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Korey Mcmahon

GASGAS-backed Korey McMahon is aiming to break through for a first-career Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) in the E1 category when the 2024 season takes flight in Roma, Queensland, this weekend between March 9-10.
McMahon will GET ON THE GAS equipped with the new generation 2024 GASGAS EC 250F, determined to improve upon his runner-up finish from last season.

Korey Mcmahon
Korey Mcmahon

This year marks McMahon’s fourth year with GASGAS, the 24-year-old to settle for nothing less than a class victory and an outright podium in his quest for off-road honours.

McMahon has been a consistently strong performer over the past two AORC seasons, finishing P2 in the E1 class on both occasions. The benefits of experience and a long-standing, successful partnership with GASGAS are expected to work in his favour this time around.

As well as the AORC, McMahon will also tackle both the Finke and Hattah Desert Races aboard the epic new 2024 GASGAS EC 500F. Last year he finished Finke in a spectacular fourth outright and the first in his class, then blasted his way onto the Hattah podium outright.

Korey Mcmahon
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Kyle Blunden, KTM Group Australia Motorsport Manager: “Korey’s a class act and we’re thrilled to extend our agreement with him for 2024. He embodies the GASGAS brand and simply loves riding his motorcycle, whether it’s between the trees at the AORC, or wide-open in the desert heading to Finke and back. Korey has big ambitions and after coming up painstakingly short in 2023, is looking to make his mark on the E1 category. He’s also excited at the possibility of competing in the desert aboard the mighty EC 500F. Korey’s surrounded himself with a support crew that now feels like family to him and it’s encouraging to hear how much fun he’s having on the 2024 range. He’s certainly got all the attributes to start the season strongly at this weekend’s AORC opener.”

Korey McMahon: “Signing with GASGAS for 2024 is awesome. We’ve been together for four years now, so it’s great to be able to continue the relationship and stay on familiar machinery. We’ve got a new EC 250F this year and I’m enjoying it so far. I’ll ride the 250 in AORC, then the EC 500F in desert racing, which I’m excited about. Everything is coming together great – I’ve got a new mechanic on board, but other than that, it’s all the same program. The goal is to win the E1 championship and battle for outright podiums. I’m really excited for the season ahead!”