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Meet the 2014 version of the Beta EVO 4T 250. The new motorcycle comes with a fresh style, featuring a black and white paint job combined with red details.

Designed and built in Italy, the Beta EVO 4T 250 was created with agility in mind. Therefore it comes with a modern technical pedigree which helps it deal great with anything you ask of it.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a new aluminum frame which houses a 249.6cc single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled engine. The unit breaths through a Mikuni CV carburetor and is mated to a five speed transmission with wet-multidisc clutch.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle weighs only 156.5 Lbs. (dry) and if fueled by a 75 US Gallons fuel tank.

The motorcycle is offered with a base price of $7,999.

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The Beta Minicross R 12 is a small motorcycle aimed at the kids (aged 8/12) that want to learn the skills of off road ridding at a small age.

The bike was carefully created to help the small rider learn safely how to deal with tight curves, high jumps and difficult tracks and offers a fun riding experience mixed with an intelligent chassis and a lively engine.

Talking about the engine, the Beta Minicros R12 is powered by a single-cylinder, 2-stroke, air cooled engine with lamellar induction in the crankcase. The engine sends its power to the rear wheel through a single speed transmission and is linked to a 2 liters fuel tank.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by a set of drum brakes while the ride quality is assured by a solid Ø 30 mm front fork and a rear shock absorber.

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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).

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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.

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The Beta RR 4T Racing 350 is a special version of the RR Enduro aimed as those who want a more race oriented model.

The company says that these models “are the replica of the bikes used by Luis Correia, Robert Kvarnstrom and the other Beta Factory Team riders in the Enduro World Championship and in the major National and International events.”

The motorcycle is built on a molybdenum steel frame with double cradle split above the exhaust port. The frame sits on a front Marzocchi Shiver 48mm closed-cartridge fork and a rear monoshock with progressive compound lever.

The Beta RR 4T Racing 350 is powered by a 350 cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine which is combined with a six speed transmission.

To be able to tackle even the toughest terrains without baking down, the Beta RR 4T Racing 350 needed a set of rugged tyres. Therefore it comes with 90/90 – 21 front and 140/80 -18 rear tyres.

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The Beta RR 2T Racing 300 is a special version of the RR 2T 300 and comes with a slightly racier pedigree.

The RR Racing chassis comes with a front Marzocchi Shiver 48mm closed-cartridge fork paired with a rear monoshock with progressive compound lever. Its frame is made of Molybdenum steel with double cradle split above the exhaust port and power comes from a 293,1 cc, single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled engine.

Other features offered by the Beta RR 2T Racing 300 include Black triple clamps, aluminium-mounted plastic hand guards, aluminium foot pegs, gripper seat and racing graphics.

The bike weighs only 104 kg and is fitted with front and rear wave disc brakes. It is also worthy of being mentioned that its rims are shod in grippy 90/90 – 21 front and 140/80 -18 rear tyres.

The RR 4T RACING 2013 is available in limited edition since the mid of February 2013.

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Beta decided to upgrade its EE 4T 350 for the year 2013. The new bike comes with a fresh design language as well as a comprehensive list of technical improvements.

One of the main concerns of the company’s technicians was make their 2013 model lighter than the previous one. Thanks to their efforts, the 2013 RR 4T 350 has a dry weight of only 113,0 kg which makes it one of the lightest motorcycles in its class.

In terms of power, the RR 4T 350 is propelled by a single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with a displacement of 349,1cc. The company’s technicians have also improved the 2013 engine to make it more reliable and capable than the previous unit.

The engine is linked to an 8 liters fuel tank and sends its power to the ground though a 6 speed transmission.

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Meet the Beta Alp 4.0, a versatile motorcycle powered by a 349 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled, S.O.H.C. engine.

The engine is married to a six speed transmission with wet, multi0disc clutch and comes with a fresh exhaust system for 2013.

Other modifications made for 2013 include new plastics with a modern design, a more efficient headlamp and two new paint-and-graphics schemes, namely White Pearl and Red.

The motorcycle is built on a solid steel chassis and features front Hydraulic forks with ø46 mm shaft and a rear monoshock with adjustable spring preload.

On the safety side of things, the 2013 Beta Alp 4.0 comes with front and rear disk brakes with a double-piston calipers.

The bike rides on 21 inch front and 18 inch rear rims that can be shod in both enduro tyres or road tyres.

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The new Alp 200 follows in the footsteps of the classic Alp and sets new standards in terms of versatility. It is a pretty interesting concept that gives you the possibility to switch from an off roader to a trials bike in a matter of minutes.

The 2013 Alp 200 comes with a new design, new cycle parts and low running costs. Its backbone is represented by a new trellis frame that was carefully forged to help you handle the Alp with agility.

The Beta Alp 200 weighs only 108 kg and is powered by a 199 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled, S.O.H.C engine. The engine is combined with a 6.0 liters fuel tank and a five speed transmission with wet-multidisc clutch.

To be able to climb the toughest tracks with poise, the Beta Alp 200 needed a set of rugged tyres. Therefore it comes with 90/90-21 front and 120/80-18 rear off road tyres.

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The Beta Mnitrial LC is a compact bike aimed at those who love Trial circuits. It is the smallest model in Beta’s Trial lineup and was especially created for the beginners.

The 2013 version is built on an improved steel frame that hosts an all-new single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled engine. The 72.4 cc unit sends its power to the ground through a single speed transmission and is fed by a compact, 0.6 gallons fuel tank.

The engine breaths through a Dell’Orto PHBN carburetor with external adjustments for improved performance and greater regularity of operation.

The bike rides on a set of sporty suspensions that consist of a 32 mm fork and a rear single shock absorber.

For 2013 the Beta Minitrial LC is also offered with new colors and graphics inspired by the EVO 2013 models.

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