GasGas Announces 2021 North American Line-up

Dennis Chung
by Dennis Chung

Will compete AMA Supercross and Motocross with Troy Lee Designs

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.

2021 GasGas MC450F – $9,399

2021 GasGas MC250F – $8,499

2021 GasGas MC125 – $6,799

2021 GasGas Enduro Models

For North America, GasGas is offering just one enduro model, the two-stroke EC300, while other markets will get a two-stroke EC250 and four-stroke EC230F and EC350F models.

The EC300 is powered by a 293.2cc Single with a six-speed transmission and a DDS wet, multi-plate clutch with Braktec hydraulics. The EC300 is electric start with a lithium-ion battery and a 2.24 gallon fuel tank.

2021 GasGas EC300 – $9,599

2021 GasGas Cross Country Models

The cross country lineup consists of the four-stroke EX450F, EX350F and EX250F plus the two-stroke EX300. All EX cross country models carry 2.24-gallon fuel tanks

2021 GasGas EX450F – $10,099

2021 GasGas EX350F – $9,999

2021 GasGas EX250F – $9,099

2021 GasGas EX300 – $9,599

2021 GasGas Trial Models

GasGas is offering its TXT Racing trial bike in 250, 280 and 300 forms in North America, while other markets will also get a TXT Racing 125. Eventually, GasGas may offer higher-spec TXT GP versions of the trial line, but no additional details are available yet.

North American models will use Öhlins rear suspension while international models will use Reiger shocks which were formerly standard on TXT GP models.

For 2021, the GasGas trial line receives lighter wheel axles and new forged aluminum handlebar clamps.

2021 GasGas TXT Racing 300 – $7,899
2021 GasGas TXT Racing 280 – $7,799
2021 GasGas TXT Racing 250 – $7,599

2021 GasGas Mini Models

For younger riders, GasGas offers three gas-powered mini bikes plus the electric MC-E5. The range starts with the MC50 which features a 49cc Single with an automatic centrifugal clutch and a 26.2-inch seat height. From there, GasGas offers an upgrade to the MC65 with a larger engine and a six-speed manual transmission and a 29.5-inch seat height. For larger riders, the MC85 has a 34.4-inch seat height with a 19-inch front wheel and 16-inch rear.

The MC-E5 takes after the similar KTM SX-E5 and Husqvarna EE-5 with a 5 kW motor and a 907 Wh lithium-ion battery pack that GasGas claims will be enough for two hours of riding for at the lowest power mode for beginners, scaling up to 25 minutes at the highest mode. A full charge takes about an hour, claims GasGas, with an 80% charge achieved in 45 minutes.

2021 GasGas MC50

2021 GasGas MC65

2021 GasGas MC85

2021 GasGas MC-E5

Dennis Chung
Dennis Chung

Dennis has been a part of the team since 2008, and through his tenure, has developed a firm grasp of industry trends, and a solid sense of what's to come. A bloodhound when it comes to tracking information on new motorcycles, if there's a new model on the horizon, you'll probably hear about it from him first.

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  • Mark Vizcarra Mark Vizcarra on Sep 23, 2020


    You mean KTM announced their 2021 line up. What's the point of having KTM with 3 different names. This is like GM with their platform sharing.

  • Craig Hoffman Craig Hoffman on Sep 24, 2020

    A dirt biker can daydream of a red KTM with KYB suspension on it from the factory, but that will never happen as KTM owns WP. What will they do to differentiate GG other than a different color? Husky is barely different from it's KTM siblings now.