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Gas Gas Announces a New Offroad Distributor for the United States...

GAS GAS MOTOS is proud to announce that beginning the 1st of August, 2010, GAS GAS OFFROAD US will be the exclusive importer of GAS GAS enduro motorcycles in the United States of America.

According to GAS GAS MOTOS Export Manager Albert Cervera, “GAS GAS has full confidence in the business vision and market knowledge of Mr. Clay Stuckey and Mr. Ted Stuckey, whom are the principle partners of GAS GAS OFFROAD US.”

GAS GAS OFFROAD will base its US operation in Georgia.

Cervera added, “GAS GAS has complete confidence that this decision will boost GAS GAS presence in the US enduro market according to the quality, technology and reputation of our motorcycles.”

GAS GAS MOTOS, a Spanish company, builds and distributes GAS GAS trial and enduro motorcycles worldwide.

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i belive that Curt Commer owns that company....great guy...super trials rider.

i agree,,,,real dealers,,,not wanna be,s

all of the gasgas dealers here dont carry bikes, dont have any parts...hell, dont even have a gasgas sign in the window..***? i can order you that...

hell. i can order it myself, and save the mark up...carry the stuff...or give up the dealership to someone who wants to sell motorcycles!!

get some new dealers,,,both enduro and trials,,and give them bikes, parts and goodies to sell...its really not that darn tough!!

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i belive that Curt Commer owns that company....great guy...super trials rider.

i agree,,,,real dealers,,,not wanna be,s

all of the gasgas dealers here dont carry bikes, dont have any parts...hell, dont even have a gasgas sign in the window..***? i can order you that...

hell. i can order it myself, and save the mark up...carry the stuff...or give up the dealership to someone who wants to sell motorcycles!!

get some new dealers,,,both enduro and trials,,and give them bikes, parts and goodies to sell...its really not that darn tough!!

New dealers are on the way, and they'll be guys that carry bikes and parts. Not sure who Curt Commer is, but Clay Stuckey will be handling the enduro line through his new company Gas Gas Offroad. US; Dale Malesek will continue to be the trials importer.

In the past dealers have struggled to get bikes in a timely manner and have had to pay for them upfront, and then had to compete with the importer on bike sales and the parts importer on parts sales. The new importer will be selling only to dealers, and in the near term the same will be said for the parts importer.

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Above photo: Ted Stuckey, Clay Stuckey, GasGas General Director Ramon Puente and GasGas Sales Director Albert Cervera

From a press release issued by Gas Gas...

In a press release dated August 1st, 2010, GasGas Motos announced that GasGas Offroad US will be taking over GasGas enduro motorcycle importing and distributing for the United States.

The Peach Tree City, Georgia, based company, GasGas Offroad US, is a joint venture between brothers Clay Stuckey and Ted Stuckey. Clay has over 30 years experience in the US motorcycle industry where he has worked for Kawasaki, KTM and Husaberg. Ted, a retired Air Force / Air Force reserve pilot, owned four powersports dealerships in the Atlanta area from 1995–2005.

GasGas Offroad US will be taking over distributing the Spanish built GasGas enduro line in the US which was formerly distributed by the US GasGas trials motorcycle distributor, GasGas USA. GasGas USA will continue on as the US GasGas trials distributor.

According to Clay, GasGas Offroad US intends to focus their efforts on rebuilding the US GasGas enduro dealer network bringing proven off-road motorcycle distribution and marketing practices to the GasGas brand.

Clay said, “The off-road industry, and its dealers, have come to expect the proper tools and resources to do business and we intend on living up to and exceeding those expectations.”

“We probably don’t have an original idea in our heads.” Clay joked. “But we seriously have first hand experience with what works and what doesn’t work from both the distributors’ point of view and from the dealers. We plan on using the best of all of those ideas while we work with our existing and new GasGas dealers.”

Stuckey added, “I’ve been keeping an eye on the GasGas brand for years and have always respected their product line. We feel that in the US GasGas enduro motorcycles will eventually carve out a respectable market share and we intend on living up to that goal.”

After leaving Husaberg in late April Clay “re-connected” with some of the GasGas representatives he met during the Indianapolis Dealer News powersports show last February. Clay said, “By chance at the Indy show I happened to meet the then US GasGas enduro motorcycle importer, the parts importer and a GasGas factory representative.”

“At the time I didn’t think much of it, you meet lots of people and end up with lots of business cards. As it turned out (after leaving Husaberg in April) an opportunity came up to be the US GasGas enduro importer and my brother and I jumped at it.”

According to Clay the US GasGas enduro parts distribution will continue with GoFasters, a Minnesota based company, whom have distributed GasGas enduro parts since 2007. Clay said, “Their knowledge of the GasGas enduro line is unbelievable where they’ve worked directly with the GasGas enduro brand for over 10 years. We feel fortunate that we have them to help back up motorcycle sales.”

According to Clay GasGas Offroad US expects their first containers of GasGas enduro motorcycles to be in the US around Labor Day. Clay said, “At the moment we have over 100 motorcycles enroute to the US with another 100 scheduled for delivery about a month later.”

For more information concerning GasGas enduro motorcycles or being a GasGas enduro motorcycle dealer they can be contacted by calling 404-223-4646 or through their website at GGOR.us. Their fax number is 404-223-4647.

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