The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is a full-size dirt bike from the Italian brand Beta for competitive racing. It is an enduro, off-road racing dirt bike similar to their standard enduro bikes. The Racing Edition is a spruced-up version with more racing-related features and tech for a better, quicker, and more powerful performance fit for racing on the tracks.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition does share a few similar features with the standard 300 RR—the basic design and look are identical and have more or less the same cosmetic features.
It is one of the best racing dirt bikes available in the market, and the various upgrades to the bike enhance its performance, comfort, control, look and feel and take it to a whole new level.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition adorns a racing theme, and the color scheme gives you all the vibes of a severe and superior dirt bike.
The combination of bright blue and blazing red perfectly creates a fiery and attractive visual. The new graphics specific to the Race Edition are decals on the wheels which pleasantly complement the bike.
The soft flat blue gripper seat has an anti-slip cover with a built-in pouch, offering the rider comfort and exceptional grip while tearing through the tracks at high speed.
The bike’s frame is a Molybdenum steel / Double Cradle with quick air filter access. It makes the chassis strong, durable, and lightweight for the rider to quickly maneuver the bike and make sharp turns.
The handlebar is well-shaped, allowing you to reach out easily without straining your back. Handguards are also mounted to protect your hands from dirt or debris while riding off-road in wooded areas. They are also more significant than the previous years and are sure to cover and guard your hands entirely.
The wheels are Metzeler Six Day Off Road tires that offer the best grip and traction on terrain and run well and smoothly in any condition.
Beta 300 RR Race Edition comes in one color:
Beta 300 RR Race Edition offers one variant option:
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a 292.6cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with counterbalance. It also comes with a BPV (Beta Power Valve) system.
The engine can deliver a power of 54 bhp and has a peak torque of 27.7 lb-ft @ 6,600 rpm. The engine delivers constant power and ensures a smooth-running bike on the tracks, hassle-free.
It has a bore and stroke of 73mm x 69.9mm and a compression ratio of 11:63:1.
The quick-release front axle pull is easily accessible and allows quick wheel changes for any racing condition. The front axle comes as a small alloy lever with red anodization.
Weighing 228 lb, Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a seat height of 929.6mm. It also comes with an electric start and a backup kick starter sold as an option.
The ZF hybrid rear sprocket is made from a light aluminum base with a jagged outer ring, giving it more durability and stability. The chain tensioner is also a red billet aluminum.
The Billet aluminum footpegs offer an excellent grip and are more expansive, which lets you rest your whole foot more comfortably. They also have stainless steel gripper pins.
The bike also has a black-anodized shift lever, brake pedal, and a billet-aluminum transmission filler cap with red anodization.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition come with a 6-speed transmission.
The front suspension is a 48 mm KYB AOS Closed Cartridge with adjustable compression & rebound. The rear suspension is a KYB 45 mm body with adjustable rebound and high/low speed on compression adjustment. Paired together, the KYB offers plush suspension and lets you ride through almost any obstacle without worrying about the impact.
The braking duties at the front are handle by 260mm Galfer rotor w/ 4-piston Nissin calipers, and the rear brakes are 240 mm Galfer rotor w/ 2-piston Nissin calipers. The brakes are predictable and come with so much power, and they react well, allowing for quick and sharp stopping.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is priced at $10,399, and the GasGas EX 300 also has a price tag of $10,399.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a 292.6cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with counterbalance and a 6-speed transmission.
The GasGas EX 300 has a 293.2cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine with a 6-speed transmission.
Fuel Tank Capacity and Mileage
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a fuel tank capacity of 2.5 gals and a mileage of 42 mpg. The GasGas EX 300 has a fuel tank capacity of 2.25 gals with an average mileage of 19 mpg.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a top speed of 60 mph. The GasGas EX 300 has a top speed of 45 mph.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is priced at $10,399, and the MR SIXDAYS France is priced at $10,999
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a 292.6cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with counterbalance and a 6-speed transmission. The MR Six Days France has a 299.3cc, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with a 6-speed gearbox and an oil-cooled starter system.
Fuel Tank Capacity and Mileage
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a fuel tank capacity of 2.5 gals and a mileage of 42 mpg. The MR Six Days France comes with a fuel tank capacity of 2.58 gals and a mileage of around 60 mpg.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition has a top speed of 60 mph. The MR Six Days France can touch a top speed of 40 mph.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is an excellent dirt bike choice for anyone who wants to go pro and needs a good quality, premium bike with racing features to give you that extra boost and power.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition comes with many features not available in the standard model, and this has a lot of advantages if you are a true motocross rider and love to race in the big leagues. It certainly does not disappoint, and with its new suspension system and other components, this bike is the perfect companion for you as you ride to the finish line.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is priced at $10,399.
The top speed of the Beta 300 RR Race Edition is 60 mph.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is a 2-stroke dirt bike.
The Beta 300 RR Race Edition is a full-sized adult racing dirt bike.
The Beta 300 RR Racing Edition is suitable for beginners. Still, the standard model is more than enough if you are a casual dirt bike rider.