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Gas Gas Motorcycles for Sale in Plymouth, Massachusetts

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2020 Gas Gas TXT Racing 300 in Concord, NH
Stock Number: 5LG400152-01


1 miles
The perfect Rock Hopper for those who like to ride Trial!The new TXT RACING 2020 accumulates the experience of years of evolution, the careful balance...
Freedom Cycle
Concord, NH - 104 mi. away

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Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Gas Gas is known for its high-quality off-road motorcycles, particularly its endure bikes, quad bikes, and trials bikes. Gas Gas motorcycles arose from the end of Bultaco when two of its former agents, Josep Pibernat and Narcìs Casas, began to manufacture trials bikes independently to fill their motorcycle shops Gas Gas motorcycles have been around since 1985. Many of its bikes are still built by hand at the company’s factory in Salt, Catalonia. Its trial bikes began production in 1985, while its endure and motocross models did not come into the picture until 1989. Quads were first produced in 2002. Gas Gas merged with OSSA, another Spanish manufacturer of motorcycles, in 2014.
Gas Gas Endurocross and motocross bikes are popular worldwide, but the XC and DE models were designed specifically for the off-road market in the United States. All of the company’s EC models from 2007 to 2009 were colored red to create a cohesive brand look, while all standard EC bikes have been colored black with red and white accents since 2010. Individuals looking for a four-stroke endure bike from Gas Gas Motorcycles should consider the FSE and FSR fuel-injected bikes, which look very similar to the EC line of bikes.