BETA RR 250 Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 2
First production year: 2012
BETA 250 RR  photo gallery

Beta has launched a successor to the "Bike of the Year" (named so by "Dirt Rider" magazine), in the shape of the new 2014 MY Beta 250RR 2-Stroke. Sporting the same two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 249cc engine as the 2014 Race Edition, mated to a dependable six-speed manual transmission, this model is worthy of carrying on the Beta RR legacy.

New to the 2014 model is a new engine mapping that maximizes traction when the going gets really tough and helps the rider/racer overcome whatever the dirt may have in store for him. The suspension system has also been fitted with new front and rear pistons, making the two-wheeler more responsive to commands and more comfortable for the rider.

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BETA 300RR 2-stroke photo gallery

The 2013 MY Beta 300RR 2-Stroke is a new member that joins the ranks of off-road machines. It is equipped with a new two-stroke, liquid-cooled, 293cc single cylinder engine. 48mm Sachs front fork and a rear shock absorber have improved settings and a lower unsprung weight, thanks to new wheels. This, in turn, leads to a significant change in acceleration, maneuverability, and braking.

The new 300RR also has a new fuel tank, designed to lower its center of gravity and improve the air flow from the radiators thus keeping engine temperatures at optimum levels.

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