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GasGas Debuts Funky MOTO E-Bike

A two-wheeled party with pedals - that seems to be the design brief for GasGas’ latest electric offering, the GasGas Moto urban cruiser.

Joining GasGas’ established range of e-bicycles, the MOTO brings a fresh new look inspired by California’s beach cruiser-styled bicycles. But GasGas being GasGas has taken the much-loved concept and raised the bar by adding voltage and modern motorcycle features.

Blending the urban cruiser bicycle with supermoto aesthetics, the MOTO is a rather unique option for commuters or weekend warriors looking for an easy, and more importantly - fun - way to get around.

Ensuring simplicity in design, the durable, and very red, steel frame creates a relaxed riding position. While GasGas states that it’s a ‘one-size fits all’ thanks to its extra-long bench seat, further reading reveals the MOTO is designed for riders between 160-190cm tall. Sorry, kids!

Rolling stock comes in the form of a set of supermoto-inspired 20-inch wheels wrapped in balloon tyres which not only complement the look and feel of the bike but also help keep things relatively comfy despite the MOTO’s lack of suspension.

While it’s pretty obvious that the MOTO is a pedal-assisted bike, going by the release video it has enough power coming out of its rear hub motor and 672Wh battery to keep things entertaining. The North American market will score a special US version featuring a throttle grip with a maximum motor output of 750W, and it's unclear at this time whether this will also find its way to Australasia.

GasGas Australia & New Zealand has, however, confirmed that the MOTO will be heading to our shores to join the local lineup, with delivery time and pricing yet to be determined by GasGas HQ.

GASGAS MOTO – Highlights

One-size-fits-all urban cruiser

Supermoto aesthetics

Fitting for 160 - 190 cm riders

Extra-long and comfy seat

Sturdy, robust steel frame

Strong hub motor

20-inch fat tyres for massive comfort

Display with Bluetooth connection allowing smartphone connectivity


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