Beta Reveals Factory-Spec 2021 Trial Bikes
These days, when you think about Beta, you tend to think world-class enduro machines, driven by a bunch of Enduro World Championship titles and a progressive-minded design team at the Italian factory.
But let’s not forget that Beta’s roots are in trials bikes – the machines that they’ve been historically best known for since the company was founded in 1905 – or the fact these trick little stunt machines have also seen significant developments over the past few years.
Midway through 2020, we got our first look at Beta’s 2021 EVO range – the standard-spec models. More recently, Beta has revealed its up-specced 2021 EVO Factory models – which come with engine and rolling chassis refinements that the Italians flamboyantly claim “creates a vehicle with pure racing soul”.
Beta’s 2021 EVO Factory range comes in four different engine options – three two-stroke versions (125, 250 and 300cc) and one four-stroke (300cc) – each of which are said to have “its own distinctive personality, making the Factory range suitable for the riding characteristics of each type of rider”.
According to Beta Australia’s Marketing Manager, Nic Gow, the 2021 EVO Factory range will start arriving in Australian dealers in April, with price tags as follows:
- EVO 125 2T Factory – RRP: $10,895
- EVO 200 2T Factory – RRP: $10,995
- EVO 250 2T Factory – RRP: $11,495
- EVO 300 2T Factory – RRP: $11,795
- EVO 300 4T Factory – RRP: $TBA
For details about the upgrades introduced to Beta’s 2021 EVO Factory models, check out the BetaMotor Australia’s website.