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2022 GASGAS 250 MC

$12,474 Ride Away

When a light, agile chassis is wrapped around a compact and incredibly powerful 2-stroke 250 cc engine, get ready for some serious, high-revving fun.

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Overview

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STELLAR 2-STROKE PERFORMANCE

The new MC 250 delivers everything 2-stroke lovers need to race or play and, most importantly, enjoy a dirt-ripping, heart-pumping ride -- and of course Brembo brakes are always there to bring your heartrate back down when needed.

MOTOR

The MC 250 is powered by a compact 2-stroke motor with a counter-balancer shaft for smooth, high-revving power. Delivering lots of torque, our power unit makes the bike super easy to use but also highly competitive - thanks to innovations like a twin-valve controlled power valve. Designed to centralize all internal moving parts, the motor also plays a huge role in the bike's agile handling.

BRAKES

Fast is fun but slowing down is essential, which is why all GASGAS motocross bikes are fitted with Brembo calipers and controls. With 260mm front and 220mm rear discs, braking is easy, inspiring riders to push harder and ride faster.

FRAME

The technology in our frames ensures riders enjoy playful handling and an energetic feeling on any motocross tracks. Underneath the red powder coating there's a lightweight chromium molybdenum steel, hydro-formed, laser-cut and robot-welded chassis that's built to perform. Designed to be rigid where it needs to be rigid and to flex where flex is needed, it provides exceptional rider feedback, energy absorption and straight-line stability.

BODYWORK

Red with a splash of white. That's the way we like it! The bodywork fitted to all GASGAS motocross bikes not only reflects our vibrant, Spanish personality but also ensures complete harmony between rider and bike. Considered ergonomics allow unrestricted movement while our flat, high-grip seat profile delivers comfort and control in all conditions.

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Technical Specifications

Engine

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Power Progression


Displacement
249 cm³
Design
1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine
Bore
66.4 mm
Stroke
72 mm
Starter
Kickstarter
Transmission
5-speed

Cooling

Highly Effective Cooling

Exhaust

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For Sound of Power

When it comes to power delivery and performance, the exhaust plays a key role and packs a punch that is hard to beat. In addition, its narrow shape provides slimmer ergonomics while still operating safely within the noise limits for racing.

Chassis

Control at the Core

Rear Suspension
WP Xact Monoshock with Linkage
Suspension Travel
310mm (F) 300mm (R)
Front Brake
Disc Brake
Rear Brake
Disc Brake
Ground Clearance
370mm
Seat Height
950mm
Tank Capacity
7.5L
Dry Weight
95.5kg

Brakes

Highly Effective Braking

High-tech BREMBO brakes have always been standard equipment on all GAS GAS motocross bikes. Combined with lightweight wave discs, the renowned system provides the highest level of braking efficiency, enabling you to out-brake the competition.

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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