As far as the suspension, the Ollé R16V 41mm fork and Ollé R16V shock are both fairly stiff for the small riders it is intended for, which works great for aggressive off-road riding—at least to a certain point. The fork is nonadjustable and holds up well due to its firmness, but on hard hits, it feels slightly harsh and not very progressive. The shock is adjustable for preload and also pretty firm. Without clicker settings to make any sort of adjustments, 125 RR-S owners will have to opt a respring and a revalve of the Ollé units to fine-tune the Beta’s suspension to their liking. While I enjoy the firmer suspension setup for faster paced off-road riding, a softer setting would beneficial, especially for the target market and intended off-road usage the 125 RR-S seems to be geared toward.