New Beta Dirt Bikes
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If an Italian dirt-bike company based in the California winegrowing town of Paso Robles sounds like a dream—well, it practically is. Beta has specialized in trials and enduro bikes for decades, and today’s lineup is maturing like a vintage Chianti. 2020 Beta motorcycle choices include trials, off-road and dual-sport bikes. Mototrial Evo models are built for competition or play-riding, and feature a choice of two-stroke or four-stroke engines from 125cc to 300cc, with all components designed and built in Italy. Junior-size trials bikes are also included in the lineup. The RR bikes are also available in two- and four-stroke varieties, from 250cc to 300cc for the ‘strokers and between 350cc and 498cc for the thumpers. The RS Dual Sport range is four-stroke only, with models ranging from 400cc to a 520cc big-bore.
Our new dirt bike reviews detail our likes and dislikes, as well as our overall opinion of the model, along with a breakdown of important specifications and retail pricing. Our comprehensive long-term reviews make sure that you have every piece of information before you buy the best dirt bike for you.
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Beta looked to conquer the dirt in 2019. Its 2019 dirt bike offerings included the Xtrainer and its RR, RR-S, and Evo lines, all in either two-stroke or four-stroke engine configurations. Dirt Rider has all of the information you need for your new or used dirt bike purchase. Check out the technical specifications and retail pricing for all 2019 Beta motorcycles, plus previews, first ride reviews, and long-term tests.