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Ital­ian mo­tor­cy­cle man­u­fac­turer Beta launches the new EVO MY 2020 tri­als model range onto the mar­ket with a claim of ‘ Su­pe­rior tech­nol­ogy’. Ex­ten­sive de­vel­op­ment and tech­ni­cal re­fine­ment work car­ried out by Beta engi­neers and test riders at their Tus­cany base last year re­sulted in the pro­duc­tion of an en­gine that pro­vides even more per­for­mance and re­li­a­bil­ity. The new EVO MY 2020 model range rep­re­sents a fur­ther evo­lu­tion of this suc­cess­ful ma­chine, es­pe­cially in terms of de­sign and er­gonomics.

With ex­pe­ri­ence gained over the years spent in com­pe­ti­tions at the high­est level, this year’s Beta Fac­tory Team, made up of Great Bri­tain’s James Da­bill and French rider Benoit Bin­caz, were able to trans­fer all that tech­no­log­i­cal know-how to the new ‘Trial’ range, so that both am­a­teurs and pro­fes­sion­als could get ac­cess to this highly-evolved mo­tor­cy­cle tech­nol­ogy.

The two-stroke ver­sion is avail­able in four dif­fer­ent en­gine sizes: 125cc, 200cc, 250cc, 300cc & 300cc SS (‘SS’ stands for ‘Su­per Smooth’ a model with a smoother char­ac­ter com­pared to the stan­dard ver­sion).

The pop­u­lar four-stroke model, on the other hand, comes with the usual 300cc en­gine which pro­vides an im­pec­ca­ble com­bi­na­tion of per­for­mance and ease-of-use, once again for riders of all abil­i­ties.

CHASSIS: Much at­ten­tion has been paid to the chassis de­sign and the all-im­por­tant look of the Evo MY 2020. It has been com­pletely re­vised, mak­ing it an even more at­trac­tive model.

NEW FRONT HEADLAMP COWL: Com­pletely redesigned for that de­ci­sive look and markedly rac­ing spirit.

NEW TANK COVER: Fully redesigned, fur­ther high­light­ing the hy­dro­formed alu­minum chassis that is a par­tic­u­lar fea­ture of the Evo mod­els.

NEW MAPPING SELECTOR SWITCH: With a rev­o­lu­tion­ary new de­sign, this has been moved from the front headlamp cowl to the new tank cover, mak­ing ac­cess and vis­i­bil­ity eas­ier. It now also has an LED in­di­ca­tor light mak­ing it much sim­pler to iden­tify which mapping is se­lected by the rider.

NEW REAR FENDER: A com­pletely redesigned shape with par­tic­u­lar at­ten­tion paid to the new LED tail­light.

NEW FRONT FORK SET­TING: Us­ing the ex­pe­ri­ence Beta gained with the 2019 Fac­tory model, the hy­draulics have been made even more pro­gres­sive. They have also in­tro­duced the abil­ity to fit a com­pres­sion ad­juster kit - al­ready fit­ted to the Fac­tory model range. NEW ANODIZED PARTS: Gear shift lever, foot brake lever, en­gine cylin­der head – Two-Stroke.

NEW GRAPHICS AND COLOURS: A fresh new ap­pear­ance comes from the aes­thet­ics to en­hance the com­pe­ti­tion ready ap­pear­ance.

EN­GINE: On all the two and four-stroke engines, in­clud­ing the 300 SS, Beta has re­vised and op­ti­mised the en­gine tim­ing ad­vance curves to im­prove en­gine re­spon­sive­ness and make the ma­chine eas­ier to ride at all lev­els of en­gine per­for­mance. The en­gine ob­vi­ously re­tains all the ma­jor up­dates it re­ceived in 2019, in­clud­ing the cylin­der with new ex­haust port geom­e­try and new tim­ing charts: Two-stroke, ex­cept the 125cc; Gearstop­per cam, two-stroke; New CDI con­trol two and four-stroke; New throt­tle four-stroke. To find out more about all the Beta tri­als mod­els have a look at the ad­vert in this mag­a­zine where you will find all the con­tact de­tails of the of­fi­cial UK im­porter.

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