2024 BETA Evo 300 2-Stroke
Price excludes $400 PDI $600 Freight $150 Doc
Beta is launching the EVO My 2024 with an original graphical release with a refined aesthetic impact that makes this new model both judiciously racing-styled and elegant.
The skillful use of red, in this case used to enhance the grey coloured base instead of as a primary element, exalts the bike’s volumes and embellishes the original aesthetic appearance of the vehicle. The mill-finish aluminium swingarm and frame emphasizes the bike’s strong links with racing, where the materials are pure and everything is designed for maximum performance.
Thanks to the innovations introduced with the previous Model Year, which make the EVO range stand out right at the top of the Trial sector, all recent additions to the bike are confirmed for 2024, with updates however to the aesthetic impact, with new graphics which are released from the traditional Beta red.
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 Rideability.
Evo My 2024 also retains all the recent additions to the vehicle in the various engine sizes, which confirm the functionality of the tried and tested technical package, more specifically:
- Redesigned radiator grille: as well as optimizing the air flow, it also boasts a greater protective surface in the cap and radiator body area, to prevent these components from sustaining damage from impacts with branches, stones or in the case of a fall.
- Tank cover: the shape envelops the frame and allows all the cable routing to be covered, for a clean and more orderly look. The mapping switch is also located inside it. It is, indeed, worth remembering that 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.
- Rear shock: the EVO shock comes complete with all the adjustments a rider needs to tailor the bike and identify the ideal set-up but, with the latest evolutionary step implemented, the bike is significantly improved in terms of its progressiveness, responsiveness and damping.
- Crankshaft and piston rod with reduced interaxle spacing for more rounded delivery and improved vehicle dynamics.
- Cylinder and head: overhauled timing and combustion chamber, providing improved torque at low rpms, while retaining engine performance at higher speeds.
- Engine map: optimized in order to set up the components in the best possible way and exploit the engine’s power and docility.
- Exhaust manifold: a manifold protection has been installed to avoid any overheating and to protect the manifold from impacts. As well as being functional, this rounds out the bike’s overall look (also on 125 two-stroke).