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SSR Motorsports, Benelli USA to Release New Products at AIMExpo Presented by Nationwide

The goal of SSR Motorsports for AIMExpo is to showcase the best of value driven new products, with the goal of building the bikes chosen by the next generation of riders.

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SSR Motorsports / Benelli USA is pleased to announce its participation in the American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide, the powersports industry’s largest trade and consumer show in North America, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas on Oct. 11-14. SSR Motorsports / Benelli USA will be showcasing the Benelli TNT family, including the TNT 600, TNT 300 and the award-winning TNT 135; winner of motorcycle.com’s top five under $5K.

The show’s format allows SSR Motorsports / Benelli USA to unveil products to both trade and consumer attendees all in one place, at one time. There will also be demo rides offered on both stock and modified TNT 135s, stock and modified TNT 300s, TNT 600s, Caffeneros and Zafferanos scooters, the Buccaneer twins and the Razkull 125 at AIMEXPO Outdoors!

From the first show in 2013 and onward, the goal of SSR Motorsports for AIMExpo has not changed; to showcase the best of value driven new products, with the goal of building the bikes chosen by the next generation of riders.

“AIMExpo’s first west coast show is a unique opportunity to give dealers who have not traveled to prior east coast or midwest shows a chance to meet our staff, to see and to demo our vehicles” said Mel Harris, vice president of operations. “The industry is changing, the top selling units of the next few years will be the smaller, lighter, value driven motorcycles that attract new riders. The core competency of SSR and Benelli is making vehicles like these. We’re really excited to share with dealers the vehicles they need to attract new buyers.”

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