27/09/2013 By Marty Off

2014 Trials release

Quality and performance with 2014 release bikes

Beta have just released details and photos of the 2014 Trials line-up. Improving on the breed, the 2014 Evo range host a variety of upgrades to re-enforce the position of the bike as a equally great Club and High performance trials machine.

Again they have drawn from the Factory Trial Team to make the refinements.

Chassis updates

  • Black frame
  • New triple clamps in a sleeker format designed to reduce friction on the pinch area
  • Pinch bolt as a top steering nut replacement to aid in steer bearing adjustments
  • Lower and closer clamps to aid bar flex and comfort
  • Low friction SKF fork seals across the range
  • New valving for a better feel
  • Longer rear shock with Factory inspired valving to match the front fork changes
  • New skid plate which is lighter and more agile on the larger obstacles
  • New rear shock linkage guard
  • Shorter exhaust for smoother power at lower RPM allowing higher revs when required
  • New muffler mounting system (same as 2013 Factory Edition)
  • New footpegs with a more appealing designs and more resistant to mud packing
  • Better mapping on the 300cc to suit the engine changes

Engine Updates (300cc only)

  • New primary ratio for faster clutch spin and smoother engagement
  • New water pump drive gear for quieter operation
  • Lighter clutch puill
  • Smaller kick gear for easier starting
  • 11/41 changed to 10/42 to suit the primary gear ratio change
  • New crankshaft with larger diameter flywheels that are lighter to aid in vibration reduction/ flywheel inertia reduction
  • Larger Con rod pin
  • New main cases to suit the crank and a new centre gasket for better sealing
  • Cylinder head bleed screw to aid in coolant changes

We expect delivery to Australia in Early December with prices to be announced soon.