GasGas 2021 Race Contingency Program

Press Release | November 17, 2020

GasGas North America announced its Contingency Program for 2021, which sees an expanded effort to support racers all over the U.S. in both national and regional motocross/supercross, off-road racing and, of course, trials competition.

GasGas 2021 Race Contingency Program

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The following is a press release from GasGas…

GasGas offers an exciting—yet generally accessible–entry point into the world of high-performance off-road motorcycles. With a rich and proud history in off-road motorcycle racing and trials competition, GasGas enables more riders to join in and share the enjoyment together, welcoming new and old riders alike with its inviting down-to-earth character.


Beginning at its roots, GasGas is pleased to support the Mototrials USA National Championship by offering an industry-leading contingency program with per-round payouts throughout the season. With a robust 2021 schedule making stops all across the U.S., the GasGas Factory Racing Team is excited to compete at the highest level in trials competition.


New for 2021, GasGas will be competitive in the nation’s premier Motocross/Supercross racing series’, including the AMA Pro Motocross and AMA Supercross World Championship. GasGas will be offering competitive rewards at major amateur motocross nationals including the Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National Motocross Championship, Freestone Spring Championship and Winter Mini Olympics. Additionally, GasGas will be going racing and supporting select regional motocross series across the country.


GasGas is excited to dive into the vast world of U.S. off-road racing with a competitive contingency program in premier national series’ such as the AMA Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series, World Off-road Championship Series (WORCS), AMA National Hare and Hound Championship, and AMA National Enduro Championship. In addition, GasGas will be going racing and supporting select regional off-road series across the country.

Stay tuned for the official contingency website and more details to be launched soon.


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