The TXT GP 300 is an iconic motorcycle that has captured riders’ hearts for over a decade. With its sleek design, powerful engine, and outstanding performance, it’s no wonder why it’s one of the most popular bikes on the market. The latest model of the GASGAS TXT GP 300 is a true masterpiece in the world of dirt bikes, and it boasts several new features that make it stand out from its predecessors.
Being enhanced with a powerful single-cylinder engine, TXT GP 300 provides plenty of power for a thrilling ride. Its lightweight frame and responsive handling make it an excellent choice for experienced riders and beginners alike.
The TXT GP 300 also offers superb value for money, as it has a competitive price point and excellent fuel economy. With its undeniable charm and performance, it’s no surprise that the TXT GP 300 has become the choice of many riders.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 is a true masterpiece in design and engineering. With its impressive bodywork, this bike is perfect for those who want exceptional levels of rider feedback. The trial frames are made using tubular, 1.5 mm 25CrMo4 chrome-moly steel, ensuring both strength and agility in equal measure.
The unique blend of Polypropylene used for the bodywork gives the GASGAS TXT GP 300 its unique look and feel. The steering head is connected to the motor and a new larger skid plate via aluminum hangers on each side of the frame, which are anodized black for the GP editions. The result is a durable and stylish bike with a look sure to turn heads.
Regarding the handlebars, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 doesn’t disappoint. With the Neken handlebar and Renthal grips, riders will feel confident and in control, even in the most challenging conditions. And at just 149.7 lbs (without fuel), this bike is lightweight and easy to handle, giving riders the ultimate advantage on the trail.
The impressive 325 mm ground clearance ensures that riders can tackle even the most challenging terrain with ease. And with the appropriate seat height, riders will feel comfortable and confident on this bike, regardless of their size or experience level.
Regarding tires, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 is equipped with the best. The Michelin Trial Competition X11 tubeless radial is known for high-quality tires, and riders can be sure they will have the traction they need to conquer any obstacle.
The redesigned footpegs have a greater surface area; thus, the rider gets a better grip.
Finally, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 has a fuel tank of 0.63 gallons. It may not seem like little, but for trial riders, it is more than enough for trial riders to tackle even the most prolonged and demanding courses.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 is available in one color:
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 comes in one variant:
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 boasts a powerful engine that packs a punch. This one-cylinder, two-stroke engine has a displacement of 294.1 cc, making it an ideal choice for a capable dirt bike.
The engine’s design is sleek and streamlined, with a bore of 79 mm and a stroke of 60 mm, making it the perfect size for off-road adventures. Its liquid cooling system, complete with a radiator fan, ensures that the engine stays cool even during the most intense rides, giving riders the peace of mind to push their limits.
Fuel delivery is handled by a 28mm Keihin PWK carburetor, providing smooth and reliable performance at all times. The engine is also equipped with a Hidria ECU, which ensures that the fuel delivery is precisely tuned to maximize the engine’s potential.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 is a dirt bike designed to impress, and its features are no exception.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 has a sleek and easy-to-read instrument cluster that displays all the vital information you need while riding. This instrument cluster covers you from speed and engine RPM to fuel level.
The high-quality LED lights provide excellent visibility, even in the darkest conditions. These lights will keep you safe and on track whether you hit the trails at dawn or dusk.
Handguards protect riders’ hands from flying debris and other hazards. They are also designed to be comfortable and easy to use so that you can focus on the ride ahead.
The durable mudguards protect against mud and other debris, helping keep you and your bike clean and in top condition.
The Kickstarter is more robust and works efficiently to bring the bike back to life with an assertive kick.
The new and improved exhaust and muffler for 2023 is a more durable end-cap part of the package. This exhaust provides excellent performance and gives the bike a distinctive and powerful sound.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 is designed to conquer the most challenging trail terrain. Its robust transmission boasts 6-speeds, ensuring the rider can always find the right gear.
The suspension duties at the front are performed by a TECH aluminum bar of Ø 39, which allows for a smooth and responsive ride, regardless of the bumps and jumps.
The rear suspension is equally impressive, featuring a TECH hydraulic shock absorber with a linkage that provides three different ways of adjustment. With suspension travel of 174 mm in the rear and 160 mm in the front, this bike can easily tackle even the most rugged landscapes.
Regarding braking, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 is a force to get reckoned with. The front brake is equipped with a monoblock 4-piston BRAKTEC caliper and NG WAVE floating disc with a diameter of 185 mm, allowing for unbeatable stopping power. Meanwhile, the rear brake features a BRAKTEC caliper with an auto stand system and 2-piston NG (FIM) paired with a 150 mm diameter disc.
The high-performance BRAKTEC braking system is specially designed for trial use, so TXT GP 300 provides an overwhelming performance when halting the bike.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 comes at a price tag of approximately $9,699, while the Beta EVO 300 is more affordable at $8,399.
When it comes to the engines, both bikes pack a punch. The GASGAS TXT GP 300 boasts a 2-stroke single with a displacement of 294.1 cc. However, the Beta EVO 300 features a 2- stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled reed valve engine with a displacement of 296.5 cc. Both engines are liquid-cooled, but the GASGAS has a radiator fan for added cooling power.
Color and variant
GASGAS TXT GP 300 and the Beta EVO 300 come in red with one variant option.
Regarding fuel capacity, the Beta EVO 300 takes the lead with 0.75 gallons compared to the GASGAS TXT GP 300’s 0.63 gallons (approx).
GASGAS TXT GP 300 weighs 149.69 lbs, whereas Beta EVO 300 gets 146 lbs.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 comes in at $9,699, while the Sherco 300 ST-R RACING EN price is yet to be disclosed.
In terms of engines, both bikes have powerful 2-stroke single-cylinder engines that deliver impressive performance. The GASGAS TXT GP 300 has a displacement of 294.1 cc, while the Sherco 300 ST-R RACING EN has a slightly smaller displacement of 294 cc. Both engines are liquid-cooled and have the same bore and stroke of 79 x 60 mm.
Color and variant
Regarding colors and variants, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 comes in bold red with one variant option, while the Sherco 300 ST-R RACING EN has blue and lime green graphics with one variant option.
The Sherco 300 ST-R RACING EN has a fuel capacity of 0.58 gallons, while the GASGAS TXT GP 300 comes in at 0.63 gallons (approx).
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 is an iconic motorcycle that provides riders with exceptional performance and design. Its lightweight and agile frame, powerful engine, and precise handling make it the perfect choice for experienced and novice riders. Its durable construction and top-of-the-line components give riders the confidence to tackle even the most challenging terrain. With its competitive price point and excellent fuel economy, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 is a perfect choice for any rider looking for an exciting ride.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 has a 294.1 cc single-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
The fuel tank capacity of the GASGAS TXT GP 300 is 0.63 gallons.
No, the GASGAS TXT GP 300 has no electric start option; it comes with kickstart.
The GASGAS TXT GP 300 has TECH aluminum bar Ø 39 front suspension and a TECH hydraulic shock absorber with linkage for the rear.