Discover the 2022 Beta RR-S Dual-Sport range


Beta has revamped its RR-S line of street-approved dual-sport motorcycles for the 2022 model year to offer notable upgrades that improve the bike’s ability to roar without compromising on usability and street safety. Designed in collaboration with its factory in Italy, Beta claims that its 2022 model line is the ultimate off-road machine approved for the road.

Much like the previous iteration, the RR-S comes in four different engine sizes: 350cc, 390cc, 430cc and 500cc. Let’s take a closer look at some of the updates. For starters, some street-focused updates include a new LED headlight that has significantly improved nighttime visibility. The new lighthouse will also come in handy if you are the type of person who favors nocturnal adventures on the trails. Apart from a new headlight, the aesthetics of the motorcycle are updated thanks to a new graphics kit. Finished in an all-red pattern, the updated graphics on the RR-S line of bikes give it a racing aesthetic for the everyday rider.

Now Beta has worked hard to revamp the fundamentals of the bike to deliver even better off-road performance as well as on-road compliance. The RR-S receives an updated suspension setup including new compression damping settings that feature independent progressive damping rates. This allows the rider to individually fine-tune the damping setting at high and low speeds. The front forks have also been overhauled with updated valve settings to deliver even better performance and reduced friction for a smoother overall ride.

Discover the 2022 Beta RR-S Dual-Sport range

The 2022 Beta RR-S range of road-approved enduros now comes with a diaphragm clutch that offers lighter clutch traction while delivering progressive power. This setup is believed to reduce rider fatigue, allowing the rider to focus on the track in front of them. The new clutch system even offers some tuning flexibility, with riders having the option of choosing between three different clutch springs to suit their preferences.

Price-wise, the smallest of the lot, the 350 RR-S, sells for US $ 10,999. The two mid-range machines, the 390 RR-S and 430 RR-S, cost US $ 11,099 and US $ 11,199, respectively. Finally, the best-selling jack-of-all-trades, the 500 RR-S, sells for US $ 11,299.


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