2013 250/300 RR & Race Ed. 2-Stroke

Beta two-strokes covered both lightness and chuggability. Both the 250RR and 300RR can drop way down in the revs without any threat of stalling and that is a huge benefit in the tight stuff. I love how you can lug these bikes up hills or rocks with great feel and control of what the rear wheel is doing. The 250RR has a smooth power delivery down low that comes to life with a crack of the wrist. It is very easy to control in the tight stuff and has plenty of torque for any situation. Where the 250 is smooth down low and then revs quick when you twist the throttle, the 300 revs slower, but gives you more torque and instant power right off idle. This is a plus for the bigger riders, but does require a little more respect for throttle control. If you do want more of a hit or smoother power, the delivery can be changed by adjusting the power valve. We didn’t get a chance to try it out on this day, but look forward to playing around with it. Another great feature is the electric starter.

2013 250/300 RR & Race Ed. 2-Stroke by Category