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    With trial at the core of GASGAS, we created the Trial Guides video series to explain all there is to know when it comes to getting started with riding trial – from the absolute basics through to mastering a complete section. Presented by trial legend and GASGAS Factory Racing Trial team manager Albert Cabestany, Cabes shares his wisdom and explains everything needed for those looking to hone their existing skills. Covering everything from learning bike set-up, balance, and using the controls effectively in order to become the best trial rider you can possibly be, with 15 excellent episodes to choose from, there’s something for everyone in GASGAS Trial Guides.


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    GASGAS Factory Racing competes at the highest levels of world championship competition in motocross, supercross, enduro, rally, trial, and Moto2 and Moto3 in road racing. From 2023 onwards, GASGAS will race in MotoGP. This means GASGAS will be present in all major motorcycle racing championships across the globe. Since 2020, GASGAS has enjoyed huge success, winning races in all disciplines and securing world titles in rally, enduro, and Moto3.


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    The world's top young motocross talent descended on Heerde, Netherlands, for the 2024 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship. Kash Van Hamond clinched the 65cc World title, with Theo Kolts securing third place on GASGAS bikes. In the 85cc class, Sleny Goyer finished fourth, and Moritz Ernecker secured sixth. Francisco Garcia shone in the 125cc class, earning third place overall.
    • Kash Van Hamond clinched the 65cc World title, with Theo Kolts securing third place - all on GASGAS machinery.
    • In 85cc Sleny Goyer impressed by securing fourth place, while Moritz Ernecker tied for sixth.
    • Francisco Garcia delivered a standout performance in the 125cc class, securing third place overall with 40 points, despite limited training time on his GASGAS machine
    The annual FIM Junior Motocross World Championship went live and loud in central Netherlands this weekend, featuring the current cream of the crop of youth talent going bar to bar on track. Better yet, GASGAS-mounted riders shredded their way to a 65cc world title, as well as a haul of podiums and points finishes. Hosted at Kamperweg Heerde, a 1750m scenic but ultra-technical woodland sand circuit, the FIM Junior World Championship event is a one-weekend-only affair and serves as the ultimate showcase for future stars of motocross. Case in point: current Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing MXGP rider Jorge Prado won the 65cc category back in 2011, kickstarting his career into the MX limelight. This year’s star of the 65cc category proved to be 11-year-old Dutch rider Kash Van Hamond. The young racer left his rivals in the dust, seizing the top spot with a whopping 47 points across both motos. Riding two solid races, scoring 2-1 against fierce competition, the result points to exciting things to come from the young racer. What’s more, Theo Kolts - also riding GASGAS machinery - powered his way to third place with 40 points, while Cohen Jagielski and Timote Cez charged in at sixth and seventh. A hugely popular 85cc class featured a near oversubscribed grid, which had to be run in three groups for practice and qualifying. On Saturday, Austrian racer Moritz Ernecker claimed the fastest time of 2:22.238 in Group A, over three seconds clear of fellow GASGAS pilot Bodie Court. In the fierce 85cc Sunday showdown, French racer Sleny Goyer showcased the skills that have already bagged him multiple junior MX titles to claim fourth place with 32 points. Moritz Ernecker matched the heat, tying for sixth with 27 points. Francisco Garcia delivered a standout performance in the 125cc class, securing third place overall with 40 points. Despite only having had four training sessions on his GASGAS machine, Garcia once again underscored his talent in challenging conditions and marked himself out as a rising star in motocross. Everyone at GASGAS is excited to see how these talented racers progress as they aim for their ultimate goal: a full-time starting gate pick in the FIM Motocross World Championship.  FIM Junior Motocross World Championship Results: 65cc – Overall:
    1. Kash Van Hamond (GASGAS) 47pts
    2. Nico Verhoeven (KTM) 43 pts
    3. Theo Kolts (GASGAS) 40pts
    4. Luca Nierychlo (Husqvarna) 36pts
    5. Joseph Vicari (KTM) 27pts
    6. Cohen Jagielski (GASGAS) 27pts
    7. Timote Cez (GASGAS) 25
    8. Mason Ezergailis (KTM) 23pts
    9. Jaydin Smart (Cobra) 22pts
    10. Austin Keller (KTM) 85cc - Overall:
    1. Levi Townley (Yamaha) 45pts
    2. Lucas Leok (Husqvarna) 43pts
    3. Dex van den Broek (KTM) 33pts
    4. Sleny Goyer (GASGAS) 32pts
    5. Viktor Leppala (KTM) 31pts
    6. Braxtyn Mes (Husqvarna) 27pts
    7. Moritz Ernecker (GASGAS) 27pts
    8. Aston Allas (KTM) 27pts
    9. Casey Karstrom (KTM) 26pts
    10. Ricardo Bauer (KTM) 23pts 125cc - Overall:
    1. Noel Zanocz (Fantic) 47pts
    2. Simone Mancini (Fantic) 45pts
    3. Francisco Garcia (GASGAS) 40pts
    4. Gyan Doensen (KTM) 36pts
    5. Kasimir Hindersson (KTM) 33pts
    6. Jamie Keith (Yamaha) 28pts
    7. Dani Heitink (Yamaha) 25pts
    8. Nicolo Alvisi (KTM) 22pts
    9. Jekabs Kubulins (Yamaha) 22pts
    10. Dean Gregoire (KTM) 22pts


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    Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing's Ryder DiFrancesco impressed with his highest overall finish of P6 in the 2024 AMA Pro Motocross Championship at the Spring Creek National, also matching his career-best and managing a top-five moto result in the rain-delayed final outing.
    • Ryder D matches his career-best result at Spring Creek
    • Fifth in Moto 2 also equals highest result of the season
    • A difficult day for PB amidst ongoing health challenges
    DiFrancesco qualified in 13th position and then found himself outside of the top 20 at the start of Moto 1, but managed to slice his way through the pack on his GASGAS MC 250F Factory Edition to salvage 12th place and a decent haul of points for his efforts.
    After being delayed due to storms, the second moto saw riders facing a rain-soaked track when the gates dropped, and this time around Ryder D was able to benefit from improved track position. He completed lap one in P6 and rode hard from there, taking the checkered flag in fifth, which equaled his second moto result from High Point. That elevated him to sixth overall and he stays 10th in the title race.
    Ryder DiFrancesco:   "Millville was good. It started out rough, but got better throughout the day. We need to sort out the first motos, because the second motos have been good – I just need to put the two together. Washougal is next and one of my favorites, so I'm excited to go back west at this stage of the season."
    For Brown, his qualification was solid in seventh position, before he raced to 13th in the opening race of the weekend. With rain falling at the beginning of Moto 2, he was further impacted by a first-turn pile-up that left him fighting from the back of the pack, eventually climbing to 14th. That put him P14 overall for the weekend, which sees him maintain seventh in the championship standings.
    Pierce Brown:  "It wasn't a good day here at Millville for me, unfortunately. I haven't been feeling like myself lately with some sicknesses, so we will have to figure that out, but we did what we could today in the end. Onto Washougal!"

    Next Race:  July 20 – Washougal, Washington Standings 450MX Class 2024 after 7 of 11 rounds
    1. Chase Sexton, 310 points
    2. Hunter Lawrence, 297
    3. Justin Cooper, 249
    4. Aaron Plessinger, 239
    8. Malcolm Stewart, 185
    9. Justin Barcia, Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing, 148
    10. Christian Craig, 136

    Results 250MX Class – Spring Creek National
    1. Levi Kitchen (USA), Kawasaki
    2. Haiden Deegan (USA), Yamaha
    3. Casey Cochran (USA), Husqvarna
    6. Ryder DiFrancesco (USA), Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing
    7. Tom Vialle (FRA), KTM
    10. Julien Beaumer (USA), KTM
    14. Pierce Brown (USA), Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing

    Standings 250MX Class 2024 after 7 of 11 rounds
    1. Haiden Deegan, 314 points
    2. Levi Kitchen, 263
    3. Tom Vialle, 260
    7. Pierce Brown, 162
    10. Ryder DiFrancesco, 147
    11. Casey Cochran, 137
    12. Julien Beaumer, 128


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