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KICKSTART YOUR SUMMER WITH UP TO $1,500 OFF 2021 GASGAS MODELS!

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Kickstart your summer riding with up $1,500 off 2021 GASGAS models for a limited time only.

Whether it’s saving $1,500 on the fun-loving EC 250F.

$1,000 off the do-it-all EC 350F.

Or a $1,250 savings with the easy-to-ride and great for banging bars MC 450F.

So get out riding with the help of GAS MONEY savings on your new GASGAS bike!

 

MY21 GASGAS Models

Model

GAS MONEY (inc GST)

MC-E 5 2021

$1,000

MC 50 2021

$500

MC 65 2021

$500

MC 85 2021

$500

MC 125 2021

$1,250

MC 250F 2021

$1,250

MC 450F 2021

$1,250

EC 250 2021

$1,000

EC 250F 2021

$1,500

EC 300 2021

$750

EC 350F 2021

$1,000

 

 

Terms and Conditions: Offer available from 01.10.21 for a limited time only, while stocks last. Offer only available from participating authorised GASGAS dealerships.

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Dutch Moto3™ podium delight for Sergio Garcia and the Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team

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Sergio Garcia romped to a blistering second place podium finish after a thrilling 22 lap race at the 2021 Motul TT of Assen

The legendary Dutch circuit of Assen provided the perfect venue for Sergio Garcia and the Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team to showcase just why they are fighting for the top spots in the Moto3™ World Championship. Second place, and a haul of 20 points - cementing 2nd in the riders standings - went Garcia’s way after a breathless 22 laps.

  • Sergio Garcia races to his 3rd podium of the season, finishing 2nd at the 2021 Motul TT of Assen
  • Izan Guevara qualifies 13th and finishes 12th
  • Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team places second in the team championship standings after nine rounds of the 2021 Moto3 World Championship

There is almost no better feeling on a Grand Prix bike than going flat out on a bright and sunny day around one of the fastest, and the oldest venues of the MotoGP calendar. The legendary and sweeping Dutch TT circuit, known to fans as the Cathedral of Speed is a firm favourite for many riders, and the perfect venue to score points and experience some awesome racing. Sergio Garcia knows this - and showed fans exactly why he is destined for big things in the future - by racing to his third podium of the season so far.  

The 18 year old Spanish young gun lined up in 4th position aboard his GASGAS RC 250 GP machine, and made short work of his rivals during the opening laps of the Dutch race. In what proved to be one of the overall fastest Grand Prix of the year so far - where lap records tumbled on multiple occasions - Garcia set the white hot pace amongst the leaders.

Despite the speed of eventual winner Dennis Foggia, Garcia frequently nosed into first place throughout the race, and used his incredible late-braking skill to close down any gaps that his rival had pulled on the straights

In the closing laps, Garcia kept the gap to less than two-tenths of a second. In fact, as Garcia rocketed through the final turns on the last lap, the 18 year old very nearly snatched the win from Foggia. He crossed the line just 0.078 behind the Italian.

Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team rider Izan Guevara recorded a solid top 12 finish, after a challenging race. The former Junior Moto3 World Champion, who turns 17 years old on the Monday after the Dutch Grand Prix, worked hard to find a consistent rhythm. Qualifying on 13th place on the grid, Guevara battled hard in the mid pack, and despite slipping outside the top fifteen on lap six, fought back into the points by the second half of the sprint.

The Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team and the Moto3 paddock now enjoy a much deserved month-long summer break, after which they head for Austria, and the Michelin Grand Prix of Styria on the 8th August.

#11 - Sergio Garcia: “I really enjoyed this race a lot today. I think this was potentially the fastest race we have had in the Moto3 World Championship all year so far. I was pushing as hard as I could, right until the finish. I was leading at times during the race, but the positions were changing so much between me and the other riders in the leading group. I had a small moment on lap 17 or 18 when I dropped back to 5th, but then I fought back. To fight for the podium in such a fast race is an amazing feeling.”

#28 - Izan Guevara: “It was not quite the race we hoped for, but we took some points today. We were looking quite good during the weekend but there was a crash in Turn 5 quite early on in the race and that meant it was tough afterwards to catch the group in front. We had good rhythm but could only make a few tenths back. Anyway, I’m happy and we’ll keep working like this to push onwards.”

Jorge Martinez (Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team Manager): “It was a fast and surprising race where the front group eventually broke away. Sergio laid on a spectacular performance and, in my opinion, is the finest rider in the class at the moment. He rode very well considering the straight line speed of Foggia’s bike, so I just want to congratulate him for a very impressive job all weekend.”

Results - 2021 Moto3 FIM World Championship, Round 9:

1. Dennis Foggia (Honda) 22 laps; 2. Sergio Garcia (GASGAS) +0.078, 3. Romano Fenati (Husqvarna) +0.207, 12. Izan Guevara (GASGAS), +13.555

Championship Standings - After Round 9:

1. Pedro Acosta (KTM) 158pts; 2. Sergio Garcia (GASGAS) 110pts; 3. Dennis Foggia (Honda) 86pts; 15. Izan Guevara (GASGAS) 36pts

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GIVE IT GAS

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If you want to turn things up a notch on the trails, then you need to throw a leg over our Enduro Cross 11.0. The big-rig of the GASGAS Bicycles range, it’s built for rowdy riding - those days when it’s all about sending it hard and fast.
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TAKE ON THAT EXTRA LAP

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There’s something extremely satisfying about cross country riding. Due in no small part to those fast, open, and flowing trails that make you want to push yourself to the max. Whether it’s a long, flowing loop or intense multi-lap style sprints, our Cross Country 7.0 will deliver the goods and the smiles.
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CLOCK UP THOSE MOUNTAIN MILES

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Ever wondered where that trail goes? Mountain biking is as much about adventure and discovery as it is cycling. It’s about taking on the wilderness, tackling remote mountain passes and goat trails and linking them all together for an epic ride. The Trail Cross 9.0 makes those moments possible - it’s built for that all-day wanderlust kind of adventure.
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FUN TIMES AND GREAT MEMORIES!

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Full gas! That’s the only way we can describe what 2020 was like for GASGAS Motorcycles! A truly historic year, with plenty of racing highlights. As we start to sink our teeth into 2021, we’ve taken a quick look back at what was a truly memorable 12 months.
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LAIA SANZ ENJOYS 11TH CONSECUTIVE DAKAR RALLY FINISH

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Adding another astonishing chapter to her remarkable career, GASGAS Factory Racing’s Laia Sanz has today successfully completed her 11th consecutive Dakar Rally. Saving her best until last by claiming 17th on the final stage, Laia not only brought the super-challenging event to an emotional and positive close but again underlined her position as a true Dakar legend.

  • Laia completes a staggering 11th consecutive Dakar Rally
  • 17th overall she again finishes as the highest placed female competitor
  • On the gas for over 51 hours, Laia’s GASGAS RC 450F runs faultlessly

Laia Sanz: “I’m just super happy to finish. It wasn’t that long ago that we didn’t know if we would even be here, so to ride up onto the podium at the finish, yeah, it’s just incredible. With what has been happening in the world this year it makes this one a little more special. My approach to the rally worked for me, riding a safe and manageable pace and I just wanted to reach the finish. I felt really good after the rest day so I could push a little more and ended the rally strong. My team has been amazing. Supporting me the whole time and my bike was perfect all race. So, thanks to them I’m so happy to complete another Dakar!”

The 2021 Dakar Rally came to a close today with a relatively short 200-kilometer special. Setting off from Yanbu and leading to the finish line in Jeddah, it was far from an easy stage. Loaded with technical obstacles from the start, it provided one last demanding test for all competitors.

Finishing this year’s Dakar proved to be challenging for all riders, very much including Laia. With the goal of simply completing this year’s rally, having had very little time to properly prepare for the event after contracting Lyme Disease last summer, the Spanish ace did exactly what she set out to achieve. Opting for a steady pace through the opening week, Laia reached the mid-race rest day without any major mistakes.

After a much-needed day of recovery and relative relaxation, Laia felt much more confident in her physical ability to complete the event. Picking up her pace as the end of the rally drew nearer, the ‘Queen of the Desert’ went on to deliver her very best stage result on the final day of racing, earning a 17th place finish. Following a highly positive end to her Dakar, Sanz moved up to 17th in the final standings.

Jordi Viladoms – GASGAS Rally Team Manager: “It’s just amazing for Laia to complete another Dakar Rally. Coming back from her illness last year, we really didn’t know what to expect and the plan was to take it day by day. Completing the rally, her finishing record is now 11 in a row, a truly remarkable achievement. This year was an especially tough Dakar, one of the toughest for quite some time but every day she fought hard. I’m really proud of her for what she has achieved.”

Results (provisional): Dakar Rally 2021, stage 12
1. Ricky Brabec (Honda) 2:17:02
2. Kevin Benavides (Honda) 2:19:19
3. Matthias Walkner (KTM) 2:21:15
17. Laia Sanz (GASGAS) 2:40:27

Overall Provisional Classification (after stage 12)
1. Kevin Benavides (Honda) 47:18:14
2. Ricky Brabec (Honda) 47:23:10
3. Sam Sunderland (KTM) 47:34:11
17. Laia Sanz (GASGAS) 51:07:48

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JORGE CASALES EARNS PODIUM FINISHES AT TRIALGP OF ANDORRA

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Putting a frustrating second round of the FIM TrialGP World Championship behind him, GASGAS Factory Racing’s Jorge Casales has delivered his best result of the series to date with an impressive pair of third-place results at a demanding TrialGP of Andorra, the third and penultimate round of the 2020 championship.