Gas Gas Prepare For Return To World Series

gas gas sub2With the onset of most national and international championships and in view of the 2016 competition calendar, Gas Gas is pleased to announce the list of riders that will be part of their official team, competing in both Trial and Enduro World and National championships, and the home country races and national competitions for each respective rider


After successfully conquering the uncertainties of the past, Gas Gas returns to the fray even stronger, with renewed vigor and confidence in their team. And for this, and his potential for the future, Gas Gas has confidence in Arnau Farré. The young rider from Lleida has become the main asset of the brand in the world of Trial. A future that, in 2016, will see him compete at the controls of the updated Gas Gas TXT Pro Racing 300, challenging the best riders in the Spanish Championship, in TR1, and fighting for the World title in the junior category. With Marc Riba, Farré will have a teammate, as the young Spaniard also receives factory support in the national TR2 and the World Cup.

True to the firm with which he has managed to string together six titles as Trial Champion of Italy, Matteo Grattarola will again take part at the pinnacle of the World Pro Championship, while in the Italian championship, he will compete within the structure of the Team Spea Gas Gas Italy of Claudio Favro.

Now fully recovered from the knee injury he suffered last year in the Japanese Grand Prix, Michael Brown is back with renewed energy to fight for the World Championship. The JST Gas Gas UK team's number one rider will also participate in the many competitions that comprise the season of British Trial. Brown, will have as his teammates, the young Jack Price, and brothers Jack Peace and Dan Peace, emerging talents in the sport of Trial in Britain, and who will also participate in the specialty of World Junior.

And the final subject of this Trial section, Gas Gas incorporates Germany’s Franz Kadlec who is joining the team to compete for the World Cup. The young German rider, like Arnau Farré in Spain, is one of the promising talents of trial in his country. And in 2016, Kadlec will join the discipline for Gas Gas in the German Championship and the World Championship in Senior, a category with a calendar that includes eight rounds, starting with the Trial GP of Spain, on April 9th in Cal Rosal (Barcelona) and ends in Italy, in Valchiampo, on September 3rd.