Minor changes like the extra padding on the seat, the adjustable handlebar and the revised grips do make a difference in terms of overall rideability. The cushioning on the seat is spot on which means you can spend extended amounts of time travelling without a sore back. At 800mm, it's quite accessible for shorter riders too. What is a bit odd is the slim midsection which doesn’t allow you to grip or control the bike using your legs while going off-road. This basically forces you to use your entire body weight and to counter the weight of the bike while relying on arms to steer which gets quite exhausting after a period of time. I even struggled to get used to the mid-set footpeg position. It just didn’t feel natural for my 5’ 10” frame. I probably would have found it more comfortable if they were mildly rear-set. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -Benelli TRK 502 BS6: Road Test Review.
Both the bikes are good in their forte. BMW G 310 GS has a revised suspension setup that offers a plush ride. Brakes have been improved for much better progression, bite and feel. On the other hand, Benelli TRK 502 features a docile engine that is perfect for those upgrading from small-capacity bikes. It is very comfortable. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -2020 BMW G 310 GS - Real World Test.-Benelli TRK 502 BS6: Road Test Review.
The Benelli TRK 502 seem be tricky propositions. On one hand, they seem to be offering great value; bringing adventure-touring oriented hardware such as beefy, long travel suspension (more so on the X), wire spoke wheels (on the X), great wind protection and relaxed, travel-friendly ergonomics, at very approachable prices.
TRK 502 has 800mm seat height same as Dominar, it's the X version that has 40mm more. But don't you think weight of the bike is too much, for a small built personality like me. Why I'm asking is this, I really like this bike, looking forward to own one, but the weight is concerning me...😒
I am 6 feet and cant really flat foot it. Go for the TRK 502 instead.
I don't think so.most probably you were able to the bike only on the front of toes
Benelli TRK 502 BS6 is powered by a BS6-compliant liquid-cooled 500cc inline twin-cylinder, mated to a 6-speed gearbox that makes 47.5PS and 46Nm. The only electronic aid on the bike is dual-channel ABS. The Benelli TRK 502 rides on 17-inch wheels wrapped in 120/70-section front and 160/60-section rear tyres. Braking is handled by a dual 320mm disc and a single 260mm disc setup. Suspension duties on the TRK 502 ADV are handled by USD forks and a mono-shock with rebound and preload adjustability, with the multi-disc wet clutch but misses out on slipper clutch and quick shifter.
Zigwheels considering you guys are supposedly a kind of authority on Cars n Bikes why do you give FALSE INFORMATION ...???The TRK 502X Comes with Spoke Wheels and a Tyre with TUBE...Kindly Note the TRK 502X is NOT with Tubeless Tyres
502x comes with tube and are not tubeless. Dont give wrong info
(TRK 502 X) I'm a beginner in off-road riding, but the bike is also not the best for off-road. IF you really want to take it off-road, you must change the tyres or when it gets just a little wet, everything gets very hard and if you have a climb on wet surface it's like hell.. The suspension is fine, but since the travel is not too long if you hit very big potholes with speed or when braking you might bottom out. I am 1,75 am and just because of the height I dropped it countless times. On the road it's awesome, on easy off-road sections it's awesome, on tactical off-road sections it might give you hell if you are not too much of an expert and you are not too tall.
I use it only for on road purposes . I use it specially for weekend tour but also ride twice a week to my work place. It is very good and very comfy for long rides. This is the most comfy bike I had. For off road I would not took to mach risks with it...
Long trip is very cool man.. i feel very good with my mate
For this, we'd suggest you please visit the nearest authorized service centre of Benelli as they would be able to assist you with the exact price and availability of the spare parts.Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.