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Old 01-27-2021, 09:39 PM
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Default New 2019 300 EC and 300 XC in Ohio

Just wanted to let everyone know Lancaster Sport Cycles has a 2019 300 EC and a 2019 300 XC. Advertised at $9300 and $9000.


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Old 01-28-2021, 10:43 AM
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Thought I'd be helping some fellas out by posting these bikes were available but now I'm not so sure...

"Hello: it is Brian from Lancaster Sport Cycles. We will be glad to work with you on the price of this bike. How are you paying? Finance, submit the application and we will see what you will qualify for. An approval is more important than price at this point. without an approval price means nothing. If you are paying cash, bring it with you and we will see if it is enough.

Any questions please contact Brian at 800-767-7394. Store hours are T-F 10-7 and Sat. 9-5. Thanks for your time and interest, Brian."

....am I wrong ?

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Old 02-01-2021, 07:38 PM
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Default good luck

Probly get a 21-22 rieju for 9k
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Old 02-01-2021, 09:18 PM
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I agree with Stoby, those prices seem a bit high even with a sellers market.
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Old 06-07-2021, 01:34 PM
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How do you like you 2021 gg ec 300? I hear its really a red ktm but is that true?
Looking to upgrade from my 2007
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Old 06-09-2021, 07:16 AM
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Crazy money.....
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Old 06-10-2021, 02:33 PM
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So far I love my red KT...er I mean GAS GAS EC 300. Yes it is a combination of the KTM 300 XCW and a Husky TE 300i. It has an aluminum rear sub frame like the KTM (Husky has poly) but it has linkage for the rear shock like the Husky (KTM has the PDS set up). Bike just feels lighter (although a little heavier), slimmer, and it just handles better than the KTMs. Power is smoooth but deceiving, it just puts the power to the ground with minimal wheel spin. Brakes might be better as they are not as grabby as the Brembos from the KTM/Husky (Gas Gas uses Braktek). Suspension just might be the best overall suspension overall I've ever had on a bike, it's good and plush in the woods and rocks, and works well on a local motocross track. It feels like suspension that has been done by an after market suspension company.

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So far I love my red KT...er I mean GAS GAS EC 300. Yes it is a combination of the KTM 300 XCW and a Husky TE 300i. It has an aluminum rear sub frame like the KTM (Husky has poly) but it has linkage for the rear shock like the Husky (KTM has the PDS set up). Bike just feels lighter (although a little heavier), slimmer, and it just handles better than the KTMs. Power is smoooth but deceiving, it just puts the power to the ground with minimal wheel spin. Brakes might be better as they are not as grabby as the Brembos from the KTM/Husky (Gas Gas uses Braktek). Suspension just might be the best overall suspension overall I've ever had on a bike, it's good and plush in the woods and rocks, and works well on a local motocross track. It feels like suspension that has been done by an after market suspension company.

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Yeah, but it is a GasGas in name only. I've ridden the new "GasGas", and even did a vid about my initial impression of it (good bike), but it's still a KTM at heart.
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