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First look: 2021 GPX Moto Chinese four stroke racing models

Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, GPX Moto set to launch new, four stroke, off-road racing models alongside TSE 250R two-stroke from May 2020. 

 

GPX Moto have set a May 2020 arrival date (in the USA) for their 2021 FSE 450R and FSE 300R off-road models. The new FSE (four stroke enduro) machines will arrive in the two capacities and in much the same spec as the already established TSE 250R two-stroke – standing alongside the 'softer' four stroke models also in the range (air-cooled XTR 250 model shown above).  

 
GPX Moto 300 R engine 560
 

Specification highlights of the new FSE 450/300R: 

450/300cc, EFi motors

Stainless exhaust 

Adjustable suspension

Six-speed gearbox 

Electric start

CNC triple clamps and hubs

Skid plate with linkage guard, hand guards, frame guards,

LED display and headlight

HD Enduro X wheels

Gripper seat 

3M graphics

 
GPX Moto 300 R sideview 560
 

We have not tested these bikes at all but have noticed GPX machines are beginning to prove themselves at the races including finishing the testing 2020 Mint 400 desert race and taking a class-winning result at the 2020 Blueberry Hill Hare Scramble. Since we reported on the new 250 two-stroke model, some two years ago now, the range has grown to also include more trail-friendly four stroke models and kids bikes.

The pick of the off-road/enduro-focused range and prices:

TSE 250R six-speed, two-stroke MSRP $4999.99

FSE 300R six-speed, four stroke MSRP $4999.99

FSE 450R six-speed, four stroke MSRP $5599.99

FSE 250R six-speed, four stroke, MSRP $N/A

FSE 250E five-speed, air-cooled, MSRP $3499 

 

Walkaround video of the FSE 250R and FSE 250E models:

 
 
GPX Moto LED Dashboard 560
 

 

More information: GPXMoto.com 

Photo Credit: GPX Moto
 
 
 
 
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Jon Pearson
Enduro21 Editor and Bike Tester
jon.pearson@enduro21.com