American Beta is proud to announce the release of their new Evo 300 SS. The SS stands for “Super Smooth” as the bike has added features to enhance the Beta’s power delivery. This new model was developed here in the USA and is designed for riders wanting a softer power delivery.

Beta’s Marketing Manager Tim Pilg explains, “we now can offer two completely different trials bikes to our customers in the 300cc class. The new SS model fills a gap for rider’s looking for a softer power for mud, slippery rocks, or just wanting a softer powerband. The power delivery of the SS mimics that of our Evo 250 but with much more torque and power.”

The new 300 starts with the current model Evo with the following items added:

-Special titanium header designed for more torque

-Flywheel weight for more “chugability”

PASO ROBLES, CA – American Beta is proud to announce the 2012 Beta Off Road RR model line up with a complete range being offered for 2012 including 350, 400, 450, and 498 versions. (498RR formerly known as the 520RR)

Beginning with the 350RR, Beta feels this is the ultimate single-track motorcycle as its ability to change direction is unmatched while still offering enough torque and power for both play riders and racers. The 350 provides a “2-stroke feel” yet still offers the traction and smooth power delivery of a 4 stroke. Returning for 2012 are the proven 400, 450, and 498 RR models that have helped put Beta on the off road map. These models continue to impress the magazines as well as the riders that own them.

PASO ROBLES, CA – American Beta is offerring a limited production of Factory Specials born from the current Beta factory race team. Available in 400, 450, and 520 versions, these new models offer a host of factory Beta components.

Starting with the heart of the machine, the 100% Beta-built twin cam engine has been given a special base gasket to boost compression for even more torque as well as adding a couple ponies on the top end. Add to this Beta’s dual-map ignition system which enables riders to choose two different map settings depending on conditions. Throw in a complete Arrow Titanium exhaust system, some billet bling and you have the beginnings of a podium finish.

On the Chassis side of things, Beta raided their accessory department to build a top-shelf racer. Starting with the front, they added their 50mm Marzocchi factory closed-cartridge fork which includes hard-coated outer tubes as well as polished internal components providing incredibly smooth action. The forks are complimented by a billet clamp which includes two positions of offset adjustment topped off with our PHDS handlebar mounting system which incorporates elastomers to reduce vibration. At the end of the bars are a set of exclusive Beta handguards.