Gas Gas at GP Red Baron Mt Maunganui

The opening round of the Enduro world Championship for 2011 has seen a outstanding start for Gas Gas riders Ivan Cervantes, Christophe Nambotin and Ludivine Puy.

The 1st round held in Spain saw a great fight between Ivan and his competitors in both races in the E2 class. Ivan finishing the weekend in 2nd place and a great boost for the next round in Portugal.

Ivan Cervantes

I was very happy with this results and that there is still some improvement to be given and I am looking forward to going one step higher next week in Portugal.

Team mate Christophe Nambotin also had an amazing start to the championship with the Frenchman finishing 2nd in the E3 class pushing round 1 winner Mika Ahola all the way.

Gas Gas is now in its 9th year of four stroke development and as we have seen over the last few models Gas Gas have certainly done their homework in producing a leading contender in this premier class.

For 2011 Gas Gas have once again added improvements that will see the EC450 stay ahead of its competitors, concentrating on improving handling, braking, added value and esthetics.

Gas Gas Motos Spain have been building motorcycles since 1985 and now export to over 45 countries throughout the world.

Gas Gas new (in 2001) state of the art factory in Spain produces one of the widest range of two and four stroke off road motorcycles in Europe.

The size and philosophy of Gas Gas allows it to adjust to changing markets and conditions at a quicker speed than larger manufacturers would require. Ensuring updates can be made to it’s range when needed

Gas Gas has been renowned for it’s quality and performance winning a large number of World Enduro Championships as well as the 2009 ISDE Championship.