Benelli Cruiser 502
With aggressive lines and an eccentric spirit, 502C is the new urban cruiser from the Company of the Leoncino, designed for those who love to stand out with style and elegance on the city streets riding a bold, modern bike. A revolution at Benelli, as it inaugurates its new cruiser line, offering a naked with a strong personality and contemporary design thanks to footpegs shifted forward, as required by custom tradition, comfortable and spacious seat with a height of 750 mm from the ground and a LED headlight assembly featuring an authentic and original design. Like other models of the range (Leoncino and TRK), 502C features the well established in-line four-stroke twin cylinder, liquid cooled engine with four valves per cylinder and double overhead camshaft, offering a smooth and extremely pleasant power delivery for optimum fuel consumption. Its maximum power is 47.6 hp (35 kW) at 8500 rpm, with torque of 46 Nm at 6000 rpm. The bike has a wet multiplate clutch, 6 speed gearbox, electronic injection with double throttle body measuring 37 mm in diameter. The tube trellis frame with steel plates emphasises the cruiser spirit of this new motorcycle and ensures maximum agility and control. The suspensions on the front consist in an upside-down fork with 41 mm legs and 135 mm travel, and on the back a swinging arm with central monoshock featuring adjustable spring preload and a travel of 50 mm. The braking system on the front end consists in double semi-floating 280 mm diameter discs, and the back end a 240 mm disc, with 4-piston callipers on the front and a double piston on the back. The 17" aluminium alloy rims mount 120/70-R17 and 160/60-R17 tyres. The tank has a capacity of 21,5 litres, guaranteeing many kilometres of autonomy. The TFT display offers two modes, with automatic change day/night mode, for perfect reading in all conditions. the bike also offers adjustable footrests, for every type of rider. 502C is available in Black, Red and Blue colour.
Bike delivery starts at a base rate of £50 upwards and depends on distance which will be calculated at time of delivery.