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: (...)
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.
Light, compact and sleek, the Beta 390 RS is an exciting dirt bike built for those who love to venture on unpaved roads.
This potent dual sport bike is propelled by a Beta-built single cylinder, 4 valve, 4 stroke, liquid cooled engine with electric start with back up kick starter. Its power is transferred to the ground by means of a six speed transmission with wet multi-disc clutch.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a molybdenum steel frame which sits on a 48 mm Sachs USD fork (with adjustable compression and rebound) and a rear aluminum body Sachs shock absorber (adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression).
Other features that are worthy of being mentioned include Voyager GPS unit, handlebar pad from Race Edition, new design seat foam and new graphics and color scheme based from the RR models.
The Beta 390 RS can be yours for no less than $9,299.
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The Beta 430 RS is an unstoppable, street-legal off roader especially developed for the adventurous riders.
It comes with the same engine and suspension updates as the RR models, a newly designed seat, fresh graphics and a handlebar pad borrowed from the Race Edition.
Moreover, the motorcycle also features a Voyager GPS unit with maps, engine temp, outside temp, trip meter and much more.
Power comes from a Beta-built, 431 cc, single cylinder, 4-valve, 4-stroke, liquid cooled engine with Electric Start with back up kick starter and cooling fan kit. The engine’s power is kept under control by a six speed transmission with wet multi-disc clutch.
As far as prices are concerned, the Beta 430 RS can be yours for no less than $9,699.
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Featuring a wide range of modern technologies, a potent engine and a rugged construction, the Beta 500 Rs can deal effortless even with the toughest tracks.
It is powered by a Beta-built, 478 cc, single cylinder, 4-valve, 4-stroke liquid cooled engine with, electric start with back up kick starter and cooling fan kit. The engine is kept under control by a six speed transmission with wet multi-disc clutch.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a light molybdenum steel frame with double cradle split above exhaust port.
For enhanced practicality, the Beta 500 RS is equipped with a Voyager GPS unit with maps, engine temp, outside temp, trip meter and much more.
Other features that are worthy of being mentioned include a newly designed seat foam, new graphics and more than 300 optional accessories.
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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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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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