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Dirt Bike Test: 2015 Beta 350 RR EFI
Check out the Evo 80 Jr and 80 Sr now!
Download Beta's new 2015 Brochure
Webb crowned 2014 EnduroCross Champion!
Winter Training with Franzi Kadlec
Dirt Bike Test's first look at the 2015 Beta’s
Beta USA Signs Morgan Tanke!
Beta Adds Zack Huberty to the Team
Beta Crosstrainer!
ISDE Updates
Beta USA Signs Jesse Groemm!
Trail Rider magazine test on the 2015 390 RR
2015 Beta RR Race Editions!
Beta podiums in Everett
Beta Re-signs Justin Sode
Beta Re-Signs Cory Buttrick
Beta Racing Update
Initial video review of the 2015 Beta 350 RR from Dirt Bike Magazine
Video of Boano/Beta racer and 2014 Jr. Enduro Champ Danny McCanney
Enduro360.com 430 RR First Look
the 2015 Beta Trials are here!
Beta Signs Kyle Redmond

2015 Mototrial Evos!

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.


ALL NEW! 2015 RS Models

The popular RS Dual Sport models are also all new including three different displacements being offered for 2015. RS models share all of the engine updates as the new RR models and are available as a 390, 430, or 500.

RS models continue to lead the "Dirt Bike with a Plate" category offering more off road ability than the competition by offering the same engine, frame, and suspension (including linkage) package as the Off Road RR models. The list of differences between the RR and RS is very short.


RR ENDURO 2 stroke 250/300

The 2015 RR Enduro 2-stroke range has also evolved, the 250 version featuring certain technical innovations and the 300 version featuring special parts from the 2015 Racing model.


RR ENDURO 4 stroke
350 EFI/390/430/480

The main objectives during development were to make the bike lighter, easier to control, and improve overall handling making it more enjoyable and easier to ride and, above all, more effective. The engine's center cases and internal components have been made lighter and redesigned to reduce the rotating mass, and the engine sizes have been reduced to make handling easier and minimize weight. Compared with the larger capacity of the previous model, the absolute power and torque figures remain unchanged thanks to a new camshaft profile and a new exhaust system; in addition, a better distribution of the torque curve has been obtained to get more out of the engines. With these new engines, the engineering team promises continued "Beta Magic" power delivery.










Click the link below to read
Dirt Bike Magazine's
Review of the 2014 Beta RS Dual Sport!



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See New Images of the 2015 Evos
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See New Images of the 2015 RR's
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See New Images of the 2015 RS
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