2014 Beta RE 125 4T

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The Beta RE 124 4T received a small makeover and comes with new plastics, a revised frame with double cradle split above exhaust system and a new wheel base and steering angle.

In its off road adventures, the Beta RE 125 4T is helped by a front Hydraulic Fork With Ø37 Mm Shaft and an adjustable rear suspension with two different upper fixing points of the shock in order to adjust the seat height.

Moreover, both the RR and RE versions are equipped with a new digital instrument which features a large display and an efficient background illumination.

The bike is powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled engine with a displacement of 124cc.

Other features that worth to be mentioned include double seat and passenger footrests, front and rear disc brakes and a 6.0 liter fuel tank.

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


Beta RE 125 4T

New look for the 125cc aircooled models of the Beta range

The look of the RR Enduro 4t 125cc and RE 125cc has got a complete redesign. Now plastics were adapted from the 50 cc models which had been introduced in MY 2012. Frame and suspension on the other hand remain exclusive for the use with a 125 engine.

2014 Beta RE 125 4T Key Features:

• Adjustable rear suspension with two different upper fixing points of the shock in order to adjust the seat height.
• Frame with double cradle split above exhaust system;
• New frame’s geometry: new wheelbase and steering angle to improve handling and riding precision.

And in addition, also RR and RE are equipped with the new digital instrument, which characterizes the whole Enduro range. The large display and the efficient background illumination deliver all required info during each kind of riding conditions.
The new rubber carb manifold instead of an alloy one separates carburation from engine temperature and vibrations.
The new bikes are equipped with double seat and passenger footrests.
Both are powered by a 4 stroke single cylinder engine with 5 speed gearbox, which allows fluent riding at low consumption level (4 l. / 100 km).

The new models are the right choice for off road beginners or driving license newbees, as excellent and balanced handling together with an engine with good low end power create the necessary confidence. Of course both models are perfectly suitable to a day to day use.

RE 125cc

This is the value for money option. More focused on day to day use and therefore equipped with hybrid tyres, a luggage rack and a reduced seat height. Robust components like a 37 mm central axle fork and steel rims underline the economic approach.


Engine TypeSingle-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled
Compression ratio10:1
Bore54,0 mm
Stroke54,0 mm
IgnitionElectronic Moriyama F5HH
LubricationForced with pump
FeedingUnleaded gasoline
CarburettorPTK ф20
ClutchWet multi-disc clutch
Primary trasmissionZ. 20/68
Transmission5 speed
Secondary trasmissionZ. 14/54
Engine oilSAE 15W/50
Framesteel double cradle frame
Wheel base1385 mm
Max length2110 mm
Max width800 mm
Max height1135 mm
Seat height895 mm
Ground clearance275 mm
Footrest height345 mm
Dry weight98,5 kg
Fuel tank capacity6,0 l.
Reserve1 l.
Front suspensionHydraulic fork with ø37 mm shaft
Rear suspensionMonoshock with adjustable spring preload
Shock absorber stroke50 mm
Front wheel travel192 mm
Rear wheel travel235 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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