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2012 Beta 350 RR First Ride Photo Gallery
The Beta 350 RR received a host of updates and revisions for 2012.
check out the photos of the 2012 Beta 350 RR as we put it to the test in the Central California Hills. Read the full test in our
2012 Beta 350 RR First Ride
The headlight and front fender was redesigned on the 2012 Beta 350 RR.
The 2012 Beta 350 RR is one sexy looking machine with itss red plastics and frame.
A new 48mm Sachs fork was developed in conjunction with Beta especially for the 350 RR.
The 2012 beta 350 RR is fitted with Braking wave rotors matched to Nissin master cylinders and calipers.
A Brembo clutch master cylinder is new for 2012 on the Beta 350 RR.
The 349cc Beta designed engine utilizes a Keihin 39mm carburetor rather than fuel injection.
The 2012 Beta 350 RR is electric start with a kickstart backup.
The triple clamps holding the Sachs 48mm TFX forks on the 2012 Beta 350 RR are works of art.
The 2012 Beta 350 RR is one of the best trail bikes we've ever ridden.
The 350 RR handles the single track as if it is on rails.
The brakes on the 2012 Beta 350 RR have great power and resist fading even on long descents.
Despite its 240lb dry weight, the Beta 350 RR feels light and nimble.
The 2012 Beta 350 RR is a blast on single track trails.
The 350 RR handles high-speed corners with the same confidence as on single track trails.
The mid-range and top-end power of the Beta 350 RR is impressive.
The 2012 Beta 350 RR works well when the trails are tight and the speeds are high.
The 48mm Sachs fork and stiffened chassis allows the 2012 Beta 350 RR to rail the corners.
The 2012 Beta 350 RR was a surprising performer and has become one of our favorite bikes.
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