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.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Beta EVO 4T 250.

  • 2014 Beta EVO 4T 250
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  • Make:
  • Engine:
    Single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled
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  • Displacement:
    249 cc
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2014 Beta EVO 4T 250 Exterior
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Great performance, reliable and extremely versatile

After winning the 2013 125 class World Title and finishing third in the 2013 World Pro Championship, the 2014 BETA EVO arrives with a new elegant look. A combination of black and white, enriched with red details that highlight the technical and sporty spirit of the bike.

The 2014 EVO continues to be Beta’s well-balanced answer to the Trial competitor as well as the hobby riders who pay special attention to performance and reliability.

Remembering that the 2014 BETA EVO, both 2t and 4t, are 100% designed and built in Italy. Their engines feature undisputed technical characteristics, amazing reliability, and a cutting-edge aluminium frame.

BETA has learned from the experience of their Factory Trial Team and takes the advice of its customers to turn them into updates that refine the bike until the desired level of performance is reached.

2014 Beta EVO 4T 250/300 Key Features:

2014 Beta EVO 4T 250 Exterior
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New Frame
Aluminum Hydro-Formed frame as used in the 2013 Evo 2T models is now standard on the EVO 4T. This new frame provides less flex for better handling, a better look and also a larger fuel capacity.

Front Fork Assembly
• Low-friction SKF forks seals are now standard on all Evo models.
• New valving for a better “feel” and less negative feedback to the rider.

All NEW footpegs built with Micro-fusion technology. This design is more appealing, lighter, and also more resistant to mud packing in the peg.

Footrest Supports
New colour in line with the frame.

Tank Cover
One-piece fuel tank cover with improved cable guide system.

Rear Fender
Design borrowed from the 2013 EVO 2T model, this new fender incorporates a quick-access air filter cover for easy air filter servicing.

New Electric System
Relocated electrical components to better simplify the overall aesthetics of the bike.

Fuel Valve
Relocated to the opposite side compared to the 2013 version to improve the bike’s ergonomics.


Engine Type Single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled
Bore 77mm
Stroke 53.6mm
Displacement 249.6cc
Compression Ratio 11.5:1
Ignition Electronic 12 volt, 85 watt w/ dual-map switch (aggressive or soft settings)
Spark Plug NGK CR7EB
Lubrication Internal oil pump w/ cartridge filter
Carburetor Mikuni CV
Clutch Wet multi-disc
Transmission 5-speed
Frame Aluminum beam, single wave Hydro-Formed w/built in fuel tank
Wheelbase 51.4"
Seat Height 26"
Ground Clearance 12.2"
Footrest Height 13.6"
Dry Weight 156.5 lbs. dry
Fuel Tank Capacity 75 US gallons
Front Suspension 38mm Paioli including hard-coated tubes
Rear Suspension Single shock, aluminum bodied including linkage, adjustable dampening
Front Wheel Travel 6.5"
Rear Wheel Travel 7.1"
Final Gearing 11t front, 41t rear
Front Brake 185mm rotor w/ 4-piston caliper
Rear Brake 160mm rotor w/ twin-piston caliper
Front/Rear Rim 21" (Front) 18" (Rear)
Front/Rear Tire Michelin Trial
Warranty 6 month Limited Warranty
Price $7,999
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