2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard

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2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard
2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard

2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard Review

2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard

The new RR 125 Motard inherits the spirit of the greatest Beta bikes of the past, completing and innovating it to appear as the right bike to try out the first Motard-labelled emotions. The brand new RR125 Motard shows off an even more racing and aggressive design. And it’s not over yet: this model present several innovations such as a new braking system, a new exhaust system, a new digital dashboard and more.


2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard – Features

Provided by a solid and basic frame, RR 125 Motard surprises for its aggressive and handy attitude. It proves to be a real Motard in all respects.



2013 Beta RR 125 4T Motard – International Specifications/Technical Details
MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing

Frame steel double cradle frame
Wheel base 1370 mm
Max length 2065 mm
Max width 820 mm
Max height 1230 mm
Seat height 920 mm
Ground clearance 310 mm
Footrest height 378 mm
Dry weight 103 kg
Fuel tank capacity 5,7 l.
Reserve 1 l.
Front suspension Hydraulic fork with ø41 mm shaft
Rear suspension Monoshock with adjustable spring preload
Shock absorber stroke 52 mm
Front wheel travel 250 mm
Rear wheel travel 205 mm
Front brake disc ø260 mm
Rear brake disc ø220 mm
Front rim 21 x 1,6 – 36 holes
Rear rim 18 x 1,85 – 36 holes
Front tyre 110/80-17
Rear tyre 130/70-17

Type Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air cooled
Bore 54,0 mm
Stroke 54,0 mm
Displacement 124cc
Compression ratio 10:1
Ignition Electronic Moriyama F5HH
Spark plug NGK R CR7 HSA
Lubrication Forced with pump
Feeding Unleaded gasoline
Carburettor Mikuni UCAL 5Nh ø26-38
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch
Primary trasmission Z. 20/68
Transmission 5 speed
Secondary trasmission Z. 14/50
Engine oil SAE 15W/50

*specifications subject to change without notice.

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