The Spanish brand GASGAS has entered the KTM orbit, and it has completely renewed the Enduro and Motocross range by exploiting the technical basis of the Group. GASGAS has also updated its much-appreciated trial bikes, among the most competitive one on the market today. For 2021 the Spanish based brand has a lineup of 19 models. Even too many for Rambo, he would have lost himself in the choice!
They are red, aggressive and with engines at the top of the range. They are already Euro 5: we are talking about EC 250 and 300, and EC-F 250 and 350. They’re high-qualit,y with engines equipped with electronic injection, steel frames but with aluminum subframe and swingarm. The 2 strokes are powerful and very light while the 4 strokes are very fast and stable. They all have 8.5-liter tanks that give you long, non-stop rides from the gas station. By the way, on the 2 strokes, no premix needed!
It's in the DNA of GASGAS and they offer a complete 2-stroke range of 125cc, 250cc, 280cc and 300cc bikes. Loved by trial riders all over the world, the GASGAS TXT RACING and GP change colors. While the frame and graphics remain red, the front and rear fenders, the airbox and the headlight mask are now white. So far, the REIGER monoshock that was only fitted to top-of-the-range TXT GP models, is now also standard on the TXT RACING range for Europe.
And if you love motocross, you should take a look at the the three bikes they have in their lineup: there's the MC 125, which is very light but fast, with an output of 40 hp produced by the 2-stroke engine. Then there's the 250 4-stroke MC-F, with 46 hp, which is a perfect bike for beginners, but also for the most savvy riders. And at the top of the range, for those with strong arms and hearts, there's the MC 450F:it has been created to battle in the MXGP. All the motocross bikes have a steel frame, aluminum swingarm and subframe, electronic injection, and an electric starter on the 4 strokes.
Every GasGas bike has a great price, below its best competitors. But this is of little interest to John, he doesn't pay for his bike.