Designed by Benelli you could feel the quality in the smooth power deployment and positive gear shifts as I twisted and turned through the beautiful Lancashire countryside, handling was sharp and quick, it doesnt snatch or bog down in corners if you miss your intended gear, there's ample torque to smooth out through the apex.
After an hour my old bones weren't aching like they have recently more & more. In fact I would go so far as saying it was comfy despite its sporty set up.
Climbing off the bike to take some pictures I couldn't help but be impressed at how it's features slide from one to another seemlessly, an aesthetic quality missing from too many new models that seem to build up the front end but look lacking at the rear, front to back the styling flows. I wished I could see myself through the corners, hopefully I will be able to drag out someone else in a couple of days and film it.
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