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2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard, Lightweight Asphalt Aggression

Who says that small-displacement bikes can't be fun has obviously not ridden a two-wheeler like the 2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard. This bike is one of the greatest proofs that an 124cc 4-stroke engine can be almost as as fun as a bigger one, provided supermoto riding is among one's passions.
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2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard
The 2-13 model breaths sporty, racing design and the edgy lines are enhanced by the vivid color schemes. According to Beta, the frame is now even more solid and offers better handling and a more reassuring feel in high-adrenaline moments.

Since things cannot be simply left to develop in just one way, the new Beta RR 125 4T Motard brings upgraded brakes, 260mm and 205mm for front and rear, respectively, a redesigned digital dash and a better exhaust. The 41mm fork is aided by a 205mm rear wheel travel, thanks to the new monoshock, improving the riding stance.

The 4-stroke engine breathes through a Mikuni UCAL 5Nh 26-38 carb, and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox actuated by a wet multi-plate clutch. With classic 21”-18” wheels and weighing in at only 103 kg (227 lbs), the 2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard is one of the best and most fun first steps in the motard world anew rider could ever make.

 
 
 
 
 

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