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Beta isn’t as popular as other motorcycle manufacturers, but the company is starting to recover the lost terrain pretty fast and continues to upgrade its models with every year that passes.

Their new generation 2013 498RR models are fitted with a long list of fresh technologies and you’ll especially like the new 298 cc engine that is much lighter efficient and stronger then the previous units.

The motorcycle’s backbone is a totally new frame reinforced at the points of greatest stress and lightened where possible which plays a major role in the handling and maneuvering departments.

The ride quality is assured by 48mm Sachs front forks and rear shock absorbers with improved settings.

Thanks to the comprehensive list of upgrades, the new Beta 498RR is among the lightest motorcycles in its class and delivers a great riding position and good overall performances.

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The 2013 Beta Evo 80 JR is the perfect model for any young rider (9 - 11 years old) that wants to learn the secrets of motorcycles. Needless to say, that the bike was created with safety and ergonomy in mind and features a pretty user-friendly character.

Compared to the previous EVO models, the 2013 range has received a comprehensive list of upgrades and features new frame, new plastics, improved ergonomics as well as other features that help it offer greater versatility.

Donato Miglio, Beta Trial Factory Team Manager, said about the EVO 2013: “Powerful and easy for riders of any level, the bike is extremely versatile with a great travel range. From your first ride you feel the EVO was made for your needs.”

The 2013 Beta Evo 80 Jr is available at a starting price of $3999.00 USD.

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Beta revealed the 2013 generation of its EVO 80 Sr which is a compact motorcycle designed for the beginning riders that are just starting to enter in the world of motorcyles.

Compared to the previous model, the new EVO 80 Sr comes with new plastics, new brakes, new wheels, improved ergonomics, better versatility and an all new frame with the main section obtained by hydroforming.

The 2013 Beta Evo 80 Sr is propelled by a single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled engine which sends its power to the rear wheel through a six speed transmission with wet, multidisc clutch.

The front wheel is kept in check by new 38 mm forks with rebound adjustment and altered offset to increase rideability while the rear one is combined with a new shockabsorber.

As far as prices are concerned the Beta EVO 80 comes can be yours for $4599.00 USD.

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Beta revamped its entire lineup and the 450 RR makes no exception. The 2013 Beta 450 RR comes with the newly developed 450 cc, single cylinder, Titanium 4 valve, 4 stroke liquid cooled engine that is paired with a six speed transmission. While building the new engine, the company’s engineers have focused on weight reduction, reliability and increased performances.

The motorcycle’s engine is mounted on a new frame that has received extra reinforcements which make it more rigid, thus improving the motorcycle handling.

The stopping power is assured by new steel brake discs with a different profile and 6 mounting points to the hub.

Once on board you are met by new instruments which have bigger displays making them much easier to read then the previous ones.

The 2013 Beta 450 RR is offered with a starting price of $ 9199.

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Beta launched the 2013 version of the 350RR model. The most important improvement is the new 350cc engine which respects the latest standards in terms of technology and performance. The new single cylinder, Titanium 4-valve, 4-stroke liquid cooled engine is mated on a modern six-speed transmission.

Apart from the new engine, the 2013 Beta 350RR has also lost some weight due to the new inner tubes, the redesigned swingarm and the modified frame.

The ride quality is assured by a new 48mm Sachs front fork and a rear shock absorber with improved settings.

Moreover, the motorcycle also features a completely new fuel tank that was entirely redesigned compared to the previous one, offering a better centering of gravity and improving the overall agility.

The 2013 Beta 350RR rides on 21” front and 18” rear rims shod in Michelin Enduro Competition tires.

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The 2013 Beta 400RR has arrived. Compared to the previous models, the new version is basically a completely changed motorcycle that is finally able to compete with success against its rivals.

For the starters the 2013 Beta 400RR is packed with the company’s new 400 cc, titanium 4-valve, 4-stroke liquid cooled engine that features electric start with back up kick starter.

Another significant improvement made to the 2013 Beta 400 RR is the new frame that has received extra reinforcements at the points of greatest stress. Beta’s engineers have also made new frame as lightweight as possible, without affecting its rigidity. You also get a redesigned swingarm that offers greater rigidity and better weight distribution, being 250 grams (.5 lb) lighter than the previous one.

The 2013 Beta 400 RR is offered with a starting price of MSRP: $8999 and comes with a 6 month limited warranty.

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Meet the new 2013 Beta 300 RR which is a totally fresh motorcycle equipped with Beta’s fresh 2 stroke 300 cc engine. The new engine has been fully developed and tested by the Tuscany firm and respects the latest standards in terms of technology and performance.
The 2 stroke unit is mated on a six speed transmission and is brought to life by an electric starter that is smartly located under the engine to keep the motorcycle perfectly balance.

Like the 2013 Beta 250RR 2 Stroke, the 2013 300RR model also shares the same swingarm, wheels and bodywork as the 4T range. This makes it as agile and lightweight as its brothers.
The stopping power is handled by more rigid brake discs with a different profile and 6 mounting points to the hub, made of high quality steel.

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Beta revealed its fresh 250RR motorcycle that is equipped with the new 2 stroke engine. The Beta 250 RR has many common features with its other siblings, in fact it shares the same swingarm, wheels, brakes and bodywork with the 4T range.

The motorcycle’s new liquid cooled 2 stroke engine is built in house by Beta and has a displacement of 249cc. Its power is kept in leash by a six speed transmission. The unit is brought to life by an electric starter that is located under the engine to reduce center of gravity weight.

In order to be able to deal effortless with rugged terrains, the motorcycle needed a set of tough suspensions. As a result, Beta blessed it with a new 48 mm Sachs USD fork with adjustable compression and rebound, and a fresh Sachs shock with adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression.

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Equipped with modern technologies and designed to offer first class ergonomics, the 2013 Beta 520RS is ready to go head on with the toughest terrains without backing down. The motorcycle rides on a pair of tough rims (21” front and 18” rear) wrapped in Michelin Enduro tires. The ride quality is assured by front 45mm Marzocchi USD forks and rear Sachs shocks.

At the heart of the 2013 Beta 520 RS is a fresh engine that features a redesigned cylinder head, reinforced camshaft bridge, valve retainers, and updated cam chain tensioner. The 497.4cc engine is linked to a modern six speed transmission which comes with a new clutch. The engine is mounted on a modern molybdenum steel frame with double cradle split above exhaust port.

Other modifications made for 2013 include the redesigned front headlight and front fender support.

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Beta revealed its new 2013 450S motorcycle. The 2013 Beta 450RS was especially created for off-road riding and features a Beta-Built single cylinder, Titanium 4-valve, 4-stroke liquid cooled engine. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter with back up kick starter and its power is kept under control by a six speed transmission. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the 2013 model comes with a new clutch primary gear and springs for better engagement and clutch action. You also get a redesigned cylinder head including reinforced camshaft bridge, valve retainers, and updated cam chain tensioner.

The motorcycle is built on a redesigned frame especially developed to improve the overall stability and handling. As far as suspensions are concerned, the 2013 Beta 450RS features a new Sachs 48mm fork with TFX technology with adjustable compression and rebound, and a rear Sachs shock absorber with adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression.

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