2018 Beta 125 rr for sale

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    Some vids of first rides are showing up on YouTube. Im surprised at how much torque that seems to be coming out of a 125
     
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    will be nice to see if they come out with a 200!
     
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    Yea that's supposedly next... step by step...
     
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    I was surprised how much torque you can get out of woods tuned 125. My friend just picked up an immaculate 2015 Husqvarna TE125 for $3900 with 2 hours on it. I took it for a spin and was pleasantly surprised how much torque it has considering I weigh 212lbs. It pulled me around very well even crawling at low rpms playing around.
     
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    Heard Beta is bringing out a 200 2t enduro later this year.. based on the 125 platform.. We will see... guys were bummed ktm stopped their 200 sales.
     
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    I'm waiting patiently..
     
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    Well, latest intel for what its worth is late summer. Estart, no kicker, Sachs forks. For what will almost certainly be more than the 125RR, over $8K. Too much for too little IMO, gonna pass on this one.
     
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    I don't know why all the bikes are going "kickless", granted I never use mine, but it's nice to know it's there! I would be okay with Sachs if they could get their QC issues worked out. GasGas is looking better and better.
     
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    Even if Gasgas makes a decent bike no way am I buying one. Wait and see . I waited and watched with ktm gasgas and Beta in years past. It’s still Beta first the Husky, KTM, Gasgas Sherco then TM for me. Gasgas just went out of business and this is the first year in Gasgas transitioning . Duh. I’m not buying the 1st gen developed bike .
    The kick start thing is retarded as far as removal..but it’s driven by the publics craziness for light bikes. Its not logical. It’s a bummer that beta took thier kicker off and charges $400 to put a kit on. That being said I looked at our local Craigslist and saw a lightly ridden 15’ 250 rr for just over 5 grand. I don’t even think a new bike at this stage is that relevant. Anyone can buy a lightly used bike and just put the best of suspension and whatever mod to max out a bike for less than just buying a brand new bike. That’s what I see and that now goes for 17 husky and 17 Ktm aswell. This 125 is a very specific buy for a rider. The 200 Beta sounds like a great recipe too. Betas all sort of have that easy to ride power and handling. Still when the dust settles it’s hard to beat a 250 300 Beta.. but who knows.. Beta has hit its mark in the past. Some are going to buy a. 125 or 200 Beta no matter what it costs. We will see then.
     

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