2023 GasGas Enduro Motorcycles First Look

Less white and more red for MY23.

GasGas has pulled the curtain back on its enduro models for 2023. The two-bike lineup consists of the EC 250 and EC 300, which return with cosmetic changes in the form of more red in the radiator shroud graphics, red side number plates, and a red rear fender replacing the 2021 and 2022 models’ white ones. No mechanical updates were made to the EC machines, but they still boast many of the same features as the equivalent KTM and Husqvarna models.

Like GasGas’ cross-country motorcycles, the EC 250 and EC 300 enduro models are dressed with more red in 2023.GasGas

The two-stroke engines are equipped with Transfer Port Injection (TPI) systems, which eliminate the need for carburetor jetting and tuning as well as premixing fuel. The EC 250 and EC 300′s suspension is more similar to the Husqvarna TE 150i, TE 250i, and TE 300i’s in that they use a WP Xact shock with linkage, whereas KTM’s enduro models are spec’d with a WP Xplor shock that features a Progressive Damping System (PDS), or no linkage.

In addition to being spec’d with the same forged triple clamps as KTM’s enduro models, the EC 250 and EC 300 use a WP Xact shock with linkage like Husqvarna’s TE 150i, TE 250i, and TE 300i.GasGas

Forged triple clamps are a shared component with KTM’s enduros, while CNC-machined triple clamps are employed on Husqvarna’s. WP’s Xplor 48mm coil-spring fork is used on all three of the Austrian brands’ enduro models. The 2023 EC 250 and EC 300 will be available in GasGas dealerships this May.

GasGas’ MY23 enduro motorcycles will be available in dealerships this May.GasGas