With its agile stance, lively engine and long travel suspensions, the 2013 Beta RR Enduro 4T 125 is able to deal effortless with anything you ask of it. This model draws inspiration from its bigger 4 stroke siblings and features the same aggressive style and sporty character.
At its heart lies a single-cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled engine with a displacement of 124 cc. The engine is fed by a 5.7 liters fuel tank and sends its power to the ground through a five speeds transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch. In terms of efficiency, the engine rewards you with a fuel consumption of about 4 lt. / 100 km.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a well balanced steel double cradle frame which sits on a front hydraulic fork and a rear monoshock with adjustable spring preload.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Beta RR Enduro 4T 125.
Inspired by its “4-stroke elder sisters”, this new bike takes their aggressive design, even the “official” and dynamic fluo red of the plastic parts. Moved by a 4-stroke engine, 5 speed, characterized by low fuel consumption (about 4 lt. / 100 km) and a smooth power supply, this new enduro bike has all the necessary requirements to become the suitable vehicle for everyone who wants to start riding an enduro and for every young rider owning a driver’s licence too: a remarkable feeling of handiness and an excellent drive control perceivable always and everywhere. A well-balanced frame part and reduced weights complete the offer.
2013 Beta RR 125 4-stroke is supplied of a digital and versatile dashboard, aluminium rims, redesigned and robust hubs and an extremely-performing exhaust system (in keeping with euro2 provisions).
The Beta RR Enduro 4T 125 is a pretty agile motorcycle that certainly deserves your full attention. It is true that is not as technologically advanced as its Japanese siblings, but this doesn’t mean that is less capable when it comes to off road riding.
Its 125 cc unit is one of the toughest in the segment and develops a strong low end torque that gives you enough punch to deal with any type of tracks with poise.
It is also pretty easy to handle, because it was especially designed for the “not-so-experienced” riders, being great for learning the “secret” skills of enduro motorcycles.
As far as prices are concerned, the 4T 125 is also a bit cheaper than you’re regular 125 cc model.
|Engine type||Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled|
|Ignition||Electronic Moriyama F5HH|
|Spark plug||NGK R CR7 HSA|
|Lubrication||Forced with pump|
|Carburettor||Mikuni UCAL 5Nh ø26-38|
|Clutch||Wet multi-disc clutch|
|Primary trasmission||Z. 20/68|
|Secondary trasmission||Z. 14/54|
|Engine oil||SAE 15W/50|
|Frame||steel double cradle frame|
|Wheel base||1370 mm|
|Max length||2070 mm|
|Max width||820 mm|
|Max height||1215 mm|
|Seat height||933 mm|
|Ground clearance||335 mm|
|Footrest height||398 mm|
|Dry weight||103 kg|
|Fuel tank capacity||5,7 l.|
|Front suspension||Hydraulic fork with ø41 mm shaft|
|Rear suspension||Monoshock with adjustable spring preload|
|Shock absorber stroke||52 mm|
|Front wheel travel||250 mm|
|Rear wheel travel||205 mm|
|Front brake||disc ø260 mm|
|Rear brake||disc ø220 mm|
|Front rim||21 x 1,6 - 36 holes|
|Rear rim||18 x 1,85 - 36 holes|
|Front tyre||90/90-21 standard homol. 80/90-21|
|Rear tyre||120/90-18 standard homol.120/80-18 or 110/80-18|