American Beta is proud to present its seven-bike, 2010 lineup of Italy’s finest off-road, dual-sport Supermoto motorcycles, which is scheduled to arrive in dealer showrooms in December.
Taking things to the next level, Beta is delivering all-new competition-ready enduro motorcycles featuring engines designed and built in-house, bolted into all-new chassis. In addition, the company’s 50-state-legal dual-sport models have also been updated.
Beta 400cc, 450cc, 520cc
An extremely important step forward for 2010 is the introduction of Beta’s all-new 2010 Beta RR Enduro models, which have brand new 400, 450, and 520cc engines and chassis. This is part of American Beta’s seven-bike, 2010 lineup that includes some of Italy’s finest off-road, dual-sport and Supermoto motorcycles.
Baja 500 Winnner
Fresh off a win in the Baja 500 and FIM World Enduro podium finishes, Beta is taking things to the next level for 2010 with engines designed and built in-house, bolted into an all-new chassis.
More technical details and other information about the revamped 2010 Beta RR model lineup will be released in the coming weeks when American Beta launches a major update of its website, AmericanBeta.com. These next-generation Betas are scheduled to hit showroom floors in December.
When the dust settled on the 41st annual SCORE International Baja 500, a Beta Motorcycles dealer-sponsored team won the series’ premier Open Pro Motorcycle class on a Beta 450 RR.
In Baja’s extreme terrain and weather conditions, where the temperature reached more than 100 degrees, Threat Racing’s near-stock 450 RR ran flawlessly. In 432 grueling miles, the bike needed just an air filter and a rear tire throughout nine hours and 33 minutes of punishment.
Italian with Austrian Power
Versatility and flexibility are virtues never to be under-estimated. In a world of fragmented off-road riding opportunities, the high-performance dual-sport machine has become the necessary alternative to obsolescing dirt-only motorcycles.