2021 Beta RR ‘Racing’ Models: Pricing Revealed
A couple of weeks back, we got our first look at Beta’s up-specced 2021 RR Racing range, which now comes in eight versions, thanks to this year’s first-time addition of a 200cc two-stroke.
Compared with its ‘standard’ RR model counterparts, the RR Racing models from the Italian manufacturer get a Kayaba AOS 48mm fork, an updated ZF shock absorber, black anodised triple clamps, black CNC footpegs, rear sprocket with anodised aluminium core and steel teeth, red CNC chain tensioner blocks, Racing seat with timecard pocket, black anodised gear-shift and brake pedals, red anodised engine components, Racing graphics, and a new expansion chamber on the 125cc two-stroke. Plus, to save weight, the two-stroke Racing models don’t run the RR models’ oil injection system (though it can be installed as an optional genuine accessory).
In short, Beta engineers have focused on developing a high-end component spec, incorporating both aesthetic and functional upgrades to reduce weight and improve performance for the more race-oriented (and/or cashed-up) customer.
Beta Motorcycles Australia has now confirmed the pricing for these eight 2021 RR Racing models, whose price tags are now $1500 and $1700 more than their standard two- and four-stroke counterparts, respectively. RRPs for the 2021 Racing models are between $0 and $200 up on their 2020 equivalents.
Beta’s 2021 RR Racing models will be available on Australian dealers’ floors from December. With strong demand for these up-specced machines, Beta Motorcycles Australia is recommended anybody interested should contact their local Beta dealer.