Category: Benelli

Lost in Translation: 1977 Benelli Sei 750 for Sale

Everything sounds beautiful and exotic when spoken in French or Italian, especially if you don’t understand the language. I mean, couldn’t Bidet be a luxury water-fountain manufacturer? And don’t Quattroporte and Benelli Sei just roll...

A Perfect Storm: 1975 Benelli Tornado 650S for Sale

A Perfect Storm: 1975 Benelli Tornado 650S for Sale

Built between 1968 and 1976, the Benelli Tornado 650S could be thought of the “Anti-Triumph.” While the basic pushrod 650cc, parallel-twin specifications suggest a bike superficially similar, it is very different in practice. Apparently,...

Nearly New: 1977 Benelli 500 Quattro for Sale

Nearly New: 1977 Benelli 500 Quattro for Sale

1970’s Benellis like this 500 Quattro fill an interesting niche in the vintage biking scene. Produced during the controversial DeTomaso era, when the Argentinian seemed to own just about every struggling exotic nameplate out...

1975 Benelli Quatro

1975 Benelli Quatro

This 1975 Benelli Quattro 4 might not be as Sexy as the Sei 6, but it does still provide you with four cylinders, Italian style and 100+ mph top speed. Not bad, but yes,...

1972 Benelli Tornado 650S for Sale

1972 Benelli Tornado 650S for Sale

While the name Benelli is now more likely associated with firearms outside the vintage biking scene, the company was founded in 1911 by matriarch Teresa as a way to keep her six sons steadily...

1979 Benelli 750 Sei for Sale

1979 Benelli 750 Sei for Sale

Benelli’s six-cylinder Sei, in either 750 or 900cc flavor is a very cool machine. Styling is disappointingly conservative and the handling basically average, but you really buy this bike for the glorious engine: it’s flexible,...

1963 Benelli 175 for Sale

1963 Benelli 175 for Sale

Another small-bore sporting machine from the same seller that brought us the Moto Morini Corsarino, same lack of real detail, same nice photos. These lightweight, economical bikes were designed to fill a similar niche...