Benelli dedicates its new BKXs to young A2 license holders. Two new motorcycles born from the same platform but aimed at a different targets. The first (BKX) is an Adventure model, which long travel suspension (180 mm on each axle) spoked wheels and 19/17-inch wheels, all for a weight of 165 kg in running order and a seat placed at 830 mm from the ground. The second (BKX-S) sits somewhere between a motard and a proper naked. It features 17" light-alloy wheels, a solution that contributes to a weight saving of 5 kg. The seat in this case drops to 800mm from the ground. As mentioned before, the platform is common to the two models. It is the new 300 engine (292.1 cc to be exact) capable of 29.2 hp at 9,000 rpm and 24.5 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. The frame is made of steel tubular trellis while the swingarm manages the monoshock by means of progressive linkage. The Benelli BKX 300 will be on display along with all the brand's other new products in Hall 22, Stand N48.