The roots of the brand
TXT RACING 250
The classic motor displacement of the GASGAS trial range, the TXT RACING 250 ensures the perfect balance between usable 2-stroke torque and nimble handling. Revving up to 10,500 rpm, the 250cc 2-stroke is easy-to-use, versatile and leads the way in tough, technical terrain thanks to its strong, manageable power. Fitted with selectable engine maps, Braktec hydraulic clutch and brakes and class leading suspension, the TXT RACING 250 delivers day-long fun.
Minimalist. Lightweight. Durable. As well as giving our bikes a distinctive, modern and super-slim look the bodywork of all GASGAS trial bikes ensures riders feel comfortable and confident during every ride. And because no rider goes more than a few weekends without a fall, we use Polypropylene when injection molding our plastics, which doesn't mark when bent more than 90 degrees. All front mudguards feature an integrated fork brace.
We like to build our frames strong, out of chrome-moly steel. Tubular, 1.5mm 25CrMo4 chrome-moly steel to be exact! Robot cut and laser welded to ensure precision, toughness and long-lasting durability, they provide precise rider feedback and importantly highly effective energy absorption, too. Weighing just 6kg, all frames are finished with a tough red powder coating.
Built to be compact. Built to be lightweight. Built with the latest 2-stroke technology to ensure awesome performance and guarantee day-long fun! Like all of our trial bikes the TXT RACING 250 packs a serious punch, mixing extremely low weight and high performance and delivering incredible overall agility.
High-performance Braktec braking systems that are specifically designed and built for trial use ensure our bikes have more than enough stopping power. Giving riders a controlled action for complete confidence, a front monoblock 4-piston caliper with a 185mm NG waved disc is used together with a 2-piston Braktec system and a 150mm NG waved disk. The rear brake system features patented magnetic brake pads, which stay open when the wheel is removed. Pretty neat, right!