2022 Beta EVO 2T from
Available in 125, 200, 250, 300 and 300SS
Beta presents the new EVO MY 2022.
Betamotor continues to fine-tune its Trial range, with upgrades for this year’s model impacting primarily the style and suspension of the bike.
The EVO has already received a series of major updates to the engine, frame, and suspension over its lifespan.
This is why for the MY 2022 version, Beta has decided to focus on the details, catering for the needs of a constantly evolving user base and accentuating the hallmark functionality and reliability of its models.
Beta’s experience gained in trial competitions contributes directly to the development of its products for the end user, as testified by the results obtained by the range in national and international championships.
Arriving DECEMBER 2021
EVO 125 $9,795.00
EVO 200 $9,995.00
EVO 250 $10,695.00
EVO 300 / EVO 300 SS $10,995.00
Beta launches the new EVO My 2022 on the market.
Over time, the Beta EVO has received a number of major improvements to its engine, chassis and suspension . The product proves to be a winner in competitions, where it represents the ideal basis for the preparations requested by pilots such as Matteo Grattarola, Benoit Bincaz, Lorenzo Gandola, Aniol Gelabert and Sondre Haga, who make up this year's Beta team.
For these reasons, Beta has decided to develop for the 2022 model those details that can satisfy users, to highlight the functionality and reliability that have always distinguished its models. The experience in the competition increases the capacity to develop the products dedicated to the end user and the results in the national and international championships confirm this.
The EVO range is one of the broadest in its category and continues to consist of no less than 6 models with their own personality, capable of satisfying the most varied needs of all motorcyclists:
Evo 80 2T Junior / Senior: The Evo 80 is the ideal motorcycle to approach this discipline. The Junior version is by far
the easiest motorcycle for children who are using a trial motorcycle with a combustion engine for the first time. For its part, the Senior version represents the link with the 125 model, sharing with it the size of the wheels and maintaining the
intention of the 80 cc engine.
Evo 125 2T: It is the smallest of the homologated motorcycles in the range. Light and handy, it is ideal for young pilots who come from lower classes and approach competitions “like adults”. It is the reference bike in this category.
Its engine performs well enough to safely overcome any obstacle, while remaining fun and easy to handle.
Evo 250 2T: This is the bike for those looking for a 2-stroke that is easy to handle and control, with a more docile character and slightly lower torque and power values than those of the high-end range. The Evo 250 is ideal for the enthusiast looking for maximum performance and, at the same time, maximum traceability and maneuverability of the motorcycle.
Evo 300 2T: The 300 2T is the top of the Evo range. The bike for fans of large displacement engines with high torque values at all revs and the ideal base for high-level racing. The chassis and engine have been sized to overcome the toughest obstacles and the toughest tracks. It is ideal for experienced pilots looking for maximum performance while remaining easy and immediate as soon as they “get in control”.
Evo 300 2T SS: This version, where SS means “Super Smooth” (super smooth), is the most transversal bike in the 2T range. An extremely fun product that retains the qualities of the larger displacement Beta engine, the 300cc, but softens it in the low-medium rev range compared to the standard version, to create, along with other small touches, an even more product fun and easy to drive even for the less experienced pilots.
Evo 300 4T: The 4-stroke model has the usual 300 cc displacement, the ideal compromise between performance, engine maneuverability and general ease of use. This engine adopts a different “driving philosophy” than its 2-stroke sisters. This is a motorcycle with a lot of torque, a highly progressive and linear power delivery, ideal
for fans looking for a motorcycle with which they can do both light races and touring.
Aesthetically, the bike has received a major graphic revision and some details , such as the handlebars, have changed color to give it a more modern and aggressive look.
The filter box is now red . Its operation has not changed, as has the specific TwinAir sponge filter. The filter can be accessed from the small top cap or by removing the rear flap in a few simple steps.
The chassis is also painted in the characteristic Beta Red , to highlight the beauty of the hydroformed aluminum frame, a hallmark of the EVO.
Suspension zone has been updated in fork trimto optimize the spring curve during the SAG and at the end of the stroke. For this, both the suspension settings and the amount of oil contained in the two rods have been revised, differentiating it between left and right. In fact, the EVO fork is said to be "asymmetrical" because the two stanchions have different internal volumes and functions. On the left side you can adjust the spring, changing the geometry, while on the right side you can adjust the hydraulics to manage the damping and the responsiveness of the front end. By differentiating and optimizing the oil volume between the two rods, it has been possible to improve progression and, therefore, the precision with which the motorcycle transmits the sensations to the rider.
The function of the map switcher remains the same. The EVO incorporates two engine maps that can be selected from the convenient button located on the tank cap. The position is easily accessible and at the same time protected from accidental shocks, in addition, thanks to the presence of an LED indicator, the map that has been entered can be immediately identified.
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