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Just 25 available on BYOB at 11am Friday.

 

We are excited to inform you about the limited edition Steve Holcombe Replica bike, which is based off of the Enduro World GP championship winning 300 RR Race Edition that Holcombe has used to secure back to back world titles.

 

There will only be 25 out of 200 available in the United States!

 

They will be sold on a first come, first serve basis through the BYOB program You can secure yours with a $500.00 deposit. You can select the bike as sold, or add additional features. They will be available to order this Friday on the BYOB website at 11:00 AM Pacific time. They are going to go Fast So don't Miss it!

 

Here is a list of additional features compared to the standard Race Edition:

 

- Numbered and signed metal plate (with authenticity certificate)

- Reikon handlebar and handlebar protection

- Fully machined footrest with steel pins

- Fully machined triple clamps

- Fully machined brake pedal

- Fully machined gear shift lever

- Racing chain guide

- Fully machined quick-release rear brake caliper support

- Factory rear shock preload adjuster

- Fully machined red cover for clutch and front brake master cylinder

- Rear brake racing disc

- Steve Holcombe special grippy seat cover

- Steve Holcombe grip set

- Simplified wiring harness

- Red radiator silicone hoses

- Steve Holcombe 49T sprocket

- Steve Holcombe hand guard set

- Steve Holcombe graphics

- Metzeler tires

 

Availability: February of 2019

 

MSRP: $9,999.00

Destination Charge: $379.00

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It’s not that much different than a race edition but it’s got cool stuff on it. That’s the best. I’d get one if I didn’t have one already that is not that far different . I got too many bikes but still would want more !!! :ride:

One thing that is bullshit though. Holcombes bikes ALL had a kickstarter on. This one doesn’t.

 

 

 

2 hours ago, OscarFox said:

I'm not fast enough to own one of those

Sure you are!!!:thumbsup::ride:

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HDR said: One thing that is bullshit though. Holcombes bikes ALL had a kickstarter on. This one doesn’t.

I agree with ya' HDR -- that's why I bought a 17 model.

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2 hours ago, Skoalman said:

HDR said: One thing that is bullshit though. Holcombes bikes ALL had a kickstarter on. This one doesn’t.

I agree with ya' HDR -- that's why I bought a 17 model.

Ya saved around $450 :excuseme::ride:My 15’300 rr has one. 

Id still buy though.  Holcombe edition plus the kicker :thumbsup:

Spot dem kickers!

 

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Very nice, but mostly functionally insignificant differences.  Just a race model with even more bling, but bling sells.  JMO but they should build a limited amount of XC bikes to test the waters of the North American market.

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4 hours ago, GP said:

Very nice, but mostly functionally insignificant differences.  Just a race model with even more bling, but bling sells.  JMO but they should build a limited amount of XC bikes to test the waters of the North American market.

I’d like to nab one of these used from someone who thought they needed it but will never ride it. :D

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Its too pretty, blinged out, and $$ to rape it in the rocks.  Plus, $10K entry fee and then another $1K of stuff I'd REALLY need to made it reliable and survivable (kickstart and all the armor).  A really bad deal in my case, but that's just me.  If I could get a 200RR with KYBs, a kicker, and no other crap(XC style) I'd find the $$.

If I wanted another pretty Italian bike I'd buy another Ducati.  Miss my Hypermotard, the real Italian princess.

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19 hours ago, BassMan said:

 

Just 25 available on BYOB at 11am Friday.

 

We are excited to inform you about the limited edition Steve Holcombe Replica bike, which is based off of the Enduro World GP championship winning 300 RR Race Edition that Holcombe has used to secure back to back world titles.

 

There will only be 25 out of 200 available in the United States!

 

They will be sold on a first come, first serve basis through the BYOB program You can secure yours with a $500.00 deposit. You can select the bike as sold, or add additional features. They will be available to order this Friday on the BYOB website at 11:00 AM Pacific time. They are going to go Fast So don't Miss it!

 

Here is a list of additional features compared to the standard Race Edition:

 

- Numbered and signed metal plate (with authenticity certificate)

- Reikon handlebar and handlebar protection

- Fully machined footrest with steel pins

- Fully machined triple clamps

- Fully machined brake pedal

- Fully machined gear shift lever

- Racing chain guide

- Fully machined quick-release rear brake caliper support

- Factory rear shock preload adjuster

- Fully machined red cover for clutch and front brake master cylinder

- Rear brake racing disc

- Steve Holcombe special grippy seat cover

- Steve Holcombe grip set

- Simplified wiring harness

- Red radiator silicone hoses

- Steve Holcombe 49T sprocket

- Steve Holcombe hand guard set

- Steve Holcombe graphics

- Metzeler tires

 

Availability: February of 2019

 

MSRP: $9,999.00

Destination Charge: $379.00

 

 

 

So after getting this bike what would you do to add to it? 

 

 

 

 

Id go the beta factory suspension tuning.. revalve and springs. That’s a simple one to start. 

Boano brake pedal.. those don’t break.. it bends and you bend it back. 

ptech combo skid plate pipe guard or custom  pipe guard

different grips 

I might get some rear offset pegs

maybe big radiators, guards and a fan. 

Stainless steel spokes and a wider rear 2.5” rim

maybe bars that a little higher?

I think that’s about everything that I can think of.  

It’s a beautiful bike and it’s functional and set up for me is the goal. That bike looks like the best bike to me. I’ve always liked the red Beta look and I like a beautiful bike in hard trails and everywhere for mx or anything. I think it’s even more cool to see a trick beautiful bike in the ugliest gnar. 

Here’s Teasdales hard enduro Beta race edition. Looks nice..

https://enduro21.com/index.php/extreme/2916-travis-teasdale-joins-beta-s-extreme-enduro-team

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, GP said:

Its too pretty, blinged out, and $$ to rape it in the rocks.  Plus, $10K entry fee and then another $1K of stuff I'd REALLY need to made it reliable and survivable (kickstart and all the armor).  A really bad deal in my case, but that's just me.  If I could get a 200RR with KYBs, a kicker, and no other crap(XC style) I'd find the $$.

If I wanted another pretty Italian bike I'd buy another Ducati.  Miss my Hypermotard, the real Italian princess.

I know!!  I really like this bike, but I dont think I could bring myself to ride it like I do my 300.  Would be expensive garage art....  So sexy though.

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10 hours ago, GP said:

If I could get a 200RR with KYBs, a kicker, and no other crap(XC style) I'd find the $$.

I know somebody that could make that happen 😉

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3 hours ago, RichBaker said:

Good thing all those parts are fully machined.....

AKA "machined from billet"

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