The Benelli BKX 250 and Benelli BKX 250 S, two new, middleweight adventure motorcycles, are about to go on sale and will likely hit the trails very soon.
The new Benelli mid-weight ADV bikes appears tough and functional. It also has an upswept exhaust, a single-piece seat, sculpted fuel tank with huge shrouds, and LED lighting. In addition, the BKX 250 receives handlebar guards for additional safety.
It is powered by a single-cylinder, 249cc engine with an output of 26 horsepower and 21 nm. It is housed in a steel tubular frame and connected to a six-speed gearbox. The new quarter-liter offering from Benelli comes with an LCD and a USB charging connector.
A connected rear shock and USD front forks make up the hardware combination. The Benelli BKX 250's braking system consists of a 280mm front & a 240mm rear single disc with ABS. It has 17-inch spoked wheels with multipurpose tyres on them.
The BKX 250 will likely be introduced by Benelli on the overseas market first. Additionally, the KTM 250 Adventure, BMW G 310 GS, and Royal Enfield Himalayan will be competitors of the BKX in India.