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2013 Beta 250 RR Comparison Photo Gallery

We put the 2013 Beta 250 RR to the test in the 2013 Beta 250 RR Comparison Review.

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The 2013 Beta 250 RR has the lowest seat height in the test.
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The Braking rotors and Brembo calipers on the 2013 Beta 250 RR have excellent feel.
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The electric starter on the 2013 Beta 250 RR is not visible and as vulnerable as the other bikes in this test.
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The Beta 250 RR is new for 2013.
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The Sachs TFX forks on the 2013 Beta 250 RR are some of the best ever.
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The fuel tank on the 2013 Beta 250 RR is only 2 gallons.
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A push button release on the seat gives easy access to the air filter on the 2013 Beta 250 RR.
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Our crew rated the 2013 Beta 250 RR highly in the handling department.
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The low-end grunt of the 2013 Beta 250 RR works well in technical situations.
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The 2013 Beta 250 RR pushes slightly in slow, tight corners.
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The rider's compartment on the 2013 Beta 250 RR is smaller and more compact.
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Technical trails are cake on the 2013 Beta 250 RR.
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The 2013 Beta 250 RR is stable at speed.
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The suspension is a little soft on the 2013 Beta 250 RR.
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The 2013 Beta 250 RR's bottom-end power is impressive.
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The 2013 Beta 250 RR turns well, but not as well as the Husaberg.