BETA 2022 EVO 2T 300cc / 250cc


Following a path of continuous improvement and fine-tuning, the Evo 2021 has been updated with various modifications aiming to even better performance and easier uWith a completely renewed look, the EVO My 2021 looks more modern and aggressive.

The technical improvements affected in particular the suspensions setting, both in the front fork and in the shock absorbers. For the fork, the enhanced hydraulic calibration provides a more progressive approach when facing major obstacles, along with a better absorption capacity of small bumps. The shock absorber hydraulic has also been revised, especially to guarantee a better balancing and a pitching reduction, particularly when encountering a series of small bumps.

Carburation has been revised on all 2- and 4-stroke versions, including the 300 SS, ensuring a better rideability at all conditions. Consequently, the ignition mapping has also been improved, resulting in more linear and foreseeable reactions of the engine.



300cc: Price on request either (by Air Freight) or (by Sea Freight)

250cc: Price on request either (by Air Freight) or (by Sea Freight)

The 2022 Beta Evo lineup of observed trials bikes has five models to choose from: 300cc / 250cc / 125cc / 80cc 2-strokes, and a single big-bore 4-stroke.

The fork settings are new in two ways: The focus is on performance at the extreme ends of the travel. Beta has changed the oil level in the fork tubes. Additionally, suspension valving settings are new. The changes result in “much-improved progressiveness of the fork and a more precise response.” As before, the left leg handles springing, while the right leg houses valving.

The paint and plastic are now red with white and black accents. For the first time, the plastic airbox is red. Also, the previously silver handlebar is now black.

Beta has changed its trials bike naming convention. The displacement number used to come before Evo, which is often the case with European brands. Now, Evo follows the displacement. The 2021 Beta 300 Evo becomes the 2022 Beta Evo 300.

No prices have been determined for the 2022 Beta Evo lineup. However, we do know that they will be at Beta dealers in November.


  1. Type: Single-cylinder 2-stroke
  2. Displacement: 297cc (250: 250cc; 200: 195cc; 125: 125cc)
  3. Bore x stroke: 79 x 60.5mm (250: 72.5 x 60.5mm; 64 x 60.5mm; 54 x 54.4mm)
  4. Compression Ratio: 10.9:1 (300 SS: 10:1; 250: 9:1; 200: 11.4:1; 125: 15.9:1)
  5. Induction: Reed valve
  6. Fueling: 28mm Keihin PWK carburetor
  7. Cooling: Liquid
  8. Starting: Kick
  9. Lubrication: Premix
  10. Transmission: 6-speed
  11. Clutch: Hydraulically actuated w/ cush-drive basket


  1. Frame: Hydro-formed single aluminum beam w/ integrated fuel tank
  2. Front suspension; travel: Fully adjustable 38mm Paioli fork; 6.5 inches
  3. Rear suspension; travel: Linkage-assisted adjustable shock; 7.1 inches
  4. Front tire: 2.75 x 21; Dunlop D803F
  5. Rear tire: 4.00 x 18; Dunlop D803GP
  6. Front brake: 185mm disc w/ 4-piston caliper
  7. Rear brake: 160mm disc w/ 2-piston caliper


  1. Wheelbase: 51.4 inches
  2. “Seat” height: 26 inches
  3. Ground clearance: 12.2 inches
  4. Fuel capacity: 3 quarts
  5. Dry weight: 146 pounds (200 and 125: 145 pounds)