Always innovating, GASGAS has unveiled its 2023 range of trial bikes and the marque – the first-ever official manufacturer sponsor of the Hertz FIM Trial World Championship – is breaking fresh ground with its six new machines.

With the emphasis firmly on improved reliability and better rideability, the latest bikes to roll off the Spanish production line in Terrassa look the business with eye-catching new bodywork – but if you delve a little deeper you’ll discover that it’s not all about appearances!

The two TXT GP and four TXT Racing models feature a long list of improvements resulting in sweet-handling, high-performance two-stroke machines that not only talk the talk but also walk the walk – and look drop-dead gorgeous in their striking red livery.

The list of upgrades is extensive, starting with the new lightweight, powder-coated steel frame and larger skid plate plus a stronger clutch cover to further improve durability.

Footpeg, exhaust and silencer design is all-new across the range for 2023 plus a cylinder head that comes with interchangeable inserts that allow riders to tailor the power to suit their style.

Neken handlebars and Renthal grips come as standard along with BRAKTEC hydraulic clutches and brakes and Michelin Trial X11 tyres front and rear.

The TXT Racing models feature shorter, adjustable TECH forks with 174.5mm of travel and a TECH rear shock that can be fully customised but if you opt for the TXT GP machines you’ll also get a Kashima coating on your forks that gives enhanced sensitivity and a cutting-edge TECH TJ3 rear shock along with a whole host of super-trick CNC-machined upgrades.

Since being acquired by the Pierer Mobility group in 2019, GASGAS has benefitted from major investment and its machines were taken back to the drawing board and redesigned from the ground up through an exhaustive R&D programme.

Available in 300cc, 280cc, 250cc and 125cc capacities in the TXT Racing range and 300cc and 250cc as TXT GP models, these six machines truly are at the cutting edge of trial performance and design.

Expect the TXT Racing range to land in dealerships worldwide in late August with TXT GP machines following close behind.

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