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2022 GASGAS MC 50

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The GASGAS MC 50 is where the fun starts for the next generation of berm bashers and MX thrill seekers.

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Overview

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NEVER TOO YOUNG TO LEARN

This makes the KTM 50 SX the first choice when stepping into the world of MX. Developed with the youngster in mind, this package has an engine that delivers steady, controllable power, incorporating an automatic clutch that is ideal for novice riders. It also features the latest WP XACT front fork with revolutionary AER technology, fully adjustable rear suspension, ultra-cool graphics and the ability to make going fast fun and safe.

BODYWORK

We want younger riders to be proud of their GASGAS motocross bike, which is why the MC 50 looks all but the same as Glenn Coldenhoff's MXGP racer. Red from front to back, the bike is designed to look awesome and help young riders move around easily while feeling settled and comfortable.

FRAME

We know youngsters like to jump, which is no problem for our high strength chromium molybdenum steel frame. Strong and dependable it's ready for heavy landings and ensures easy handling and serious stability. Engineered to both flex and be robust it boosts overall suspension performance.

MOTOR

There's a lot of tech packed into our little rev ‘n' go MC 50 motor. Super compact, it delivers fun-filled 2-stroke thrills by using a 3-shaft design that positions the crankshaft near the bike's center of gravity. The result is not only better handling but a more direct intake angle to the reed valve, which boosts power. With no manual clutch or gears to worry about, youngsters can rev and ride from dawn to dusk.

BRAKES

Full-on performance from compact, hydraulic brake calipers and waved front and rear disks. The brakes on the MC 50 offer the same level of technology as our full-size motocross bikes, ensuring serious stopping performance.

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Technical Specifications

Engine

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The high performance cylinder, exhaust pipe and reed intake system are perfectly arranged for maximum performance, setting the standard in the highly competitive 50 cc class.


Displacement
49 cm³
Design
1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine
Bore
39.5 mm
Stroke
40 mm
Starter
Kickstarter
Transmission
Single-Speed Automatic

Cooling

Like the big GASGAS bikes, the MC 50 has a liquid cooling system, which even cools the crankcase. Generously sized radiators ensure outstanding heat dissipation for high reliability, even under extremely heavy duty.

Exhaust

The exhaust system was designed to perfectly match the characteristics of the engine, ensuring maximum output and a smooth power delivery over the entire rev range.

Chassis

The modern frame is made from lightweight, high strength chromoly steel profiles and combines maximum longitudinal stiffness with optimum torsional rigidity. It guarantees easy handling and precise cornering, but also outstanding stability.

Rear Suspension
XACT WP PDS Mono Shock
Suspension Travel
205mm (F) 185mm (R)
Front Brake
Disc Brake
Rear Brake
Disc Brake
Ground Clearance
252mm
Seat Height
684mm
Tank Capacity
2.3L
Dry Weight
41.5kg

Wheels

Like the full-size GASGAS Factory racers, the MC 50 has super lightweight, black anodized, aluminum rims providing the highest strength and safety. The OEM MAXXIS knobbly tires grip superbly on any surface.

Brakes

The MC 50 is fitted with front and rear hydraulic brakes by Formula, combined with lightweight wave discs that are easy to control even for the youngest riders. This ensures the best deceleration and the highest standard when it comes to safety.

We offer specialised and professional servicing

Our factory trained technicians understand how valuable your time is and ensure top-level maintenance and repairs for your valued vehicle, along with a variety of specialised work.

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