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Beta EVO 2018

Beta EVO 2018 UK

Ever-increasing technical refinement
 

 


The new Evo My 2018 trials range – which builds and improves on the previous versions – is about to hit the market. Beta’s engineers have been hard at work on the fine details, resulting in bikes that now provide outstanding levels of technical refinement, performance and reliability.
As always, the hallmark of the Beta family is sharp-edged efficiency for both pros – from regional championships through to world championships – and less expert amateur riders.
The 2-stroke range offers four different engine sizes: 125, 200, 250 and 300.
The 4-stroke version, instead, has a 300cc power unit and offers a sound and power delivery alternative to the 2-stroke models thanks to user-friendly engine design.


 
The new bike will be unveiled at the Trial World Championship event being held at Arco di Trento, Italy, on 16 – 17 September.

Evo 2T
 
All the 2-stroke versions have the following new features, designed to give the bikes a more technically polished feel.
Engines boast new low-friction main bearings that reduce energy loss and thus improve low-rev performance.
A look at the suspension shows that both rear shock and front fork have been calibrated to give greater progression, absorbing and dampening major impacts with even greater efficiency. Both front fork legs now use the same amount of oil to help simplify servicing.
The wheels feature hubs that have been reinforced in the disc and sprocket attachment areas to boost impact-resistant reliability.
The design has also been overhauled, with new graphics and colors on the anodized aluminum frame and black wheels with white/red decals.Evo 4T
 
The 300 4T (four-stroke) engine has undergone further development, resulting in a new twin-spark control unit – this ensures improved combustion to boost performance and throttle response precision – and a spark plug with a new electrode, which now protrudes further into the combustion chamber. This gives more immediate, precise ignition, ensuring cleaner carburetion under all riding conditions.
A larger oil pump has also been introduced, reducing engine braking significantly and completely eliminating the on-off effect at low revs. Moreover, the internal exhaust layout has been revised, sharpening engine performance and linearity to ensure outstanding consistency across the entire bike handling range.
A look at the suspension shows – as on the 2T – that both rear shock and front forkhave been calibrated to give greater progression, absorbing and dampening major impacts with even greater efficiency. Both front fork legs now use the same amount of oil to help simplify servicing.
The wheels feature hubs that have been reinforced in the disc and sprocket attachment areas to boost impact-resistant reliability.
The design has also been overhauled, with new graphics and colors on the anodized aluminum frame and black wheels with white/red decals.

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Prices and availability end of September/early October
 
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