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2015 Beta RR 430 4T Racing

2015 Beta RR 430 4T Racing

After great success for the Beta RR Enduro Racing bike on racetracks in 2014, with it snatching the top two positions in the World Enduro Championship, EJ class, with Danny McCanney and Giacomo Redondi, and third place in the E2 class with Johnny Aubert, as well as first place in the World Indoor Enduro Championship, EJ class, with Giacomo Redondi, the Tuscan manufacturer has produced a limited run of "race-ready" Enduro bikes. The RR Racing bikes derive directly from the bikes used by the official riders during the challenging World Championships and are aimed at riders seeking maximum performance even in the most extreme racing conditions. The RR Enduro Racing MY 2015 will be available with the following engine sizes: 250 - 300 2T and 350 - 430 - 480 4T.

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2015 Beta RR 350 4T Racing

2015 Beta RR 350 4T Racing

After great success for the Beta RR Enduro Racing bike on racetracks in 2014, with it snatching the top two positions in the World Enduro Championship, EJ class, with Danny McCanney and Giacomo Redondi, and third place in the E2 class with Johnny Aubert, as well as first place in the World Indoor Enduro Championship, EJ class, with Giacomo Redondi, the Tuscan manufacturer has produced a limited run of "race-ready" Enduro bikes. The RR Racing bikes derive directly from the bikes used by the official riders during the challenging World Championships and are aimed at riders seeking maximum performance even in the most extreme racing conditions. The RR Enduro Racing MY 2015 will be available with the following engine sizes: 250 - 300 2T and 350 - 430 - 480 4T.

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2015 Beta RR 2T 250

2015 Beta RR 2T 250

Overview
The Beta RR Enduro project continues to grow and improve, boosted by successes on the racetracks and by the great commitment of the technical and R&D departments in Rignano sull’Arno. The RR Enduro 2015 models are lighter and more agile, and their great power and torque are more easily controlled. They are the ideal bikes for enthusiasts and the winning solution for victory-hungry racers.
The RR Enduro 2T 2015 range has also evolved, the 250 version featuring certain technical (...)

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2015 Beta Minitrial Electric 16”

2015 Beta Minitrial Electric 16”

Overview
New Minitrial-E, extends the wide range of the Beta trial models!
Now available, the first youth electric trial bike designed and manufactured by a leading manufacturer of off road motorcycles.
The proper riding position, weight, braking, throttle control, and suspension are very important for the young rider. The new Beta Minitrial-E has been designed to provide the new rider with confidence during their new trial riding experience. 2015 Beta Minitrial Electric 16” Key Features: (...)

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2016 Beta 430 RR / 480 RR

2016 Beta 430 RR / 480 RR

Beta has quite the industrious lot in its engineering department. The 2015 430/480 models saw a whole plethora of improvements, to include completely reworked engines and heads, lighter weight and better handling. In the competitive world of trail and race bikes, if you lift, you lose, and Beta shows no sign of easing up anytime soon. The 2016 430 RR and 480 RR roll out with a host of new improvements to include fuel injection, a lighter chassis and more. This series of bikes is meant not only for the track, but also for the casual trail and technical competition. It wears many hats, but is a bit milder than, say, a supercross-capable bike would be, and the suspension isn’t quite up to the big jumps. This isn’t a problem, though, because its agility and power delivery make it more suitable for technical work and motocross/enduro competition. Let’s take a look at what’s new for 2016, shall we?

Continue reading for my review of the 2016 Beta 430/480 RR.

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2016 Beta 430 RS

2016 Beta 430 RS

Family-owned Beta treats us to another year of dualsport bikes sure to please the dirt riders among us. Making two-wheeled transportation since 1904, Beta motorized their bicycles in the late 1940s and focused heavily on offroad riding starting in the 1970s. The focus of what the folks at Beta call "Beta Rideability" and attention to customer needs keeps them moving forward.

New for the 430 RS in 2016, we find softer foam in the seat, a larger battery for better hot starting, a new front brake hose that allows a better view of the GPS unit, and — here’s the biggie — fuel injection. In 2015 we saw the last of the Keihin FCR-39 mm carburetor, so if you’re one of those anti-FI folks, you’d better grab a 2015 Beta 430 RS while they last.

Continue reading for my review of the 2016 Beta 430 RS.

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