Fitted with a sturdy frame, grippy tires and a lively engine, the Beta RR 50 Motard combines agility with stability and power delivering superior ride and handling performances on a wide range of terrains.

The motorcycle is propelled by a 49.7 cc, single-cylinder, 2 stroke, liquid cooled engine with lamellar induction in the crankcase. The unit is linked to a six speed transmission with wet multi-disc clutch and is fueled by a 6.5 liters fuel tank.

The motorcycle rides on 17 inch aluminum alloy rims wrapped in 100/80 – 17 front and 130/70 – 17 rear tyres.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Beta RR 50 Motard is equipped with a front hydraulic fork with 37 Mm Shaft and a rear monoshock absorber.

The stopping power is assured by 260 mm front and 220 mm rear disc brakes.

Hit the jump for more information on the Beta RR 50 Motard.

  • 2014 Beta RR 50 Motard
  • Year:
  • Make:
  • Engine:
    Single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled, lamellar induction in the crankcase
  • Transmission:
  • Energy:
  • Displacement:
    49 cc
  • Top Speed:
    77 mph (Est.)


2014 Beta RR 50 Motard Exterior
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Revolutionary 50cc with real motorcycle feeling

The RR 50, reigning Europoan Enduro Champion, will change tech specs and design for 2014. Just the capacity of 50 cc remains, the rest will become much more motorcycle than moped. The models will combine excellent handling and stability, a great riding experience and a spectacular new look.

The 50 cc form an own little range inside the overall range with various models for multiple use. Also the classic Enduro and Supermotard versions have been fine-tuned and facelifted. At their side, the customer will find bikes at entry level and, more important, the premium models. The top end RR Enduro Factory and RR Motard Track convince with precious European components and unexpected skills on track or off road.

The Standard versions offer a brilliant value for money relation and the same base bike as the premium ones.

2014 Beta RR 50 Motard Key Features:

2014 Beta RR 50 Motard Exterior
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• New decal in new graphic design which will distinguish the new 50 cc range from the previous ones.
• New front mudguard, for all 50 cc, more resistant and better debris protection.
• Red frame for the top end models RR Enduro Factory and RR Motard Track.
• New microfused footpegs, light and rigid, for RR Enduro Factory and RR Motard Track.
• Rear swingarm in black steel, for RR Supermotard e RR Enduro Standard (entry level), creating a new racing look.
• Front fork R16V – diameter 41mm - USD - for RR Motard Track; additionally in adjustable version for RR Enduro Factory.
• Conical 28, 5 mm handlebar for RR Enduro Factory and RR Motard Track.
• RR Enduro Factory and RR Motard Track offer an exhaust with nickel coating and a silencer in red alloy in order to complete the sharp dress.
• Alloy cast wheels with 5 spokes for the classic RR Supermotard and Standard and spoke wheels with red rims for RR Supermotard Track.


Engine Type Single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled, lamellar induction in the crankcase
Bore 40,3 mm
Stroke 39 mm
Displacement 49,7cc
Compression ratio 12:1
Ignition Electronic Moric 12v - 100W
Spark plug NGK BR9 ES
Lubrication Mixing with mechanical pump, fuel 1,5% (with synthetic oil)
Feeding with carburettor
Carburettor Dell’Orto PHBN 16 HS
Clutch wet multi-disc clutch
Primary trasmission Z. 20/71
Transmission 6 speed
Secondary Trasmission Z. 11/50
Engine oil SAE 20W/30 (820c)
Frame steel double cradle frame
Wheel base 1390 mm
Max length 2000 mm
Max width 805 mm
Max height 1155 mm
Seat height 900 mm
Ground clearance 315 mm
Footrest height 365 mm
Dry weight 85 kg
Fuel tank capacity 6,5 l.
Reserve 1 l.
Cooling system capacity 620 cc
Front suspension Hydraulic fork with ø37 mm shaft
Rear suspension Monoshock
Shock absorber stroke 50 mm
Front wheel travel 210 mm
Rear wheel travel 200 mm
Front brake disc ø260 mm with single opposed piston
Rear brake disc ø220 mm
Front rim Aluminium Alloy rim
Rear rim Aluminium Alloy rim
Front tyre 100/80 - 17
Rear tyre 130/70 - 17
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