Benelli 250 Cafe Racer (1975)

The Benelli 250 Cafe Racer is a motorcycle that was produced in 1975. It is powered by a two-stroke, parallel twin engine with a capacity of 231.4 cc and a compression ratio of 10.0:1. The engine is air-cooled and lubricated with petroil in a 20:1 mixture, with induction provided by 2 Dell’Orto VHB carburetors and electronic ignition. The bike has 30 horsepower, a wet multidisc clutch, and 5-speed transmission with a final chain drive. Its frame is double cradle, tubular steel, and the front suspension is telescopic forks while the rear suspension is a swinging arm with double adjustable shocks and concentric springs. The front brakes are 2 x 260 mm discs, and the rear brake is a drum at 156 mm. The bike has a 1310 mm wheelbase and a dry weight of 125 kg. It has a fuel capacity of 11.5 Litres and can reach a top speed of 145 km/h. Overall, the Benelli 250 Cafe Racer is a classic motorcycle that offers a powerful, thrilling ride.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Benelli 250 Caf~A(c) Racer

Year: 1975

Engine: Two stroke, parallel twin
Capacity: 231.4 cc / 14.1 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 56 x 47 mm
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Cooling System: Air cooled
Lubrication: Petroil, 20:1 mixture
Induction: 2 x 26 mm Dell’Orto VHB carburetors
Ignition: Electronic
Starting: Kick start
Max Power: 22.4 kW / 30 hp @ 6800 rpm
Clutch: Wet, multidisc
Transmission: 5 Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Frame: Double cradle, tubular steel
Front Suspension: Telescopic forks

Rear Suspension: Swinging arm with double adjustable shocks and concentric springs
Front Brakes: 2 x 260 mm Discs
Rear Brakes: Drum, 156 mm
Front Tyre: 3.00-18
Rear Tyre: 3.25-18
Wheelbase: 1310 mm / 51.6 in
Dry Weight: 125 kg / 275 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 11.5 Litres / 3.0 US gal
Top Speed: 145 km/h / 90 mph

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