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Gas Gas Unveils the 2015 Enduro Bike Line-Up

Even if Gas Gas is not exactly among the most popular enduro bike makers and its presence in top-tier competitions is a rather modest one, the Spanish manufacturer delivers a very attractive bang for the buck-factor for the endure thrill-seekers.
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For 2015, Gas Gas has prepared no less than 11 machines, with displacement ranging between the entry-point 125cc and the top of the range 450cc classes, thus having something to offer for pretty much all levels of experience and budgets.

All the machines have received major updates, and even the smallest model was revised thoroughly. The 2015 EC 125 gets an all-new cylinder head, an updated distribution and mapping to match the new Doma exhaust, while the transmission is also completely new.

The rest of the roster comprises the EC 200, EC 250, EC 300 and EC 450 bikes offered in various trims and with both two-stroke and four-stroke versions, save for the biggest machine, which is only available as a 4T beast. We could not help noticing that all the new Gas Gas bikes come with the suffix Racing, save for one EC 250 which is named Cami (pictured above), and whose livery is really exciting.

Summing up the updates and new technological upgrades of the biggest Gas Gas 2015 model year endure bikes, here’s the list:

New electric start system
New collectors and FMF silencer for the 4-stroke bikes
New seat
New finish on the new swingarm and spring
New Racing graphics
New pegs
New settings for the chassis, Marzocchi 48mm front fork and Reiger rear shock
New shift lever.
New rubber paddock stand supports
New material for the fork protectors
Low-friction clutch and front brake levers.

For more details on the 2015 Gas Gas line-up, make sure you check with the manufacturer’s website.

 
 
 
 
 

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