Gas Gas launches special edition EC 250 and EC 300 ‘Six Days Chile’ models ahead of the ISDE in November 2018.
The world’s biggest enduro event, the International Six days Enduro (ISDE), brings out the special edition bikes each year and Gas Gas is the latest to come up trumps with a “Six Days Chile 2018” limited edition.
Viña del Mar, in Valparaíso, Chile, hosts this year’s ISDE from November 12-17, the 93rd running of the longest-lived event in Enduro and its national flag has inspired some bling colour schemes in the red, white and blue.
The limited edition EC models also feature some component upgrades form the standard racing models.
New Features Gas Gas Six Days Chile 2018:
- Renthal 997 handlebar, Ø28.6mm (1 1/8”) diameter with central bar
- Renthal grips - medium hardness for greater grip and control
- NG Front brake disc - Full-floating, Ø26mm in diameter, for increased performance and feel when the brake is applied
- Front wheel axle pull
- CNC machined handlebar clamps, black anodized with the GasGas logo, made of high quality aluminum, providing greater rigidity and sense of control
- Exclusive "Six Days Chile 2018" graphic with Easter Island ethnic motifs and white plastic
- Special-edition "Six Days Chile 2018" seat cover for extra grip
In addition to the Renthal components, upgrades for these models include a new aluminium handlebar clamp on top of triple clamp, a front axle pull to aid with quick wheel changes. Perhaps the most interesting feature is the Ø260mm NG floating front brake disc to increase performance.
The technical features come with the exclusive “2018 ISDE” special graphics, on white plastic, and with a non-slip seat cover.
The new Gas Gas ‘Six Days Chile 2018’ limited series will run to a limited number of 400 models worldwide. It will be available from October through the brand's network of official dealers and importers, though slightly confusingly Gas Gas also add you’ll have to wait until December in Europe and January in USA, Canada and Australia.
More information: gasgas.com
Jon PearsonEnduro21 Editor and Bike Testerjon.email@example.com