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2009 Benelli Tre-K 899
2009 Benelli Tre-K 899

2009 Benelli Tre-K 899
2009 Benelli Tre-K 899

2009 Benelli Tre-K 899
2009 Benelli Tre-K 899

2009 Benelli Tre-K 899
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– 2009 Benelli Tre-K 899

2009 Benelli Tre-K 899

Benelli Tre-K 1130 K now has a smaller sibling – the Tre-K 899. The new bike is powered by Benelli’s 898cc, three-cylinder engine. As at home off road as it is on road. The Tre-K 899 provides agility and ability in abundance giving the rider total confidence and maximum enjoyment


The Project

“Outside the known limits…”
A fully new bike for a new way of ride from the research and development dept. A new product for exclusive adventures.

The frame is designed to resist every shock in any situation. An easy ride and sensitivity to reactions were the targets of Benelli’s technicians during the project. New geometry for new adventures.

The new position of the radiator allows high thermal exchanges at low speed and during off road use. All made to improve reliability. The new frame is suited to the new requirements. The new shape guarantees an easy ride and a ride neutrality, both being unique features for a bike in this class.

The rear end is designed to guarantee the best stability and the easiest way to ride without loosing comfort or suspension reaction. The TRE 1130 K is safe to ride in any conditions.




2009 Benelli Tre-K 899 – USA Specifications

Model may not be available in the USA. Stay tuned.



2009 Benelli Tre-K 899 – Canada Specifications

Model may not be available in Canada. Stay tuned.



2009 Benelli Tre-K 899 – UK Specifications

Engine 4 stroke, 3 cylinders in line, tilted forwards 15°, fitted with anti-vibration countershaft
Bore X Stroke 88 x 49.2 mm
Engine Displacement 898 cc
Cooling System Liquid cooled
Oil Cooling System Water-oil heat exchanger
Distribution Chain driven double head cam shaft with 4 valves per cylinder
Lubrication Wet sump
Max Power/rpm 79.4 kW at 9000 rpm
Max Torque/rpm 88 Nm at 7500 rpm
Caburation Electronic injection with 1 injector per cylinder
Ignition Single coil inductive discharge electronic ignition
Clutch Wet clutch
Gearbox 6-speed extractable
Transmission Straight toothed primary gear, chain driven secondary
Frame Mixed solution. Front: ASD steel tube trellis,
fastened to boxed rear section, aluminium alloy castings Subframe: aluminium die-cast
Suspension Front: Marzocchi 50 mm diameter “upside down” fork Rear: ASD steel tube trellis swingarm with
Extreme Technology single shock absorber with
adjustable rebound and spring pre-load
Wheels Die-cast aluminium alloy front 3.5”x17”, rear 6.00”x17”
Tyres Tubeless, radial;
Front 120/70 x 17”
Rear 180/55 x 17”
Brakes Brembo;
Front: twin floating disk, 320 mm diameter, with
4 piston caliper;
Rear: single disk, with twin piston caliper
Wheelbase 1514 mm
Dimension 2183 x 1320 x 850 mm (L x H x W)
Seat Height 840 mm
Dry Weight 215 kg


Benelli Q.J. and/or MotoGB reserves the right to change technical specifications, equipment,
set ups, and colours without prior notice


Triumph 2009 Benelli Tre-K 899 Media/Press Release(s):

2009 Street Triple R

Following on from the phenomenally successful Street Triple, Triumph is
introducing a new, higher-specification version for 2009 – the Street Triple R.
With the Street Triple already regarded as the class-leading middleweight
streetfighter, the ‘R’ version takes the standard bike and adds race track
technology. Fully-adjustable 41mm upside down forks and a top-spec rear
monoshock unit with piggy back reservoir deliver sublime handling, while radiallymounted
four piston calipers grab the twin 308mm brake discs and ensure the
Street Triple R stops as well as it goes.

At the heart of Street Triple R is the Street Triple’s highly-acclaimed fuel-injected
675cc three-cylinder unit, producing 108PS at 11,700rpm, while its fully
adjustable sports suspension and powerful four-piston radial brakes are derived
from the award-winning, 2008 Daytona 675. The new Street Triple R has been
designed to rival traditional supersport machines with its superlative handling and
stunning stopping power, while offering the comfort and attitude of a
streetfighter. The sporty feel is completed with wide, tapered aluminium
handlebars from Magura and a 5mm taller seat height that puts the Street Triple
R rider in the perfect position to attack the twisty stuff or cut its way through the
urban jungle.

Completing the Street Triple R’s distinctive look are two all-new exclusive colour
schemes: Matt Graphite with orange graphics and Matt Blazing Orange with grey
graphics (the latter will be available from January 2009). Both colour options are
further enhanced by black anodised forks and a two-tone black and graphite seat.
The new Street Triple R will be available in September and priced at £6,099*.

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