2023 Beta EVO Trials Bikes

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Beta presents the new EVO MY 2023.

16/20XL/125/200/250 EVO

With the TR, ZERO, TECHNO, REV and, more recently, EVO, Beta has set the benchmark in the trials world since 1979, when it presented its TR 50 at the Milan Motorcycle Show. Forty years of evolution later, and with a history of great riders and victory in the highest Trials championship classes, not to mention the satisfaction of users that ride the bike in a non-professional capacity all around the world, the EVO was born, the most high-performance Beta Trial of all time. An inspired project that, thanks to all the subsequent innovations relating to the chassis, engine, graphics and electronics, has proved particularly successful for the Italian manufacturer.
For the EVO MY 2023, Beta has decided to further develop its models, both functionally and aesthetically, reserving the most radical engine updates for its premier model. All modifications that are introduced to satisfy ever evolving consumers, as tastes and riding styles change, and to reaffirm that functionality and reliability for which the models have always stood out.  
The 2023 update confirms the ongoing commitment that Beta shows in the trials arena, a discipline that is of fundamental importance to the Tuscan brand. The introduction of a series of premium components highlights the end goal, which is that all new-generation trial riders are able to fully enjoy the EVO's capacities, whether in competition or when trail riding.
The EVO range is one of the most extensive in this class, and continues to offer a total of six different models, each with its own character and able to meet the needs of all riders, raising the potential and level of enjoyment that each experience:

Evo 80 2 Str Junior/Senior

Evo 125 2 Str

Evo 250 2 Str

The Evo 80 is the ideal bike for newcomers to the sport. The Junior version is by far the easiest bike to use for young riders taking to the saddle of a combustion-engined trial bike for the first time. The Senior version on the other hand is an intermediate step between the smaller bike and the bigger 125 model, sharing the same wheel size with the latter while keeping the intuitive manageability of the 80 cc engine. The smallest homologation- ready bike in the range. Light and agile, this is perfect for young riders moving up from lesser classes and making their first forays into more serious competitions. The benchmark bike in its class. The engine delivers enough performance to overcome any obstacle in safety, while still being fun and easy to handle. This is the ideal bike for riders looking for an agile and easily controllable 2-stroke, with a more docile temperament and with slightly less power and torque than the range-topping model. The Evo 250 is ideal for the amateur looking for class- beating                 performance combined with precisely manageable power and impeccable ride-ability.


Evo 300 2 Str

Evo 300 2 Str SS

Evo 300 4 Str

The 300 2 Str is the range- topping model in the Evo family. A bike for lovers of big capacity engines with impressive torque at all engine speeds, and the perfect base for competing even at pro levels. The size of both the frame and the engine have been optimized to maximize the ability of the bike to overcome even the most challenging obstacles and the most technically difficult trials. The ideal solution for expert riders looking for bike with class-beating performance, but which is intuitive and easily

manageable from the moment you get into the saddle.

With SS standing for “Super Smooth”, this is the model with the broadest appeal in the whole 2-stroke range. A bike that extremely fun to ride with all the main traits of the biggest Beta engine - the 300 cc unit - but with more tempered power delivery at low to mid engine speeds than the standard version which, together with a series of other minor tweaks, make this an even more enjoyable and easy- to-use machine for the less experienced rider.

The 4-stroke model also boasts an engine capacity of 300 cc, and strikes the perfect balance between              performance, tractable engine power and overall usability. This engine embraces a completely different approach to riding than its 2-stroke siblings. With plenty of torque and linear, extremely progressive power delivery, this is the perfect bike for the amateur looking for a machine suitable for less challenging competitive use and motorcycle mounting climbing.

The 2-stroke version is available in four displacements: 125, 250, 300 and 300 SS. “SS” stands for “Super Smooth”. This means that thanks to additional weight on the flywheel for increased inertia and other small measures, this version is more manageable at medium-low revs if compared to the Standard version – still maintaining the racing nature at higher revs, just like her Standard sister. This makes the SS extremely easy and entertaining to ride.
The 4-stroke version comes in the usual 300cc displacement, which enables to perfectly combine performance and manageability.

Let's take a look at the innovation features that make up the new Model Year.

New features introduced across the entire range include:
•    Radiator grille: completely redesigned. As well as optimizing the air flow directed to the radiator, it also boasts a greater protective surface in the cap and radiator body area, to prevent these components from sustaining damage when in contact with branches, stones or in the case of a fall.
•    Tank cover: with a new design. The shape better envelops the frame and allows all the cable routing to be covered, for a clean and more orderly look. And this new form also effectively incorporates the mapping switch. The EVO offers a choice of two different engine maps that the rider can select with a convenient button on the tank cover. This location makes the button easy to reach while offering protection against knocks and unintentional operation, while an LED indicator lets the rider immediately identify which map is currently in use.
•    Graphics: the bike's look and performance are accentuated in equal measure with the latest EVO update. The geometric graphics and new anodized aluminum swingarm ensure an elegantly natural look reminiscent of the racing world. The frame is painted in distinctive Beta red to accentuate the beauty of the hydro-formed aluminum structure, a hallmark feature of the EVO. The filter box is now black again but remains the same functionally-speaking, as does the dedicated TwinAir foam filter. The fork sheaths are now in characteristic Beta red.

For EVO 250/300 2T:

The larger volume Beta 2T engines have undergone significant updates, all implemented in order to improve vehicle performance and ride-ability, in line with the Beta philosophy. The new components equipping the EVO 2023 include:•    Crankshaft and piston rod, the latter with an interaxle spacing that is reduced by 1.5 mm for a length of 114.5 mm. These new components offer multiple benefits, both on the performance side, for more rounded delivery, and in terms of the vehicle's dynamics. The bike is more manageable thanks to a reduction in its weight and alternating masses. Handling is improved while vibration is reduced.
•    Cylinder: brand new. For this component, the timing has been revised to improve the torque at low engine speeds, while the overall weight is reduced.
•    Cylinder head: The new combustion chamber improves delivery at low speeds, making it more progressive and tractable, while retaining the same engine performance at mid-high speeds.
•    Engine map: the engine mapping has been optimized, particularly the ignition map, in order to set up the components in the best possible way and exploit the power and tractability for which they stand out.

Freight & PDI is included, taxes not included in pricing.
Price shown is based on the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) and is subject to change without notice.