Beta is launching the Euro 4 version of its Alp 4.0 model onto the market.
The updates made to this model are not just about reducing pollutant emissions as required by the new homologation standard (which currently provides for a single-seater only), they also made changes to the bike’s design and engineering.
The new Alp 4.0 comes in two new colors (black or white) which combine with the red frame to make it even more eye-catching and up-to-date.
The front suspension settings have also been updated and are now ideal for taking on any terrain in maximum comfort.
A lot of work has also gone into the braking system, which now features a front Nissin caliper, ensuring excellent feel and power. The rear brake caliper now has a smaller piston to boost its performance.
A new engine control unit with OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) has been introduced (enabling the collection of general diagnostic data), as has a new digital instrument panel.
Moreover, the new single-beam frame with double cradle and lighter rear swingarm make the bike agile, maneuverable and extremely easy to ride.
With its revamped look and technical improvements, the new Alp 4.0 retains all of the key features which have long made it an off-road success story.
Highly suited to alpine riding along mountain tracks and snow-covered roads, this bike is also great for urban commuting. All this comes with very low running costs which compare very favorably with other specialized off-road models.