2021 Beta Range Review

How-To Guides & Tutorials  |  13 August 2020

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Beta continues to evolve and establish itself amongst the biggest manufacturers in enduro with its new-generation RR range, which brings a raft of upgrades to the increasingly popular and extensive fleet of two-stroke and four-stroke dirt bikes.

2021 Beta RR range includes: 
RR 2T 200
RR 2T 250
RR 2T 300
RR 4T 350
RR 4T 390
RR 4T 430
RR 4T 480

Beta has portrayed the off-road riding experience with a lightweight and slim enduro bike that is safe, reliable, and easy to ride. The Italian manufacturer offers some of the best aesthetics, ergonomics and engines in the new 2021 RR fleet, with an extensive list of motorcycles to suit riders of all abilities.

With a new generation bike, comes a list of updates, including an all-new look graphics kit. The first key upgrade in the Beta RR range is an updated chassis with upgrades around the steering head, where it's been reinforced for improved feel and durability. The subframe has also undergone a touch up to be more robust and durable.

The side panels have been refined for easier installation, while the tank cover cap has been altered for improved mounting. Fitting in with the ergonomics of the bikes is a redesigned seat, which sees an updated base and foam for better support.

Beta has gone and optimised the airbox, making for improved waterproofing and air filter installation - it's much more practical now with filter inspection via the side panel.

The electrical system has received an update with improved charging efficiency, plus the speedometer is new for greater reliability and precision.

The ZF fork has been upgraded with a number of internal components to the further build on fluidity and reliability. The rear shock absorber has a new setting for 2021 that is said to increase traction.

2021 Beta Xtrainer range includes:
Beta Xtrainer 300 2T 
Beta Xtrainer 250 2T

The ever-popular Xtrainer range returns for 2021 in a bold new colourway, and it's a mix of ingredients that have made this dirt bike the most versatile on the enduro market.

The Xtrainer boasts outstanding characteristics such as strong engine response, exceptional rideability that provides high performance yet is easily manageable, ensuring riders of all levels can ride confidently through whatever the situation demands.

The 2021 Beta range is due to land in Australian dealership from August 2020.

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