By Dennis Chung
GasGas announced its 2021 model lineup, its first fully under the auspices of Pierer Mobility, with a range of 18 models for the North American market.
That, of course, means a range of enduro, cross-country, motocross, and mini motocross bikes that will share much in common with its corporate cousins from KTM and Husqvarna. So, expect similar engines, frames and WP suspension through out the lineup. GasGas also announced it will compete in the 2021 AMA Motocross and Supercross championships, partnering with Troy Lee Designs in the 250 and 450 divisions.
GasGas is best known for its trial bikes, and the Spanish brand will continue offer its trial lineup in three displacements.
The non-trial models will be fairly similar, with red powder-coated chromium molydenum steel frames and aluminum subframes. Most models will be equipped with WP Xplor inverted forks and rear shocks with linkage, just tuned for their specific applications.
2021 GasGas Motocross Models
The 2021 GasGas motocross lineup consists of four-stroke MC450F and MC250F models plus a MC125 two-stroke. Unlike Husqvarna and KTM, however, GasGas is not offering a 350cc model, focusing on the two four-stroke models that will be competing in AMA Supercross and Motocross.