FIRST LOOK! 2023 GASGAS EX250 & EX300 TWO-STROKE CROSS-COUNTRY BIKES

The 2023 GasGas cross-country two-strokes have exactly what they need to excel at off-road riding and racing. They are Euro-5 homologated to ensure that they are super clean running and thanks to TPI fuel injection and electric start, no matter what the conditions or weather the GasGas cross-country two-strokes will fire to life with a simple press of a button. Even better, on the 2023 GasGas cross-country bikes there’s no need to pre-mix fuel that to oil injection as part of the TPI fuel-injection system. And, in case you didn’t notice, GasGas has ramped up their red. It is brighter, more vibrant and ensures that the GasGas 2023 models look a little sharper for more visual impact.

GASGAS EX250 CROSS-COUNTRY TWO-STROKE

The 2023 GasGas EX250 cross-country.

The packaging of the EX250 engine leaves no hint of electric starting, fuel injection or auto-lube.

The 2023 GasGas EX250 is the lightest bike in GasGas’ cross-country line up. Featuring the same highlights as it’s bigger brother the GasGas EX 300, the smaller 250 takes it all easier. It’s easier on your arms, easier on your wallet and easier on the trail. There is no need for premixing fuel or tedious jetting changes, the innovative electronic fuel injection system allows for true ‘gas-and-go’ riding simplicity. With significantly reduced emissions and extended fuel range, this is the easiest bike to enter the two stroke side of cross country.

The off-road, two-stroke, exhaust pipes have ridges to increase their impact strength should your first best guess as to how high that log was is wrong.

2023 EX250 is designed for off-road, cross-country and is more than capable of motocross track days.

The six-speed EX 250 features a true cross country specific transmission ratios, vibration reducing counter-balancer, innovative fuel injection system, 2.25 gallon fuel tank, Brembo hydraulic clutch, electronic oil injection system (no pre-mixing fuel), X-ring chain, Brembo brakes, 39mm throttle body, electric start, Euro 5 emissions homologation and a 222 pound weight.

GASGAS EX300 CROSS-COUNTRY TWO-STROKE

2023 GasGas EX300 two-stroke.

The cosmetic changes on the 2023 EX300 are the redder plastic and new graphics on the radiator wings.

The EX300 GasGas’  do-it-all 2-stroke cross-country bike that delivers enjoyment and reliability while keeping maintenance costs low. A super-easy bike to use, and start, with no need for premixing fuel or tedious jetting changes, the innovative electronic fuel injection system allows for true ‘gas-and-go’ riding simplicity. With significantly reduced emissions and extended fuel range.

The electric start 2023 GasGas EX300 comes with a tucked-in 2.25 gallon full tank that is good for 60 miles thanks to the gas-sipping fuel injection system.

The EX300 cases still have the port for the kickstarter shaft for those who don’t trust electricity.

It comes stock with a large 2.25 gallon gas tank to get you away from it all and back again. The 72mm x 72mm bore and stroke engine not only comes with electric start, but it also has electronic transfer-port fuel injection, a counterbalancer to smooth out vibrations and ECU controlled oil injection that maintain a fuel-oil ratio of 80:1. GasGas’s ECU determines ignition timing and the amount of fuel and oil that is injected. All of this electronic wizardry is monitored by a throttle position sensor, ambient air sensor, intake pressure sensor, crankcase pressure sensor and water temperature sensor. Plus it features outside temperature and altitude compensation.

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