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already found out :cry: there mostly trial bikes and enduros :applause: where do they come from tho :bonk:

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One of the best off road bikes made along with, KTM, Husky, Yam, :applause:

Yep thats right they are awesome bikes, infact probably one of the best kept secrets in the dirtbike world lots of power light as a feather and handle superb. We have 3 in our riding group :bonk:

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Yep thats right they are awesome bikes, infact probably one of the best kept secrets in the dirtbike world lots of power light as a feather and handle superb. We have 3 in our riding group :applause:

And there's a 65 & 85 on the way for the kiddies. :bonk:

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Yep thats right they are awesome bikes, infact probably one of the best kept secrets in the dirtbike world lots of power light as a feather and handle superb. We have 3 in our riding group :applause:

we have 1 in our riding group. i've heard good things about them. personally i like my ktm better, but i dont have anything against a gas gas

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Gas Gas bikes rock in every way.

On of the most awesome thing about them is the customer service and parts availiblity. Try calling the president of KTM north america on the phone, not even to mention honda etc. Try speeding up a back-ordered honda part.

If you need to talk to the man at GG USA, you can call him! He's nice. He cares.

Here's mine:

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Gas Gas bikes rock in every way.

On of the most awesome thing about them is the customer service and parts availiblity. Try calling the president of KTM north america on the phone, not even to mention honda etc. Try speeding up a back-ordered honda part.

If you need to talk to the man at GG USA, you can call him! He's nice. He cares.

Amen. :applause:

You left off that they are sexy too.

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my friend had a GG 125 for MX..and it really sucked ? ive never seen a gas gas around my area hold up at all?..but i only know of 5 ppl who have them and hated them..the wore out pistons faster then any other bike..and the trannys sucked..3/5 bikes tranny's blew..i dont really like them..but i dont have alot of excperiance with them..but hey if you guys have had good luck with them..thats awsome..and i hope you have fun on them :-)

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my friend had a GG 125 for MX..and it really sucked ? ive never seen a gas gas around my area hold up at all?..but i only know of 5 ppl who have them and hated them..the wore out pistons faster then any other bike..and the trannys sucked..3/5 bikes tranny's blew..i dont really like them..but i dont have alot of excperiance with them..but hey if you guys have had good luck with them..thats awsome..and i hope you have fun on them :-)

This is the same wanker who trashes anyone who reports a problem with their own KX250F.

Check out his posts

here

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Amen. :applause:

You left off that they are sexy too.

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I like the way the cylinder head is recycled from an old toolbox.

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I had a 2000 Gas Gas EC200 and it was one of the best handling bikes I've ever owned. The older models such as mine had left crank bearing problems (not enough lubrication, wrong bearing depending on who you ask), and the parts availibility under the old GGNA management was awful (except for Smackover Motor Sports - see below). I've heard all that has changed, however, due to new management. I loved that bike, but could not keep it running every week because I tear things up.

Anyway, the best site I've found to ask questions about GAS GAS is www.smackovermotorsports.com. Great people.

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I like the way the cylinder head is recycled from an old toolbox.

It almost the same as your DRZ :applause: Oh yeah, only faster. :bonk:

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