Benelli V-Twin Adventure Bike Revealed In Design Patents

New plans recorded by Benelli's parent organization Qianjiang in China uncovers another v-twin experience bicycle, that could be presented in Benelli's line-up. 

Most recent plan licenses documented by China's Qianjiang Group uncover another fair size experience bicycle with a 650 cc v-twin motor. With Qianjiang's Chinese image QJMotor and Benelli sharing body and motor innovation, the new 650 cc experience bicycle could be the following huge thing from the Chinese producer, and could well be presented under both Benelli and QJMotor names. The new machine is relied upon to be controlled by another 650 cc v-twin motor that is totally new, and not at all like some other motor stage shared by the two brands. 


  • New 650 cc experience bicycle to include another v-twin motor 
  • New plan looks lean, and components tubeless tires on wire-talked wheels 
  • New 650 cc adv is probably going to be a street situated experience professional bicycle 

The motor is by all accounts a 650 cc v-twin unit, which is probably going to make around 70 bhp. 

Benelli and QJMotor as of now share similar 500 cc and 750 cc equal twin motors, and furthermore have a 600 cc four-chamber motor really taking shape. In any case, the bicycle displayed in the plan filings seem to have a 650 cc v-twin, with yield in the scope of around 70 bhp, and causing this bicycle to rival any semblance of the Suzuki V-Strom 650 and the Yamaha Tenere 700. Be that as it may, in contrast to those two bicycles, the Benelli configuration is by all accounts for more street going experiences than accompany valid rough terrain capacity. All things considered, the Benelli TRK 502 has been very fruitful, and even it's anything but a no-nonsense rough terrain fit model. 

The new 650 cc v-twin experience bicycle has a serious pleasant looking plan, yet it will be a street situated experience bicycle, instead of a far and away rough terrain competent experience bicycle. 

The plan is very ideal to take a gander at, and a reasonable takeoff from the average "snout" that most experience bicycles appear to follow, including the TRK 502. The nose has a solitary front lamp with what gives off an impression of being extra running lights flanking it. The cylindrical steel lattice outline appears something which is utilized by current Benelli models, albeit this one might be all-new, and the bicycle seems to run on street going tubeless tires mounted on wire-talked wheels, with what is by all accounts a 19-inch front and 17-inch back blend. 

Up until this point however, there's no genuine affirmation of a creation timetable, yet passing by the thing is being displayed, another moderate size experience bicycle unquestionably is by all accounts coming. What's more, it will be situated against any semblance of the Kawasaki Versys 650, and the forthcoming Triumph Tiger 660 Sport than the more rough terrain skilled Tenere 700 and the V-Strom 650. 

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