benelli.

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Relatively new in Benelli’s continuously growing lineup, the Titanium 07 is a true representative of how Italians prefer building their bikes. Light, compact, powerful and filled with attitude, this bike is in for a piece of the action with little features that will draw it back.


Benelli has created the Tornado Tre 1130 model as an exquisite alternative to Japanese and other European motorcycles and it ended up as the most successful and representative model produced by the Italian maker. Ever since its introduction it hasn’t gone through that much changes due to the fact that the first ever was such a big hit, but let’s see what the 2008 model has to offer.

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Benelli’s absolutely brand new naked bikes, the Tornado Naked Tre 899 and the Tornado Naked Tre 899s, are aggressively styled powerful Italian machines created with the clear goal of getting a share of the naked segment which has gained enormous popularity in the past years. By simply taking a look at the SPECS page and at the bikes, you’ll surely reckon these two have all the chances to complete with the purpose of their creation and I won’t contradict you at all.

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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.

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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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Benelli is launching a new international event to promote their brand and motorbikes on the South American stage. Benelli is currently co-operating with the Italian Police, through their association “Motoforpeace”, in their new charity mission aimed at helping the children of Ecuador. Motoforpeace, a sports association composed of the members of the Italian Police, this year has chosen the Tre 1130 K Amazonas as the symbol of their new charity initiative. Benelli and the policemen of (...)
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Two of the most important names in Italian motorcycling, Ducati and Benelli, will return to this year’s International Motorcycle and Scooter Show. Ducati is returning to NEC after a 2 year of absence (previous NEC shows have preceded the Milan Show, which is the preferred venue for showing new models for the first time), as for Benelli this will be the very first time to exhibit at the NEC. Yesterday’s announcements mean that you will be able to see the Ducati 848 and the Benelli Due just (...)
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Benelli DUE 756 was winner of the ’Open Category’. Recently, the members of the Motorcycle Design Association - over 130 designers, design consultancies and in-house design teams - voted for the best motorcycle designs from all of the new models introduced during 2006. The award probably will be delivered on press day at this year’s Paris Mondial du Deux Roues.

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