£5999 On The Road price for this 2021 TRK 502 X (Latest 2021 Models)
The new 2021 version is improved to the very latest Euro5 emission standards too. The result of a series of technical and aesthetic interventions introduced to improve handling, enjoyment and overall look. A motorcycle with remodelled details, important updates and evolutions, starting with the new graphics and the new texture of the plastics used to bestow even more character on the TRK 502 X, highlighting its globetrotter spirit. The handlebar switchgear have a total makeover and are now backlit, whilst the rear-view mirrors boast a new design together with the TRK logo, as well as the new hand grips. The newly shaped handlebar is now adjustable to allow each rider to achieve their best riding position, as well as the clutch lever which is also adjustable. It also features a new rear pannier rack made of aluminium alloy boasting a new more eye-catching and ergonomic design. The new seat completes the restyling, now more comfortable and spacious, offering maximum comfort to both rider and passenger, and revised finishes which exceed the latest quality standards. The TRK 502 X shares with the road version the solid and sturdy 2-cylinder in-line engine, with liquid cooling and a double-overhead camshaft, which, when combined with such a stylish chassis, makes this bike both captivating and easy to handle. Maximum engine power is 47.6 hp (35 kW) at 8500 rpm and maximum torque is equal to 46 Nm at 6000 rpm. It has wet-sump lubrication, wet multiplate clutch, and six-speed gearbox with final chain drive. The trellis frame with steel plates provides a guarantee of reliability regardless of conditions. Designed to effortlessly handle off-road riding, the TRK 502 X has a suspension setting consisting of an upside-down fork with 50 mm legs at the front with a 140 mm travel and, at the rear, a swinging arm with a central monoshock featuring adjustable hydraulic rebound and compression damping and spring preload (62mm travel) to absorb the shock on the most uneven road surfaces with maximum ease. TRK 502 X also features a refined stylish exhaust fitted in a higher position compared to the road version of the TRK 502, to tackle even the most uneven road surfaces without a single hitch. The engine guard comes standard. The braking system also boasts a 320 mm diameter double disc with 2-piston floating callipers at the front, and a 260 mm diameter disc at the rear providing a powerful, modulated and well-balanced braking performance. The aluminium alloy 19” spoke rims mounted on the front and the 17" at the rear are fitted with 110/80 and 150/70 tyres, guaranteeing superior levels of safety even in the most difficult situations. The tank capacity is about 20 litres. As standard, TRK 502 X features a large headlight fairing that guarantees maximum protection and a central stand. TRK 502 X is available in Yellow, White, Blue and Grey.
Benelli TRK 502 X Euro 5
Benelli's TRK 502 X is always in the mood no matter what two-wheeled adventures you have in mind. Designed to conquer riding conditions known to man or motorcycle, the TRK 502 X charges into dirt, sand, and tarmac with equal abandon. Sporting higher ground clearance and more off-road-centric wheels and tires to go along with the same powerful liquid-cooled 500cc twin-cylinder engine featured on the base model TRK, the 'X' dares you to cross the line and fearlessly journey to parts unknown.
Benelli TRK 502 X Motorcycle Review - Adventure Bike Rider
Julain Challis went exploring through Italy to see whether or not Benelli can break into the adventure bike market, with the new Benelli TRK 502 X. Here's how he got on…
It's a big ask. For a tiny company like Benelli to break into the lucrative adventure bike market from its factory in the hills of rural Italy, it seems unlikely but carving the new TRK 502 X through the sweeping hairpins and fast back roads around Rossi's hometown of Tavullia, it doesn’t seem out of the question.
The bike is genuinely grin inducing and unexpectedly fun to ride and as I chase after the appropriately named Lorenzo, my guide for the day, I'm pretty hooked on the Benelli.
Now for all you more informed readers, there are a couple of slight inaccuracies within the opening paragraph. First off, the TRK 502 X may be a new production model, but it's based on an existing bike within the range, the TRK 502 launched last year. For 2018, Benelli has decided to wave the off-road wand very lightly over the more road-based model to create the X version.
The changes are not that massive, but the addition of wire spoked wheels, a higher-level exhaust, tweaked suspension, a centre stand and some new graphics make the 502 X suitably different to its older sibling, even if the 19/17 wheel combination indicate that not that much off-roading is actually anticipated – much the same as most of the adventure sector then…