The EVO Factory models represent the racing EVOlution of Beta’s trial bikes and, as usual, are being launched on the market in February, just before the start of the racing season, ready to compete at the highest levels.
George Hemingway’s World Championship (TR3 125), alongside the excellent results of Matteo Grattarola (TRIALGP) and Andrea Sofia Rabino (GP WOMEN), and in addition to the respective victories in national championships, reaffirm the excellent driveability and performance provided by the Factory model.
For Model Year 2024, some updates have been made which increase the model’s refinement, while maintaining its racing pedigree.
The highlights of the new Factory MY 24 models, in terms of the ENGINE and FRAME and SUSPENSION, are as follows:
The differences between the engines equipping Factory versions and standard versions are as follows:
• Magnesium crankcase with black finish: featuring a particularly eye-catching design, this component provides a weight reduction of 1,350 g, maximising the agility of the bike.
• Trimmed clutch discs: created specifically to maximise clutch precision and controllability in every possible situation and particularly to make the most extreme repetitive actions easier to manage even at high rpm, such as big obstacles and rear wheel hops. This ensures extreme precision every time.
• Black anodised engine oil plugs.
• Titanium exhaust: on the 250/300 models this provides a weight reduction of over 600 g, as well as ensuring greater performance at medium-high engine speeds thanks to its greater internal diameter.
The EVO Factory 125’s exhaust, once again made of titanium, stands out from that of the larger engine sizes due to its internal structure, with an initial conical section (cylinder side) providing an increase in torque and acceleration at low rpms.