GASGAS hits the streets for the first time with the Street LEGAL ES 700, SM 700

The new GASGAS ES 700 and GASGAS SM 700 herald a new era in the Spanish company as the first legal road motorcycle.  GASGAS has pulled the all-new ES 700 and SM 700, two road legal models announcing the company's first foray into the street market. Motocross specialists have developed an interesting reputation for Supermoto, Enduro and Trail bikes over the years. But the brand's philosophy has changed - a move led by owner Pierer Mobility (KTM) - that sees Tarmac thinking outside the box for the first time in 37 years. Both the ES 700 and SM 700 names are separated from the existing KTM 690 SMC R platform, which includes the Husqvarna 701 Supermoto/Enduro twins. To differentiate them, the SM 700 and ES 700 come in the distinctive 'fire truck' red color scheme. with white sticker The paint job and base are all too familiar with the GASGAS ES 700 and SM 700, which feature KTM's venerable large single-cylinder 692cc engine.  The GASGAS debuts with 74 hp, 'modern' electronics for 'accurate throttle response on the touch' and a 6-speed quickshift gearbox with a 13.5 liter fuel tank. But only for drivers with A2 licenses.  In both models, the SM 700 is designed for everyday use on the road with greater ease. With a 48mm WP front suspension setup and a fully adjustable rear shock. Although we may not be familiar with the GASGAS brand on the road, but think inside that we are still familiar with KTM because the foundation is from the same place, but only GASGAS is good at dirt racing. However, the ES 700 and SM 700 represent the first step in opening the door to the off-road market. And there will be more models to come in the future.

The new GASGAS ES 700 and GASGAS SM 700 herald a new era in the Spanish company as the first legal road motorcycle.

GASGAS has pulled the all-new ES 700 and SM 700, two road legal models announcing the company's first foray into the street market. Motocross specialists have developed an interesting reputation for Supermoto, Enduro and Trail bikes over the years. But the brand's philosophy has changed - a move led by owner Pierer Mobility (KTM) - that sees Tarmac thinking outside the box for the first time in 37 years.

The new GASGAS ES 700 and GASGAS SM 700 herald a new era in the Spanish company as the first legal road motorcycle.  GASGAS has pulled the all-new ES 700 and SM 700, two road legal models announcing the company's first foray into the street market. Motocross specialists have developed an interesting reputation for Supermoto, Enduro and Trail bikes over the years. But the brand's philosophy has changed - a move led by owner Pierer Mobility (KTM) - that sees Tarmac thinking outside the box for the first time in 37 years. Both the ES 700 and SM 700 names are separated from the existing KTM 690 SMC R platform, which includes the Husqvarna 701 Supermoto/Enduro twins. To differentiate them, the SM 700 and ES 700 come in the distinctive 'fire truck' red color scheme. with white sticker The paint job and base are all too familiar with the GASGAS ES 700 and SM 700, which feature KTM's venerable large single-cylinder 692cc engine.  The GASGAS debuts with 74 hp, 'modern' electronics for 'accurate throttle response on the touch' and a 6-speed quickshift gearbox with a 13.5 liter fuel tank. But only for drivers with A2 licenses.  In both models, the SM 700 is designed for everyday use on the road with greater ease. With a 48mm WP front suspension setup and a fully adjustable rear shock. Although we may not be familiar with the GASGAS brand on the road, but think inside that we are still familiar with KTM because the foundation is from the same place, but only GASGAS is good at dirt racing. However, the ES 700 and SM 700 represent the first step in opening the door to the off-road market. And there will be more models to come in the future.

Both the ES 700 and SM 700 names are separated from the existing KTM 690 SMC R platform, which includes the Husqvarna 701 Supermoto/Enduro twins. To differentiate them, the SM 700 and ES 700 come in the distinctive 'fire truck' red color scheme. with white sticker The paint job and base are all too familiar with the GASGAS ES 700 and SM 700, which feature KTM's venerable large single-cylinder 692cc engine.

The new GASGAS ES 700 and GASGAS SM 700 herald a new era in the Spanish company as the first legal road motorcycle.  GASGAS has pulled the all-new ES 700 and SM 700, two road legal models announcing the company's first foray into the street market. Motocross specialists have developed an interesting reputation for Supermoto, Enduro and Trail bikes over the years. But the brand's philosophy has changed - a move led by owner Pierer Mobility (KTM) - that sees Tarmac thinking outside the box for the first time in 37 years. Both the ES 700 and SM 700 names are separated from the existing KTM 690 SMC R platform, which includes the Husqvarna 701 Supermoto/Enduro twins. To differentiate them, the SM 700 and ES 700 come in the distinctive 'fire truck' red color scheme. with white sticker The paint job and base are all too familiar with the GASGAS ES 700 and SM 700, which feature KTM's venerable large single-cylinder 692cc engine.  The GASGAS debuts with 74 hp, 'modern' electronics for 'accurate throttle response on the touch' and a 6-speed quickshift gearbox with a 13.5 liter fuel tank. But only for drivers with A2 licenses.  In both models, the SM 700 is designed for everyday use on the road with greater ease. With a 48mm WP front suspension setup and a fully adjustable rear shock. Although we may not be familiar with the GASGAS brand on the road, but think inside that we are still familiar with KTM because the foundation is from the same place, but only GASGAS is good at dirt racing. However, the ES 700 and SM 700 represent the first step in opening the door to the off-road market. And there will be more models to come in the future.

The GASGAS debuts with 74 hp, 'modern' electronics for 'accurate throttle response on the touch' and a 6-speed quickshift gearbox with a 13.5 liter fuel tank. But only for drivers with A2 licenses.

In both models, the SM 700 is designed for everyday use on the road with greater ease. With a 48mm WP front suspension setup and a fully adjustable rear shock.

The new GASGAS ES 700 and GASGAS SM 700 herald a new era in the Spanish company as the first legal road motorcycle.  GASGAS has pulled the all-new ES 700 and SM 700, two road legal models announcing the company's first foray into the street market. Motocross specialists have developed an interesting reputation for Supermoto, Enduro and Trail bikes over the years. But the brand's philosophy has changed - a move led by owner Pierer Mobility (KTM) - that sees Tarmac thinking outside the box for the first time in 37 years. Both the ES 700 and SM 700 names are separated from the existing KTM 690 SMC R platform, which includes the Husqvarna 701 Supermoto/Enduro twins. To differentiate them, the SM 700 and ES 700 come in the distinctive 'fire truck' red color scheme. with white sticker The paint job and base are all too familiar with the GASGAS ES 700 and SM 700, which feature KTM's venerable large single-cylinder 692cc engine.  The GASGAS debuts with 74 hp, 'modern' electronics for 'accurate throttle response on the touch' and a 6-speed quickshift gearbox with a 13.5 liter fuel tank. But only for drivers with A2 licenses.  In both models, the SM 700 is designed for everyday use on the road with greater ease. With a 48mm WP front suspension setup and a fully adjustable rear shock. Although we may not be familiar with the GASGAS brand on the road, but think inside that we are still familiar with KTM because the foundation is from the same place, but only GASGAS is good at dirt racing. However, the ES 700 and SM 700 represent the first step in opening the door to the off-road market. And there will be more models to come in the future.

Although we may not be familiar with the GASGAS brand on the road, but think inside that we are still familiar with KTM because the foundation is from the same place, but only GASGAS is good at dirt racing. However, the ES 700 and SM 700 represent the first step in opening the door to the off-road market. And there will be more models to come in the future.

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