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GasGas Launches ECC eMTB with WP / DVO Suspension

Oct 4, 2023
by Dario DiGiulio  
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In keeping with their moto roots, GasGas has released a brand-new eMTB that draws from their experience in the powersports world and highlights some of the freshest e-bike tech on the market today. Dubbed the ECC, this new E-enduro bike was a collaborative effort between GasGas, the Kiska design group, with suspension help from WP and DVO. All models feature the new SRAM Powertrain drive unit, and a unique carbon frame.

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ECC geometry.

The geometry of the ECC is progressive, even amongst other modern e-mtbs. With size-specific chainstays that are a fair bit longer than the average, very high stack heights, and fairly long reach numbers, the bike will certainly have a large footprint. That said, the head and seat angles aren't very extreme, at 64° and 75°, respectively. The size Small has a slightly steeper STA, but overall that detail feels a little bit off the mark, compared to the 77/78° angles we're starting to see more regularly. Luckily, you have a massive motor to do the climbing for you, so realistically that body position matters a bit less than on pedal bikes.

Speaking of the motor, it's the Powertrain model we covered last week, with 90Nm of peak power and a very simple user interface. The ECC comes with a 600Wh battery, which they see as the ideal combination of weight and power. In classic moto fashion, the bike comes with removable and customizable plastics, to help protect the carbon frame and help contribute to that braap braap aesthetic.

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The suspension developed for this bike is a very interesting detail, as it is WP's first foray into mountain bike components. WP is a well-known brand in the moto world, but hadn't down-sized their tech until now. Partnering with DVO, they've integrated some novel damping techniques. The main feature here is a cone valve that acts as a blow-off on hard impacts, without affecting the regular damping circuits. That valve can be adjusted externally via the HSC damping, with independent LSC and rebound accessible externally. This isn't necessarily a radical departure from typical fork/shock technologies, but could help keep the ride height high in the travel without sacrificing small bump and large compression performance.

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ECC 6 // XO T-Type drivetrain, SRAM Code RSC brakes, Newmen wheels and cockpit, DVO/WP suspension. €9,999

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ECC 5 // GX T-Type drivetrain, SRAM G2 RS brakes, GasGas wheels and cockpit, DVO/WP suspension. €8,999
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ECC 4 // GX/SX Eagle drivetrain, SRAM DB8 brakes, GasGas wheels and cockpit, RockShox Select+ suspension. €7,999

GasGas dealers should have available models by the end of 2023, with North American availability coming in the spring of 2024. More info at gasgas.com

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146 Comments
  • 139 9
 I am not in the market for an ebike but I really wouldn't be in the market for a bike that says Gas Gas on it. I guess Electricity Electricity would be too long though.
  • 39 0
 AmpAmp
  • 92 0
 wattwatt was that?
  • 4 0
 I am holding out for CoulombCoulomb.
  • 7 0
 ZapZap
  • 12 0
 FapFap
  • 3 0
 To get that hill I need a push-push?
  • 5 0
 Brapbrap
  • 6 0
 @icobacho: The A-10 Thunderbolt II already has this trademarked. IMO... best flying tank ever made.
  • 4 0
 It’s more Gasp Gasp than Gas Gas.
  • 4 0
 Well most electricity comes from nat gas so there ya go.
  • 2 0
 I’ll pass on this gas gas
  • 3 0
 Can I get a woopwoop
  • 1 0
 Wind wind
  • 1 0
 @no-good-ideas: oohh, that is VERY good!

The juice that moves a motorcycle is GAS.

The juice that moves e-bikes are AMPS.

I'm definetly stealing that.
  • 2 0
 Too bad Pizza, Pizza was already taken.
  • 64 6
 Perhaps this will be an unpopular opinion: this is a good thing.

If we want technology to advance more quickly, and if we want pricing to come down, we need big companies with loads of money and existing manufacturing abilities to enter the market.

If you want a better ebike (better/lighter batteries, better motors, etc) it costs money to develop.

If you want a cheaper ebike, the manufacturer has to have some efficiency over the competition.

If you want more, better, cheaper products, and more people to join the sport we love, this is a way to make big steps forward, and fast. The “little guys” (Pinion) can do this too, but it’ll take a lot more time.
  • 7 0
 Sure in theory, but entry level spec for an 8k ebike isn't exactly progress...
  • 92 5
 More meathead motobros blowing the doors off hikers on affordable ebikes may be counterproductive to the cycling community.
  • 25 3
 I don’t want any of those things, they sound like bad things
  • 4 0
 Also, where else can you get a bike with plastics. My mind is blown rn
  • 6 0
 The trend seems to be big high volume offshore manufacturers (specialized, trek, Santa Cruz) charging a premium even though their margin is far greater than the little guys (We Are One, etc.).

If you’re going to spend $10k give it to the little guys (or wait for the big guys to do a fire sale on carbon Levos with big batteries thrown in).
  • 6 9
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: IMO the solution is to limit ebikes to bike specific trails. They aren’t appropriate for multi-use trails.
  • 7 2
 @dthomp325: on the downhill, they are functionally no different than a regular bike. If you would like proof of this, go to the 2021 Sun peaks field test and look at the times between the regular bikes and the E bikes. The E bikes were about three seconds slower on the same track in the capable hands of Canadian DH Legend Matt Beer.
  • 6 10
flag Dustfarter (Oct 4, 2023 at 16:07) (Below Threshold)
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: Nah. Those dudes have already graduated to Sur Rons.
Class 1 bikes are for shredders looking for more laps or embarrassingly kooky middle aged riders.
  • 13 18
flag Mtbdialed (Oct 4, 2023 at 16:24) (Below Threshold)
 you got one thing wrong here: anyone reading this wants less people entering the market, but also cheaper shit. lol

basically your average pinker is a moron that got a Masters in gender studies, and now wants the local Plumber to pay for his student debt.
  • 3 0
 @dthomp325: oh my goodness you actually think it’s not happening already and hasn’t been happening for decades?? The sky isn’t falling chicken little.
  • 4 0
 How big do you think Pierer group is?
I'll tell ya, they are a 3bn dollar group (thats all in)....their bike division is, 100 million ish?

Point being, they are no bigger than PON or other large groups. As far as technology, there is nothing here but suppliers stuff (SRAM, DVO, etc)....Pierer interest are shareholders, no different.
You see CHEAP smoking deals on Husky's, KTM's GasGas dirt bikes? because they are so large and powerful? no, same prices as honda yamaha suzuki.
  • 4 0
 Ironically there isn't any new technology on the 'E' part of the bike. It just has some bolt on plastic stuff and some tweaked suspension that could be bolted onto anything.
  • 2 0
 @wake-n-rake: Hey now, let’s not rush to judgment on that penultimate point: it has some, er, GasGas Plugs (“designed in pure GasGas style”) after all……
  • 5 0
 @dthomp325: Ebikes ride the same than regular bikes. Got many friends ridding ebikes and we all ride together 0 problems. Even you can ride your ebike in any bikepark in EU and no one have a problem with that.
Ebike people make fun jokes while going uphill,tow other friends and that´s all,maybe some of them wait a little on the top.
  • 1 2
 @dthomp325: Oh don't worry, the trailhead limits and restrictions will definitely be coming...
  • 2 0
 @dthomp325: ...either are 800lbs prey animals that spook at the sound of a squirrel fart, but those are still allowed!
  • 1 0
 @homerjm: "you can ride your ebike in any bikepark in EU" - that was exactly @dthomp325's point. e-bikes and regular MTB coexist pretty well. e-bikes and hikers/dog-walkers/horsey-folks, maybe not so much.

The problem is that there's two types of e-bike owners. There's the old, overweight dude (yes, almost always a dude) for whom the motor means moving about the same pace as a fit rider on a bike without assist. Then there's folks who have an ebike to hammer as many laps as possible and want the assist to go uphill at 15mph (~25 kph for the rest of ya'all). Which isn't that fast but can seem shockingly fast to an 80 year old hiker slowly ambling up the trail and looking at flowers. I really hate heavy-handed rules but the latter type of rider doesn't belong on multi-use trails while the former is does.

All I can say is that I implore my fellow ebike riders to use good judgement with your assist when going uphill on multi-use singletrack. Or, stick to stuff where you can ride roads or doubletracks up and singletrack down. Easier said than done in some places...but a good reason to be an advocate for MTB-only DH trails.
  • 4 0
 @CamNeelyCantWheelie: sure, but would the hiker know the difference between a guy on an ebike and a fit guy going the same speed on a not-ebike?

Maybe, maybe not. Your argument (which is a very common one) is basically blaming the ebike itself for the altercation, and not blaming the rider. You can be a dick to hikers regardless of what kind of bike you’re on.

This argument is also under the assumption that all moto bros are dickheads. This is no different than “snowboarders are dickheads”, “skiers are dickheads”, “skateboarders are dickheads”, etc. Its all subjective to the speaker.

TLDR: don’t be a dickhead, and there won’t be issues.
  • 22 0
 Took me a minute. The plug kit, is a bunch of plastic plugs you put in the frame holes when you decide the rattling plastic covers are worthless.
  • 16 0
 But the plugs are designed in pure GasGas style!
  • 23 0
 @MTBrent: that sentence takes on a whole new meaning if you lose the word 'the'.
  • 1 0
 Gas gas!
  • 34 15
 Something super corny about companies like this making E-bikes.
  • 24 6
 Really? Something corny about an offroad motorsports company making an electric, lighterweight offroad motor vehicle, seems pretty "on-brand" to me.

I love that theyre leaning into the "dirt bike" aspect of this, harder to claim "its still a workout" and puts the product where I think it belongs, and will gain the most traction.
  • 16 1
 @onawalk: agreed; and I'd actually love to see the likes of yamaha, honda and the likes, getting heavily interested in this e-emtb industry... but not rebranding chinese or taiwanese frames but, actually design and develop their own high end models in order to compete with the biggest in the cycling industry.
  • 3 3
 @eugenux: I'll be honest, I'm more interested in Yamahas YZ-X, or Hondas CRF-X than any sort of electrified version they produce.

The GasGas EC-300 Nambotin is prolly my all time favorite bike still, it really opened my eyes to what a proper 2-smoke enduro bike was capable of
  • 1 0
 @onawalk: I understand your point but I wasn't ref. to an electric crf.. I was ref to actual ebikes comming from brands that have a rich history manufacturing specialty "tools" for going off-road.
Honda proved, (unfortunately, once!) they can make a bike that goes hard and fast on really challenging terrain. Maybe they should make their comeback.
  • 9 1
 What's corny about a motorbike company making a motorbike?
  • 2 0
 Yeah, the Honda downhill bike was garbage wasn’t it? I can’t roll my eyes harder
  • 2 0
 @onawalk: it took a 2stroke from 2009 to open your eyes? I don’t get it they were prominent for soo many years.
  • 2 0
 @eugenux: doesn’t Yamaha make the motor for Giant e-bikes? Considering they teamed up with the largest bike company in the world, I’d guess they think it’s worth their time.
  • 1 0
 @Chondog94: yup, and then have their own ebike too.
  • 1 1
 Yeah in general big brands just jump on a cycle trend with an off the shelf design and parts from Taiwan to sell to their target audience that already knows their name but could care less about the MTB scene. I mean Jeep and Hummer sell mountain bikes for f*cks sakes. Gas Gas is literally just putting their name on an existing bike, they admitted as much recently.. Honda did something amazing 20 years ago with their DH team but then scrapped it. Other than that one instance I cant think of a time when an automotive/motorcycle company actually invested real resources into advancing MTB tech.
  • 1 0
 @jackfunk: their prev model was a branding affair. This one is their own. What I would like to see is something similar to what Honda did 20 years ago.
  • 1 0
 @sophisticatedhonky: I raced 2smokes for years in motox, from a CR 60, all the way to a YZ 250, I loved them for moto, not so much for enduro. I found them to pointy, and they were at the time. The change to 4 strokes brought me back to enduro, and thats really all anyone was racing for quite some time. The resurgence of euro 2smokes was great, and one of the first I tried was that EC-300, its ability to lug at slow speeds, and tractor up greasy climbs was both vastly different from my previous experience racing motos, and unexpected from a 300cc 2smoke bike.
  • 1 0
 @jackfunk: Thats an interesting take,
Does a company need to put out a wholly independant mtb design and product for you to feel that they are investing into advancing mtb tech?
Hondas foray into DH, while spectacular, I'm not sure it did a tonne to advance mtb tech, but I could be wrong.
  • 13 0
 I think the most intriguing thing about this is that WP's proprietary cone valve tech is finally making its way over to MTB/E-MTB suspension, which I wasn't sure we'd ever see until WP's patent rights to the technology expired.

It'll be interesting to see if it makes any appreciable difference in ride quality in an MTB application. Either way, cool to see it make it over to MTBs even though the concept is fairly old now.
  • 12 0
 this. this is the biggest part of this article. cone valves are all the rage with vet riders. i don't know if their benefits are truly universal, but it's supposed to be good stuff for the right application. wait till the bell-boycotters and yeti-tribe-petitioners find out what WP changed their name from..
  • 4 0
 @mm732: Walnut Pesto?
  • 4 0
 @PHX77: wasabi pyrotechnik
  • 2 0
 @mm732: Damn. That's a banger of a band name.
  • 2 0
 @mm732: loool, that was a good google. Thanks for that.
  • 7 0
 WP suspension as a brand name has been into mountainbiking for a good while. A guy called Bart Brentjens won the Olympics on one of their forks. They eventually became labeled as Rond forks but the fork Bart Brentjens rode had both WP as well as Rond logos. Rond was the bicycle brand of WP suspension back then. Rond (after ex MX racer Gerard Rond, who currently heads a military vehicle company called Defenture) closely cooperated with Magura with their FIRM-tech mount (so that people could run hydraulic rim brakes without all the adaptors and boosters) and eventually acquired the brand (just Rond, not WP) in 2003. From what I understand, WP eventually went out of business though the name got acquired by KTM (the motorcycle brand, not the bicycle brand) so that is the WP suspension you see nowadays. Magura did cooperate with the current WP on an USD fork called the Boltron. It had the (original) 20x110mm axle mount and OEM manufacturers went "nice, but we want boost" which is when Magura decided to leave the suspension industry with all the swiftly changing standards. Along with that, the WP brand name also left the bicycle scene. So now we see them cooperate once more with a bicycle suspension brand, but it is the very same WP (as part of KTM) as who cooperated on the Boltron.
  • 1 0
 @mm732: From what I understand, WP suspension (the original brand) was created by former MX racer Wim Peters. Their first set of coil springs were coated by a company in his home town which coats hospital beds, hence they ended up white. This is what the name came from. Not something to be bothered by.

www.wp-suspension.com/about-wp
  • 11 0
 You'd think an ebike made by a moto company would be super cheap since "you can buy a motorcycle for that price and it has a full gas motor" but alas, here we are.
  • 13 3
 Red DVO looks absolutely amazing
  • 8 1
 Maybe im biased since I have a Gas Gas dirtbike but this is kinda hot. That said I am not buying one lol
  • 2 0
 At first glance it's almost kinda not ugly. After that though... Be gone with those plastic flaps
  • 9 1
 holy long chainstays batman... gonna feel like a boat!
  • 5 0
 They're not long, they're progressive. And the 4mm difference between the sizes totally makes for a balanced ride while fitting all riders perfectly and ensuring amazing traction and stability in the chunk. At least that's what I've learned from the PB comments section in the last couple of years.
  • 7 0
 Lawnmowers look different nowadays...
  • 3 0
 They will sell a ton of these to 35-65 year old dirtbike racers, they will also be in the moto dealerships. Go to a GNCC or really any offroad race there is probably half as many ebikes there as there are race bikes. They use them to cycle the track and people use them to get around to sign up, starting line, pits etc. Not necessary to have such a nice ebike to get around the race venue but people want to show off. Intense and Specialized are certainly not looking forward to this bike release as they are very popular with the same crowd. There was 1300 racers at this years Big Buck GNCC so its a big market.
  • 5 0
 The big question here is “is WP Suspension’s participation here laying the ground work for future product launches?”
  • 9 1
 Only Clayton Bigsby knows...
  • 1 0
 I hope they have improved their bikes - I rode a demo one at Ard Rock and it was awful. Rattled itself loose all over the shop, suspension couldnt keep up with the range of hits and the base level spec components were awful. I know they have pedigree but could do with more MTB specific research - lets hope this new one is better, definitely looks it!
  • 5 0
 What the ECC is this
  • 13 10
 *Googles WP because I'm unfamiliar* second sentence from Wikipedia "...founded in 1977 as White Power Suspension" WAIT WHAT?
  • 9 7
 Lmao what the heck. From their website:

"“White Power” Suspension – not a political statement, but an allusion to the striking white springs used for his products. Yet this colour choice is as iconic as it is pragmatic. The only coater in Peter’s home country, Malden in the Netherlands, makes hospital beds. These are typically white – and so will Peter’s springs."

The founder's name is 'Wim Peters', why can't 'WP' stand for that? There's really no reason for it to have been called 'White Power' or continue to be called that.
  • 5 0
 Yes but not like kkk white power.
  • 2 2
 @mrbrighteyes: oh my. They definitely should have worked shopped this one a bit more.
  • 12 1
 @mtmc99: they've been around since the 70s and their stuff is on literally every high end KTM/Husqvarna/Gas Gas out there, all over the world. They clearly couldn't give two shakes about how some people interpret the name.
  • 4 1
 Where have you guys been? Name and company have been around for decades...
  • 1 1
 @mrbrighteyes: lol that’s pretty good
  • 3 4
 @Otago: So has systemic racism. Because of $hit like this. Total dog whistle.
  • 2 1
 @farkinoath: I think WP knows full well what they're doing, however they try to spin it.
  • 2 0
 @mrbrighteyes: At that time, probably white power wasn't the political nuke it is today, since the usual segregation that caused a war in europe was "arian race"

At least you are bashing the white power in this case, without legal consequences.
  • 2 0
 WP made MTB shocks back in the dark ages www.pinkbike.com/photo/25660490 pretty advanced for the time, that blue collar was a rebound adjustment
  • 1 0
 All the new tech with newest SRAM motor and they spec it with a 600w battery because they "think" it's "the ideal combination of weight and power"? HA!
#FAIL @Gasgas
Ideal is the biggest damn battery you can fit.
  • 2 2
 "Coming soon to your local powersports shop"
Powersports

Mountain biking is becoming moto cross. I am not dissing on moto cross (to each his/her own), but that isn't what we bargained for. It isn't what made mountain biking the huge thing when it came to fruition back in the day. More motorized sports isn't what this world needs, and it sure as hell isn't what I need.
  • 5 2
 Interested to see WP make the move to MTB.
  • 2 0
 I'd like to know if that frame is designed by GasGas... the raw frame screams Aliexpress off the shelf....
  • 1 0
 I dunno, but I saw the alu ones when I was buying a motorbike this weekend and the welds were basically the width of the stays.
  • 1 0
 Check out the new transition...
  • 1 0
 I had exactly same reaction. Like oh good, moto brand h buys a catalog frame, gets some extra weldments attached to bolt on some plastics. Geo is whacked at that.
  • 1 1
 The frame is probably made by Raymon bikes which is a subsidiary of Felt, which Gasgas’s parent company (Pierer Mobility) acquired from Rossignol in 2021 and has recently resold.
  • 7 3
 AssAss
  • 3 0
 I wanted to hate it, but I kind of like it.
  • 8 9
 As bike shops lose their insurance over battery fire risk:

www.bicycleretailer.com/industry-news/2023/09/26/new-jersey-retailer-suspects-insurance-cancellation-tied-e-bikes-e-bike

it'll be motorsports shops that will end up selling/repairing ebikes (their risk management already includes prevention/mitigation of flammable materials etc.). So you'll buy and get service from a powersports shop, Now we just need to make sure those motor(e)bikes stay on motorized trails too. Ebikes are motorbikes-and a company like GasGas jumping in is further proof,
  • 9 5
 Husqvarna makes ebikes now too. They make chainsaws as well. Is that proof that an ebike is actually a chainsaw? Heck, even Porsche makes an ebike now, is that proof that ebikes are actually Porsche cars/suvs? I could go on...
  • 2 0
 @Ryawesomerpm: All companies that focus on motorized transportation, which is what an ebike is.

Until now, companies that JUST make bikes like Giant, or just design bikes and vend out the manufacturing, like Trek (used to make bikes) or Specialized have had a near lock on the ebike market.

The combination of added complexity and liability will likely drive the sales and service to motorized dealers, and companies that have an established history of manufacturing motorized vehicles.

Hyundai and Mitsubishi make container ships as well as cars, Honda makes jets, dirtbikes, and small motor stuff (like lawnmowers) as well as cars. These are MOTORIZED TRANSPORTATION companies, not BICYCLE companies. If the margins and volume warrant it, these companies will eat the bicycle manufacturers lunch when it comes to designing, engineering, manufacturing, selling and servicing motor(e)bikes.
  • 2 0
 @Ryawesomerpm: Honda makes cars...
Kawasaki makes heavy equipment.

Not sure what your point is.

OP is saying ebikes are more complex and have issues that a simple bike shop is less equipped to deal with than maybe a motorcycle shop to some degree.
  • 1 0
 @ReformedRoadie: the average bike shop isn’t equipped to deal with a flat tire these days.

Maybe this will finally draw some oversight, a trade ticket for mechanics, legitimizing the sport on the back end. Instead of teens on minimum wage tinkering with people’s safety and wallets.
  • 1 0
 In England alot of office based companies have banned ebikes from their premises (those used by commuters) because the building insurers have said 'No'. I'm sure it won't be long before house and smaller building insurers (bike shops) go the same way.
  • 1 0
 @ReformedRoadie: it was in response to this quote. ‘Ebikes are motorbikes-and a company like GasGas jumping in is further proof‘. The OP’s point is that ‘e-bikes are motorbikes’ because GasGas also makes dirt bikes. So, i made a comparison that other companies make bicycles but also wildly different things.
  • 1 0
 @bonfire: All true...I've seen some stuff. On one end you have kids who don't know what Triflow is, and on the other end the competent, experienced person is so opinionated, they are making recommendations or questioning choices of riders who they know nothing about (why would you want that tire, it's too heavy...never asks where I ride or what it's going on).
  • 1 0
 @ReformedRoadie: yeah. After 15yrs in shops I moved on from that career and now whenever I have to visit a shop to buy anything it is an absolutely punishing experience.

Shops so unwilling or just unable to train and foster a useful experience and pay nothing due to immense margin pressure. Leaving the consumer with the service they deserve no matter how underwhelming.
  • 5 2
 Perhaps there should be another platform dubbed pinkEbike
  • 3 0
 Something has to give.
  • 2 0
 Didn't WP make a fork with Magura for KTM bikes a while back?
  • 1 0
 Not so sure I would love to say” I ride a gas gas “ just sound so odd to say
  • 1 0
 "Pedal is the glory, Electrics pay the bills"
The exact thing about SUV's in the car market.
  • 2 0
 In what world are black, red and grey "fresh, bold colours"?
  • 1 0
 Size small with 450mm reach and 461mm chainstays is taking the longer chainstays thing to exciting new places.
  • 2 0
 Nice! I can now ride my GasGas to buy Pizza Pizza
  • 2 0
 Definitely an off the shelf catalog frame from taipei
  • 1 0
 A system of Error Correction and Control is actually pretty smart for eMTB riders
  • 1 0
 I want to know how DVO got the fork spec, I get SRAM missing on the shock, but the fork too :o
  • 1 0
 Main picture - anyone else noticed front rotor mounted the wrong way? hahah
  • 1 0
 I know this is wrong, but I want the KR version because Kenny rocks! I'll show myself out.
  • 1 2
 Is it a rigid bike? Do they put more batteries in the fork n shock so it rides longer and just looks like a full suspension bike? Wink

OR am I just blind and didn't see the travel specs?? Smile
  • 1 0
 Only in pure GASGAS style.
  • 2 0
 ZapZap
  • 2 1
 Man, there sure are a lot of bike companies that want my money.
  • 2 0
 I’m pretty sure all companies want your money, if you didn’t know
  • 1 0
 Wish they left the plastics off, such a clean frame look otherwise.
  • 1 1
 Good luck putting a 200mm+ dropper on that. On a plus point bring on WP making MTB coil shocks.
  • 1 1
 > "In keeping with their moto roots, GasGas has released a brand-new eMTB"

perfect
  • 1 0
 SX level drivetrain parts? How’s that work?
  • 3 0
 Probably doesn't....
  • 1 0
 As if emtb's didnt rattle enough, now plastic shrouds?
  • 1 1
 Reminds me of spotting a girl from across the club. Good from far and far from good.
  • 1 0
 Do they make a 2 stroke version?
  • 1 0
 size Medium with a 475mm reach and a 465mm Chainstay WOW!
  • 1 0
 WP had forks back in the Bart Brentjes days of XC racing
  • 1 0
 Custom made for your local no-ebike-greenway shredders
  • 1 0
 469mm chainstay, 500mm reach on a size large
  • 1 0
 Why oh why would a big ebike like this come specced with SRAM G2 brakes?
  • 11 11
 Honestly looks pretty damn good. For a dirt bike.
  • 6 6
 It's what an ebike is, so the shoe fits.
  • 2 0
 Y’all silly
  • 2 2
 This is definitely NOT a moped
  • 2 3
 That is one ugly shock.
  • 1 4
 More heavy ebikes. Where are the lightweight ebikes?







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