For 2018, the design was also revised with the introduction of a new rear fender, a new color for the plastics and graphics and, on the 4-stroke versions, a muffler with a completely new profile as well as a new internal layout.
The 2018 Beta RR 390 comes with the new chassis. The front-end has been completely redesigned enabling an increase in the flexural and torsional rigidity characteristics compared to previous versions and with a notable reduction in weight thanks to an improved structural layout. This generates a consistent improvement in handling and riding precision.
This is the easiest handling bike in the 4-stroke model range. It favors riding at higher revs while keeping its power output very linear. Compared to the 2017 model year, a great deal of development has gone into both our two and four-stroke engines which share a series of common innovations. BetaMotor engineers have created the new range of Beta enduro RRs, being much lighter and better performing than previous models. Versions in 2 lighter modes with 4.7kg and those in 4 lighter strokes with 5.3kg. Weight is not the only asset of these new models, transmission, suspension, and engine have been improved.
The design was also revised by introducing a new rear wing, a new color for plastics and graphics, four-stroke versions, an exhaust drum with a completely new profile, and a new internal configuration.
The 125 RR-S is powered by a 124cc, 4-Stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine. With a cylinder bore of 2.05 in and stroke of 2.31 in, its motor is undersquare, meaning that the cylinder stroke (length) is greater than the bore (width). This makes the engine less powerful than one of similar displacement with a bigger bore.
The 125 RR-S features a double cradle frame made of molybdenum steel. Suspension in the front is provided by an inverted fork measuring 41 mm in diameter. Bringing up the rear is a single shock (monoshock) system. Suspension travel measures 10.3 inches in the front and 10.6 inches in the rear. When it comes to brakes, the 125 RR-S sports a single disc measuring 260 mm in diameter in the front and a single disc measuring 220 mm in the rear.
The 350 RR-S is powered by a 349cc, 4-Stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine. With a cylinder bore of 3.46 in and stroke of 2.26 in, its motor is oversquare, meaning that the cylinder bore (width) is greater than the stroke (length). This makes the engine more powerful than one of similar displacement with a smaller bore. The engine is supported by electronic fuel injection which ensures smooth and timely fuel delivery. Electronic ignition makes starting your bike a breeze and ensures a consistent throttle response.
Many improvements and updates have been included in the 2017 lineup. All to enhance the riding experience. One big change is the new RR
-S model line Beta calls “Street Legal Off Road”. These models are basically off-road race/play bikes that have been approved for the street in all 50 states. The Beta 390 RR-S is very close to a 400 cc thanks to the large gasoline tank that replaced the two-gallon tank.
The 2017 Beta 430 RR-S arrive with the Gen4 Sachs front fork. This fork has been tested by the Beta engineering team many times over to improve the feel of the front end. We feel this is the best open cartridge fork on the market today.
After a greatly successful 2016 season in both sales and racing, Beta returns in 2017 with their Enduro range that continues the forward progress of the brand through refinements in features and quality. The 2017 RR models continue to offer an “easy to ride” philosophy while also providing the rider with a stable and distinct design along with the quality one expects from the brand.
At some point or another most of us dirt bike riders have ridden a 125cc four-stroke playbike from one of the Japanese manufacturers, but get that mental image out of your head. This Italian made, four-valve, liquid cooled engine is way more advanced than the air cooled, two-valve kid’s bikes, which can feel like they can’t get out of their own way.
The 2016 RR Enduro 50 Sport is built around a 49.7 cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled engine with lamellar induction in the crankcase. The engine’s power is kept under control by a six speed transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch. The unit is mounted on a steel double cradle frame which sits on a front hydraulic fork with 37 mm shaft and a rear monoshock.
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 2015 MY Beta 480RR comes equipped with a new, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 477cc single cylinder and a six-speed manual transmission. The engine has been built with a new, die-casting technology which reduces its weight by 2.2lbs.
A lightweight and easy-to-handle machine, the 480RR sports the most powerful engine in the RR family, and addresses more seasoned and race-oriented riders, while still being tame enough to accommodate riders who just want to enjoy a woodland track from time to time.
The 2015 MY Beta 430RR sports an all-new, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 431cc, single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission featuring the Beta ETR (Easy-to-Ride) engine technology.
The machine has improvements in the comfort department. The handlebar pad comes from the Race Edition and a new, softer seat foam has been designed and installed by the Florentine engineers. Also, the rear grab handles are built-in.
The proven 48mm Sachs USD fork and the rear Sachs shock come as standard on this model and, mated to Michelin Enduro Competition tires, ensure a steady and comfortable ride no matter the conditions of the track or the dirt and help the rider to better feel the track without too much of a strain on his body.
The 2015 MY Beta 390RR sports an all-new, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 386cc single cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission. The engine case is die-cast, reducing engine weight by 2.2 lbs. This weight reduction can be felt in the overall performance of the machine and is made possible thanks to a new crankshaft, connecting rod, cylinder head and piston.
The aesthetics have been revised, keeping the classic Beta red and white but with new graphics and a different color combination, giving the 390RR a fresh, edgy look.
The main update to the 2015 MY Beta 350RR is the introduction of Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI), which ensures optimum fuel/air mixture at any altitude and temperature. As a result, the 350RR has a more linear, predictable engine response, no matter the riding style or the conditions one might encounter on the dirt track or trail.
The proven Sachs USD 48 mm fork and Sachs rear shock have been improved with new pistons, making for an overall more easy-to-handle bike. On the tech/engine side, it sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 349cc engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission.
Carrying the torch for Dirt Rider magazine's "Bike of the Year" is the new 2015 MY Beta 300RR 2-Stroke. This two-wheeler sports the same two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 293cc engine found on the 2014 Race Edition, paired to a sturdy six-speed manual transmission. The fuel tank is larger than on the previous models, with a capacity of 2.5 gallons and is also see-thru.
Excellent for dirt riders of all experiences and proficiencies, the Tuscany house made sure the new 300RR will catch up with, and surpass, its predecessors in terms of performance, handling and prestige.
The 2014 MY Beta 498RR Race Edition was designed to suit the taste of those riders who want a more "one-of-a-kind" feel on their enduro bike, but are not in the market for a factory team. Still, with gorgeous looks and some of the works features installed, the 498RR Race Edition is a looker that also delivers.
The Race Edition sports the same engine as the base 498RR, a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 497cc, single cylinder paired to a dependable, six-speed manual transmission.
The Florentine engineers have fitted the Race Edition with features such as a 48mm Marzocchi closed cartridge fork, strong billet aluminium foot pegs and chain adjuster blocks, a black shifter and rear brake pedal plus special graphics molded into the radiator shrouds.
The 2014 MY Beta 498RR sports the biggest power plant in the Beta enduro family; a gritty, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 497cc single cylinder mated to a dependable six-speed, manual transmission. Not a treat for new or inexperienced riders, the 498RR is, however, a glorious ride for the bold off-roaders.
The chassis has been reinforced at the points of greatest stress and lightened, wherever possible. Handling has thus been improved, and the rider's control over the two-wheeler is now firmer and more reassuring, even when the going gets really tough.
The 2014 MY Beta 450RR Race Edition comes as an alternative for those riders that want a more "unique" touch on their bike.
The Race Edition of the Beta sports features such as a high-performance 48mm Marzocchi closed cartridge fork, billet aluminium foot pegs and chain adjuster blocks, a black shifter and rear brake pedal, plus special graphics molded into the plastic of the radiator shrouds.
On the tech/engine side, the Race edition has the same, sturdy 449cc, four-stroke engine and six-speed manual transmission as the base 450RR. Get aboard it and get ready to tackle muddy trails, knowing you'll at least look good even if they will defeat you.
The 2014 MY Beta 400RR sports a proven, Italian-built, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 398cc, single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission. Tweaked for improved performance, the engine delivers a healthy amount of torque at low revs and still retains juice for the higher ones.
The Tuscany House also improved the brakes, installing wave-type discs, which not only improve the bike's performance, but add a plus to the aesthetics, also. This big-bore off-road machine is perfect for constant training, while being a great choice for adventures in the wilderness.
The 2014 MY Beta 350RR sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 349cc, single cylinder engine mated to a sturdy six-speed manual transmission. The engine produces enough grunt to satisfy a wide variety of riders.
The Florentine engineers have fitted the 350RR with a 48mm Sachs USD fork and an aluminium body Sachs shock, making it perfect for any kind of dirt track.
The 2014 MY Beta 300RR Race Edition is, in essence, a 300RR with the same two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 293cc engine but with certain tweaks and new features to increase overall performance on the dirt track and to add a more aggressive touch to its visuals.
The 2014 MY Beta 300RR comes with a two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 293cc, single cylinder engine paired by a six-speed manual transmission. Its previous reincarnation has been named "Bike of the Year" by the USA press giant "Dirt Rider" magazine.
The 300RR is capable of carrying the weight of its heritage thanks to new features such as a full skid plate, new headlight and taillight, full-feature enduro meter, 2.5 gallon translucent tank and 48mm Sachs fork plus an aluminium Sachs shock. These improvements keep the 300RR on the front lines of the enduro battle.
For 2013, Beta have launched the 2014 MY 250RR Race Edition, sporting the same two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 249cc single cylinder engine mated to a sturdy six-speed manual transmission as the base 250RR.
The Race Edition sports a number of new features to improve performance but also the two-wheelers visuals, such as a Marzocchi 48mm closed cartridge factory fork, billet aluminium foot pegs and chain adjuster blocks, a front axle pull, dual map CDI ignition for dry and wet riding, and a black shifter and rear brake pedal.
The 2014 MY Beta 250RR carries on the excellent off-road capabilities of the 2013 model, which Dirt Rider named "Bike of the Year". Sporting a two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 249cc single cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission, capable of producing great torque at low rev ranges, the lump is capable of getting one across the course without breaking a single sweat.
On the visual side, the 250RR comes in a sporty, aggressive bright red finished with racey graphics.
For those of you who like taking your motard to the track, but don't want to spend extra money to get it track ready, then the 2013 MY Beta RR50 Motard is the right choice for you.
The Florentine engineers have designed it especially for track Sundays, with all the features a small-displacement supermoto would need. Features such as a 40mm aluminium front fork, anodized aluminium ring gear with 50 teeth, new, beefy, wave disc brakes (300 mm front, 220 mm rear) and a new, highly resistant, steel chassis.
Also, the Tuscany House improved the visuals, with a black motor crankcase, a new design of the fuel tank, plastic superstructures, and the seat, plus some aggressive tricolour graphics with 3D texture stickers.
The 2013 MY Beta RR50 Motard Standard comes with a two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 49cc single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission.
The shifter lever has been redesigned, offering a firmer, more precise feel, and ensuring that riders can focus more on actually riding than on shifting. At the same time, Beta engineers relocated the exhaust pipes on the right side. With rather minor improvements, the 2013 MY RR50 Motard Standard is, however, a better machine than its previous incarnation.
The 2013 MY Beta RR50 Motard is more than your typical "fifty". Except for the 49cc, two-stroke, liquid-cooled engine, everything else in the RR50 has an attention to detail and design worthy of a full-size bike. Maneuverable, stable, and good-looking, this motard is a must have if one enjoys this type of bikes.
Beta's new mini-motard comes with new features such as a 40mm fork, black anodized aluminium spoked rims, wave brake discs, a steel swingarm and a high-resistance steel chassis.
The 2013 MY Beta RR125 4T LC sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 124cc, single cylinder engine mated to a sturdy six-speed transmission. Its design and styling is based on the larger RR4T, making it more desirable among motard fans.
The USD 41mm hydraulic fork and the monoshock with progressive compound lever rear suspension make it able to cross urban jungles and race tracks, alike. Large diameter wave-type disc brakes make the bike safer on city streets and significantly increase performance on a track on Sunday.
The 2013 MY Beta RR 125 Motard is a sound choice if you are a rider who has not of yet experienced the motard sensation and wants an easy introduction into its world. Coming with innovations in the brakes department and the exhaust system, plus a new digital dashboard, the RR 125 4T may please even the most demanding of small displacement motard riders.
Sporting a four-stroke, 124cc engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission, the RR 125 Motard is a fun and easy-to-maintain bike one can enjoy in the city and at the track.
The 2013 MY Beta 498RR comes with a big, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 497cc single cylinder engine mated to a dependable six-speed manual transmission. The big engine means lots of grunt at the riders' disposal.
Even though it has one of the biggest lumps among enduro two-wheelers, the chassis, the frame and the wheels have all been designed to weigh as less as possible, making the 498RR surprisingly responsive and agile.
The 48mm Sachs front fork and the rear shock absorber with improved settings to choose from, greatly increase rider comfort and the bikes terrainability and precise cornering.
Whether you've participated in off-road races for years or you're just a fan that enjoys the occasional woodland track, the 2013 MY Beta 450RR is a sound choice.
Sporting a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 449cc single cylinder engine mated to a sturdy six-speed manual transmission, it is more than capable of tackling hardcore off-road courses, and in such a manner that will satisfy even the most demanding of riders.
The fuel tank has been redesigned and repositioned as such to improve the air flow from the radiators and to
lower its center of gravity, allowing the enduro to take sharper turns.
The 2013 MY Beta 400RR sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 398cc single cylinder engine, paired to a dependable six-speed manual transmission. The decompression system has been revised, thus ensuring an easy start of the engine in any conditions, either by the push of the button or the manual kick starter.
The frame has been reinforced at the points of greatest stress and lightened wherever possible, increasing its rigidity and decreasing the overall weight of the bike.
All in all, the 400RR is a good choice for an off-road adventure, with plenty of grunt for difficult uphill climbs, but nimble and responsive enough to take any turn at any speed.
The 2013 Beta 350RR has been redesigned to be as light and stable as possible, but at the same time to have a comfy riding position and perform in such a manner that will please seasoned riders and novice ones, alike.
The two-wheeler sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 349cc single cylinder engine which received various improvements in the new model. The internal structure of the silencer has been modified and the reduced weight helps the engine attain a more favorable power curve. The air filter received a new design for improved power delivery at low revs.
The 2012 Beta 250RR 2-Stroke is a new addition to the Beta Enduro family, bringing forth a new liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 249cc single cylinder engine, the first two-stroke engine from the Florentine engineers.
As well as a new engine, Beta designed new wheels from scratch, with new, more rigid brake discs connected to the hub in six mounting points. The rims, which have a new profile and are more resistant to stress but also lighter, have been mounted via new spokes to lightweight and more rigid hubs.
These improvements make the 250 RR a nimble but stable off-road two-wheeler, prone to be liked by novice and seasoned riders alike.
The 2012 MY Beta 498RR sports a 497cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with a redesigned cylinder head for improved noise reduction. The six-speed transmission has a new primary gear for stronger take-offs, and new springs for a more progressive clutch action and gear engagement.
A high-performance Sachs 48mm new fork with TFX technology was designed especially for Beta, and it allows the bike to ride harder on rough terrain, offering better damping and a smoother feel. New front and rear brake rotors improve the rider's control over the two-wheeler and also add a plus to safety.
The 2012 MY Beta 450RR sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 449cc engine with a redesigned cylinder head, including reinforced camshaft bridge, valve retainers, and an updated cam chain tensioner. These improvements help reduce the engine noise. Also to reduce noise levels, Beta redesigned the muffler, mainly the spark arrestor, which also offers a better exhaust gas flow.
The 450RR has been improved in the aesthetics department with a new front headlight and front fender support and also a stylish new red bodywork color.
The 2012 MY Beta 400RR is motivated by a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 398cc engine paired to a 6-speed manual transmission, designed to deliver a full-on, thrilling experience around any off-road course. With a new primary gear and new springs fitted for better clutch action and gear engagement, the 400RR can better channel all the grunt from the engine to the track.
The frame has extra gussets and an increased tube diameter on the lower tubes, for more structural rigidity. These improvements make the frame flex less and improve the overall stability of the enduro bike under hard riding conditions.
The 2012 MY Beta 350RR is a suitable choice for both play and pro racing. Sporting a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 349cc, single-cylinder engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, the sturdy Beta offers plenty of usable torque and great maneuverability no matter the course.
The suspension has been updated, with a new Sachs 48mm fork with TFX technology that allows the fork to slide with less friction. It was exclusively built for Beta and represents another edge these bikes have in the battle for off-road supremacy. The fork has new seals and wipers with self-lubricating compounds and a new triple clamp developed for it.
The ability to go from dual sport to motard is great, but the bike needs further modifications to be completely effective, primarily larger brakes and revised suspension. It simply can’t be as good at one as it is the other without additional mods.
The Beta RR 510 is an Italian enduro motorcycle released in 2006. It's a pretty young bike that aims to take full advantage of its single cylinder, 510cc engine. It's a little bit heavier than normal enduro bikes, weighing no less than 118 kg.
The RR 4 Stroke 525 is a motorcycle in the Beta 4 stroke range, the big brother of the 250, 400, 450 versions. It has a single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled with countershaft and electric starting engine, a ground clearance of 320 mm and a wheelbase of 1490 mm. It is quite a handful bike, because of its big engine and low weight, only 117 kg.
The RR 4 Stroke 450 is a motorcycle in the Beta 4 stroke range, the middle brother of the 250 and 525 versions. It has a single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled with countershaft and electric starting engine, a ground clearance of 320 mm and a wheelbase of 1490 mm. It is quite a handful, because of its big engine and low weight, only 117 kg.
The RR 4 Stroke 250 is a motorcycle in the Beta 4 stroke range, the little brother of the 450 and 525 versions. It has a single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled with countershaft and electric started engine, a ground clearance of 320 mm and a wheelbase of 1490 mm. Unlike its brothers, the 250 seems to be more docile, even if it has the same weight, 117 kg.
The Beta RR 125-4T is an enduro bike especially addressed to beginners. Its 4 stroke engine is mild and does extremely well when it comes to fuel consumption, needing only 4l for 100 km. The bike handles well, and can be ridden anywhere and any time.
In 2004, Beta released a 50cc minibike called RR 50 Supermotard ALU, hoping to conquer the supermotard market segment. They recorded a moderate success with this single cylinder, 2-stroke bike so it is still in production.
A Beta trial bike, the RR Enduro 50 has the typical RR 4-stroke layout, being equipped with a new exhausting system, a new braking system and a new digital dashboard. It has a small 50cc engine which promises to be more than able to face any challenge.