2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke

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2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke
2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke



2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke Review

2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke on Totalmotorcycle.com

4-Stroke Sporty…

Items included with all Evo Sport models:
-Long Range fuel tank with built-in seat for trail riding
-Knobby tires
-Front fender lift kit to prevent mud packing into fender
-Updated clutch setting for a more aggressive engagement
-Beta hand guards
-Distance meter mounted on handlebars
-Larger countershaft sprocket for casual trail riding
-Special graphics

Beta continues to forward momentum with the 2014 Evo range of trial bikes starting with a new crankshaft and crankcase for the 300 2 stroke. This new crankshaft is thinner and larger diameter which moves the reciprocating mass closer to the center of the bike resulting in a more balanced feel while riding. The new 2 stroke range also benefits with a new triple clamp, wider foot pegs, and an innovative skid plate to protect the shock linkage. Also updated is the 250 and 300 4 stroke Evo models with an all new frame. This new Hydro-formed frame shares the design with their 2 stroke brother, allowing less flex, larger amount of fuel, and a slimmer feel.
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2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

Great performance, reliable and extremely versatile

After winning the 2013 125 class World Title and finishing third in the 2013 World Pro Championship, the 2014 BETA EVO arrives with a new elegant look. A combination of black and white, enriched with red details that highlight the technical and sporty spirit of the bike.

The 2014 EVO continues to be Beta’s well-balanced answer to the Trial competitor as well as the hobby riders who pay special attention to performance and reliability.

Remembering that the 2014 BETA EVO, both 2t and 4t, are 100% designed and built in Italy. Their engines feature undisputed technical characteristics, amazing reliability, and a cutting-edge aluminium frame.

BETA has learned from the experience of their Factory Trial Team and takes the advice of its customers to turn them into updates that refine the bike until the desired level of performance is reached.


 

 


 

2014 Beta Evo Sport 250 4-Stroke – Totalmotorcycle.com International Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $8,199 USD

Canada MSRP Price: $8,199 CDN
UK/European MSRP Price: £ See dealer for pricing in GBP / EUR

Engine

Type: Single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled
Bore: 77mm Stroke: 53.6mm
Displacement: 249.6cc
Compression Ratio: 11.5:1
Ignition: Electronic 12 volt, 85 watt w/ dual-map switch (aggressive or soft settings)
Spark Plug: NGK CR7EB
Lubrication: Internal oil pump w/ cartridge filter
Carburetor: Mikuni CV
Clutch: Wet multi-disc
Transmission: 5-speed


Chassis

Frame: Aluminum beam, single wave Hydro-Formed w/built in fuel tank
Wheelbase: 51.4”
Seat Height: 32”
Ground Clearance: 12.2”
Footrest Height: 13.6”
Dry Weight: 158.5 lbs. dry
Fuel Tank Capacity: 2 US gallons (both tanks)
Front Suspension: 38mm Paioli including hard-coated tubes
Rear Suspension: Single shock, aluminum bodied including linkage, adjustable dampening
Front Wheel Travel: 6.5”
Rear Wheel Travel: 7.1”
Final Gearing: 12t front, 42t rear
Front Brake: 185mm rotor w/ 4-piston caliper
Rear Brake: 160mm rotor w/ twin-piston caliper
Front/Rear Rim: 21” (Front) 18” (Rear)
Front/Rear Tire: Shinko knobby
Warranty: 6 month Limited Warranty


Specifications, features and prices to change by manufacturer without notice. All information correct as of posted date.

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