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2012 Beta Enduro range arrive

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Beta Motorcycle dealers nationally have just taken delivery of the 2012 range of RR Enduro bikes, with 350, 400, 450 and 498cc bikes on offer.

The RR range of fully ADR'ed road registerable bikes is in its third year of production and the Beta designed, engineered and built motors have proven themselves to be super reliable and offer extremely user friendly power.

This reliability and user friendliness has been further enhanced in 2012 with a new exhaust system giving better engine response across the entire rev range and a new Brembo clutch master cylinder, new clutch springs and primary gear give even smoother clutch control. Engine internals have continued to evolve with a stiffened cam bridge, reinforced valve retainers, a quieter cam chain tensioner and additional cam chain lubrication.

Larger diameter down tubing and strategic gusseting has resulted in a stiffer frame that reduces flex and increases handling predictability in extreme conditions. The new frame is complimented with a change to 48mm Sachs forks that use TFX - е© TwinFlux Technology, developed exclusively by Sachs for Beta. The new forks incorporate different diameter extension and compression pistons and .48Kg springs to provide improved smoothness throughout the stroke range.

New brake rotors, a new headlight shroud and return to traditional red plastics round out an impressive array of updates.

All dealers have current models in stock and most have demo bikes so that you can experience the Beta difference.

A list of dealers and a downloadable RR range brochure can be found at www.betamotor.com.au.

The bikes are very competitively priced with RRP's of RR350 $11,990, RR400 $12,190, RR450 $11,390 RR498 $12,490 (inc GST but Excl ORC).

The Beta RR450

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