The 2013 Beta Minicross R 10 is a compact motorcycle designed for kids aged 4 / 7. It comes with an ergonomic design and is perfectly suited for any kid that wants to learn safely the secrets of motocross riding.

The Minicross 10”/ 10” wheeled version is equipped with a reliable 49 cc, single cylinder, 2 stroke, air cooled engine with lamellar induction in the crankcase. The engine is fed by a 2 liters fuel tank and its power is kept under control by a single speed transmission.

When it comes to stopping power, the young rider can rely without any problem on a set of capable drum brakes which offer a short and precise braking.

The ride quality is assured by a solid Ø 30 mm front fork which is paired with a rear shock absorber.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Beta Minicross R 10.

  • 2013 Beta Minicross R 10
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Engine:
    single-cylinder, 2-stroke, air cooled
  • Transmission:
    Single-speed
  • Energy:
    Carburetor
  • Displacement:
    49 cc

Overview

2013 Beta Minicross R 10 Exterior
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Everyday, all around the world, there are many kids trying to make their first experiences on a dirt-track, learning how to face a curve or enjoying their first exciting high jumps, dreaming of being an Off-road Star.

But Beta Minicross is not only competition: beyond the will to win the most important thing is doing a sport to grow up with fun. Minicross is also a vehicle to improve safely the children’s concentration, balance and even consciousness and control of their own body.

Advisable for kids aged 4/7, the 10”/10” wheeled version enable the young riders to refine their skills. Absolutely handy and pleasant, thanks to its reliable Beta engine air cooled, single-speed, R 12 can rely on prompt drum brakes and a solid Ø 30 mm front fork to face the first obstacle in all safety.

Verdict

With its compact dimensions, lively engine and rugged wheels, the Beta Minicross R 10 is certainly a good choice for any young rider.
With a starting price of $2,199 it is also a bit cheaper than its Japanese counterparts and even if it doesn’t compare with them in terms of build quality and reliability is still a pretty decently built bike.

Specifications

Engine type single-cylinder, 2-stroke, air cooled, lamellar induction in the crankcase
Bore 39,5 mm
Stroke 40 mm
Displacement 49cc
Compression ratio 12,5:1
Ignition Electronic Selettra
Spark plug Champion L 78 C
Lubrication With fuel 1,5% (with synthetic oil)
Feeding with carburettor
Carburettor Dell’Orto SHA 14 - 12L
Clutch Wet automatic centrifugal type
Primary trasmission Z. 16/57 straight toothing
Transmission Single-speed
Secondary trasmission Z. 10/42
Engine oil SAE 20w/30 (150cc)
Frame Steel tubing
Wheel base 905 mm
Max length 1290 mm
Max width 600 mm
Max height 840 mm
Seat height 605 mm
Ground clearance 180 mm
Footrest height 240 mm
Dry weight 39,5 kg
Fuel tank capacity 2 l.
Reserve 0,3 l.
Front suspension Mechanical fork with ø 32 mm shaft
Shock absorber stroke 50 mm
Front wheel travel 100 mm
Rear wheel travel 140 mm
Front brake Mechanical drive disc ø180 mm
Rear brake Mechanical drive disc ø150 mm
Front rim 12 x 1,50
Rear rim 10 x 1,50
Front tyre 2,50 - 12
Rear tyre 2,75 - 10
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