EVERY SINGLE SUNDAY GAS GAS 300 PROJECT: TWO-STROKE TUESDAY

On this week’s Two-Stroke Tuesday we show you the personal bike of  “Every Single Sunday” content creator Travis Brock thanks to the camera skill of Jean Turner. This Gas Gas 300 is built to handle just about anything mother nature can throw at it and then probably a little extra. In our 2-Stroke Behind The Build section we have a Suzuki RM250 off-road build that you don’t want to miss!

Photo: Jean Turner

Ever wonder what a working class extreme enduro bike would look like? Well, this Gas Gas 300 just might be it. Travis Brock rides almost every Sunday and post his adventures on YouTube for everyone to see. You can also see some of the content he creates on Bike Bandit’s website as well.

Photo: Jean Turner

Colin and the crew at Faster USA upgrades the wheel department via their CNC machined billet aluminum hubs anodized red, heavy duty stainless steel spokes and black Excel rims.

Photo: Jean Turner

A Voyager GPS unit from Trail Tech is mounted on the anodized orange Xtrig triple clamp and vibration dampening handlebar mounts.

Photo: Jean Turner

The Pro Moto Billet EVO EXT pegs with Ankle Saver design feature replaceable teeth and are available in variety of colors for just about any machine on the market.

Photo: Jean Turner

FMF, Hinson, Pro Moto Billet and an SXS full coverage skid plate are just a few companies that make this build a reality.

Photo: Jean Turner

Schmidt Performance takes care of all the handling needs for Travis on his Gas Gas.

Photo: Jean Turner

Now thats what we call full coverage protection!

Photo: Jean Turner

A man and his machine, this is definitely a match made in heaven. Stay tuned for a full write-up in an upcoming issue of our printed magazine.

2-STROKE BEHIND THE BUILD

The late ’90s to mid-2000s Suzuki RM250 two-strokes might just be the best used motorcycles out there. They feature a strong engine and a great handling package that makes the bikes fun to ride. This is probably why we don’t come across many for sale; the people who have them want to keep them. Thankfully, we met Ross Summers, a farmer from Tremonton, Utah, who had been able to purchase a 2004 Suzuki RM250 and was interested in doing a rebuild. CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW FOR THE COMPLETE STORY! 

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