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2014 Beta RR and RS Dirt Bike First Looks Photo Gallery
The 2014 Beta 250RR and 300RR two-strokes retain the same $7999 MSRP as they had in 2013.
Check out the new 2014 Beta RR and RS dirt bikes in the 2014 Beta RR and RS Dirt Bike First Looks photo gallery.
The 2014 Beta RR four-strokes got suspension and engine upgrades.
The 2014 Beta RR four-strokes come in 350cc, 400cc, 450cc and 498cc.
The Beta RR four-stroke engine received a new countershaft and new bearings. The 350RR also got a new piston with updated profiles and added lubrication holes.
The front forks were improved on 2014 Beta RR models with updated top fork caps, smaller cartridges and updated compression and rebound pistons.
The 2014 Beta RR two-strokes come equipped with a new front fender and redesigned seat base.
The 2014 Beta two-strokes come in 250cc and 300cc.
The 2014 two-stroke Beta frame was reworked to decrease stress at points along the frame that typically take the most abuse.
The 2014 four-stroke Betas also received frame enhancement. The light blue and yellow areas are places on the frame where engineers claim a 20% reduction of stress.
The 2014 Beta RS Dual Sports get the same reworked 48mm Sachs front forks as the RR models.
2014 Beta RS Dual Sports come with a cooling fan kit standard to keep engine temperatures down.
Beta's 2014 RS Dual Sports come with an aluminum body Sachs shock with reshaped adjustor, updated valving and a heavier spring.
New radiator shrouds are said to improve airflow around the engine head on the 2014 Beta RS line.
All three 2014 Beta RS Dual Sports come with a Trail Tech Voyager GPS unit, standard.
2014 Beta two-stroke gas tank holds up to 2.5 gallons.
2014 Beta RR four-stroke in action.
2014 Beta 250 RR
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