In case you need a little more Italian in your life here is a tasty serving of two-stoke, off-road deliciousness. The fist test of the Beta 300 RR is available here, and our full print test of both bikes is in our Dec./Jan. issue of Dirt Rider. Overall the bikes are very similar with the main difference being where they make their power. As to be expected, the 300 has more torquey chugging power while the 250 wants a stab of the clutch and to be revved out. One of the most unique features of these bikes is that they have oil injection. Not to be confused with fuel injection, oil injection isn't completely new, yet it is unique among modern off-road two-strokes. There is a separate oil tank under the seat and the oil in injected after the carburetor, before the reed block. Other than not having to mix the gas, the other benefit this has is that the gas-to-oil ratio is constantly being changed to match the bike's need. As we said, if you want more info check out the test or pick up a hard copy of the mag.