2013 Beta Evo Factory Price Details and Specs



Created as a reproduction of the motorcycle used by the Beta factory-supported race team, the all-new 2013 EVO Factory edition is a recreational bike equipped with competitive gear. Similar to the Beta EVO 2T models, the 2013 EVO Factory is refined for greater trail performance. A triple clamp aluminum frame gives form to the 2013 Beta EVO Factory covered by a black anodized coating. SFK forks are mounted on the front wheels of the 2013 Beta EVO Factory while the rear suspension features a single shock setup with emphasis on better handling. Michelin tires found standard on the 2013 Beta EVO Factory allows the rider to find maximum grip on the trail. Three engines displacement sizes are available for the 2013 Beta EVO Factory motorcycle. Propelled by a 124 cc engine, the 2013 Beta EVO Factory 125 is the introduction to the special edition trail motorcycle. Sharing the same characteristics of low-end torque, the 2013 Beta EVO Factory 250 is powered by a 249.7 cc engine. Featuring a titanium exhaust manifold, a new clutch and an improved kickstart ratio, the 2013 Beta EVO Factory 300 is given a 297.1 cc powerplant. The use of magnesium crankcases with the 2013 Beta EVO Factory range of engines shaves roughly 3.3 pounds from the motorcycle.

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