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2013 Beta RE 125 4T


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The 2013 Beta RE 125 4T is derived from the Enduro RR 125 and is aimed at the beginning riders that want to learn the secrets of off-road motorcycle on a less intimidating model.

Perhaps it goes without saying that the RE and the RR share the same 125cc, 4 stroke, air cooled, single cylinder engine which is paired with a five speeds transmission with wet multi-disc clutch.

As far as differences are concerned the Beta RE 125 4T comes with a lower seat height rated at 89 cm, street enduro tyres and a unique set of graphics.

The bike weighs only 102 kg and rides on a front hydraulic fork with ø36 mm shaft and a rear monoshock with adjustable spring preload.

The stopping power is handled by front and rear disc brakes (260 mm front and 220 mm rear).

Hit the jump for more information on the Beta RE 125 4T.

Overview

Beta RE 125 4T

The New RE 125 4 T comes from Enduro RR 125 but it is also addressed to the new rider and to women who want a bike with an inviting price, modest consumption and capable of making them safe both on road and in little off roads challenging.

With the RR 125 it shares the reliable 125 4 stroke, 5 speeds engine and most of its balanced cycling. Its main features are the significantly lower seat height (89 cm), the street enduro tyres which increase the driving comfort on asphalt, and its weight (102 kg). The New RE 125 4 t differs from its sister from the new particular designed graphics with white and red colours, black rims and a practical carrier.

Verdict

The Beta RE 125 4T is a fairly capable motorcycle that can deal great with anything you ask of it. Its unique features make it a better choice for those who are searching for a less aggressive dirt bike.

However this doesn’t mean that it doesn’t know how to deal with a dirty track. Its long travel suspensions, the rugged wheels and the lively engine are more than enough to help you deal well with tough roads.

At low speeds, the RE 125 4T is precise and easy to maneuver, yet it still maintains stability when cornering faster or slamming into large obstacles.

Specifications

Engine typeSingle-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled
Bore54,0 mm
Stroke54,0 mm
Displacement124cc
Compression ratio10:1
IgnitionElectronic Moriyama F5HH
Spark plugNGK R CR7 HSA
LubricationForced with pump
FeedingUnleaded gasoline
CarburettorMikuni UCAL 5Nh ø26-38
ClutchWet multi-disc clutch
Primary trasmissionZ. 20/68
Transmission5 speed
Secondary trasmissionZ. 14/54
Engine oilSAE 15W/50
FrameSteel double cradle frame
Wheel base1370 mm
Max length2070 mm
Max width820 mm
Max height1200 mm
Seat height890 mm
Ground clearance292 mm
Footrest height355 mm
Dry weight102 kg
Fuel tank capacity5,7 l.
Reserve1 l.
Front suspensionHydraulic fork with ø36 mm shaft
Rear suspensionMonoshock with adjustable spring preload
Shock absorber stroke52 mm
Front wheel travel240 mm
Rear wheel travel205 mm
Front brakedisc ø260 mm
Rear brakedisc ø220 mm
Front rim21 x 1,6 - 36 holes
Rear rim18 x 1,85 - 36 holes
Front tyre90/90-21 standard homol. 80/90-21
Rear tyre120/80-18 standard homol.120/90-18 or 110/80-18


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