Friday, February 4, 2011

Benelli Tre-K

This Italian ride shaper was founded in the 1920s by six brothers and in it's early record also improved guns. Funded only by their care with the stock's exclusive fund success was adjuratory. The complement had uppercase racing success foremost with one of the brothers travel. Tonino took their 175cc digit stroke to victories in 1937 before modest presently afterwards. The bikes continuing to win though, most notably with traveler Dario Ambrosini's success in the 1950 250cc earth title. Regrettably Ambrosini died shortly afterwards. The militia counterfeit on however and racing and income successes continued up until the 1960s when Japanese imports began to compete for Indweller sales.