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752S Available Now
Featuring a modern design with sporty and fascinating lines, 752S is a naked bike capable of captivating at first glance. The tube trellis frame with steel plates envelops the new Benelli 4-stroke 750cc, twin-cylinder, that ensure absolute fun on the road.
BENELLI CLAIMS VICTORY. AGAIN.
the 2020 BikeSales “Bike of the Year” Awards (BOTY) recognises excellence across 11 separate motorcycle categories, and for the second year in a row, Benelli has just taken out the top spot in two categories.
Bike Sales Bike of the Year Awards 2019
Benelli are super stoked to have won 2 out of the 11 categories in the prestigious BIKESALES.COM.AU ‘Bike of the Year’ awards for 2019, Benelli 502C picked up the award for Best LAMS Cruiser and the TRK502 took out Best LAMS Adventure Sport for the second year in a row. To find out more about Bike Sales 2019 BOTY visit www.bikesales.com.au
Benelli 502C Review, by Bike Sales
Benelli continues to impress with its middleweight offerings, and the 502C cruiser is yet another example of how it’s getting things right. The launch route encapsulated a typical Benelli 502C ‘day out’ – some city work and then a stroll into more open terrain. And if you fuel up before you leave – it has a huge 21-litre tank – your outing can literally last all day!
Benelli TNT 135 Review, by AMCN
YOU’RE PROBABLY WONDERING what the point is. Benelli had a perfectly good little-big-bike in its TnT 125 (AMCN Vol 67 No 09). Perfectly good in that not only did it boast many superior specs over its Honda Grom and Kawasaki Z125 Pro rivals, it was less expensive, too. How then, just 18 months later, does a savvy distributor like Urban Moto Imports justify the added marketing costs and ADR hoop jumping associated with introducing what is essentially the same bike to market, just with10 extra cubes?
Runner-Up AMCN Motorcycle of the Year
The mighty Lion of Pesaro took on the best-of-the-best and finished only just behind a bike worth almost 5 times its cost! “Finishing second to the Ducati Panigale V4 is nothing to be ashamed of, and for Benelli’s little bike that could, the Leoncino 500, it could almost be considered a win.