Goes 300S – The year has started well…

Post By QUADSSVMAG.com Published on the 14/02/2014

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The missing link in the Goes range, the 300S is interposed between the G225S and the G520. At a very contained price, we could not wait to take charge of it. It takes place in Val d’Isere, on an ice track that we discovered.

It does not really lack pace, the small quad-bike last of the Goes range, the 300S. It even makes a strong impression. Aggressive, it shows a kind of enthusiasm that leaves no one indifferent. Beyond its dynamic silhouette, imposed by its size (take a look to its technical specification). The evolution of the 350S, corrects the points on which its predecessor was weak: the rear axle and the ground clearance. The idea of Goes was primarily to rejuvenate the frame in order to reposition the 300 on the market with ease and the enjoyment of its CVT automatic as a bonus. With its beautiful aluminum swing arm, the adjustable damper, and its ground clearance of 265 mm, it will no longer be pulling its ears. A 300S to do what, you say? For a first approach to the sport of quad biking, thanks to its cylinder (carburetor) punchy and generous, coupled with the automatic transmission which can be forgotten, it allows to ride it without worrying about the gears. For the enjoyment to open gas with a quad-bike that can be controlled without fear because the power is not demonic. The 300S is not disunited when we lock open the accelerator as it fits perfectly and provides security through the effective suspensions, in addition to the rigor of a frame without any fault. The 300S can even venture hiking, as the need for a 4X4 is not felt, that is to say, in a majority of cases (such as my grandfather said, “the skill of the rider is better than technology”). Add to this the legendary Goes reliability, the after-sales service that is well proven and a very attractive price. We think that with some few weeks earlier, this Goes could have very well found its place in the list of Father Christmas! At its handlebar, we really enjoyed the ice track of one kilometer long, in Val d’Isere, usually reserved for the BMW drivers. A true test, which in more normal conditions, would allow us to tell you a little more. Stay tuned, our online friends!

Technical Specification – Goes 300S

€ 3,990 (+€ 200 delivery costs)

Engine: Single vertical cylinder liquid-cooled 4-stroke, carburetor Mikuni BSR 33

Capacity: 280.4 cm3

Power: N.C

Couple: N.C

Starter: Electric

Transmission: CVT automatic drive, short range, long reverse

Power steering: No

Front Differential: No

Transmission: 4×2

Suspension: Front: double arm A. 5 preload settings. Rear: aluminum swing arm, adjustable shock preload

Brakes: Front disc 2 , disc 1 AR

Wheels: AT21x7 -10 FR, AT20x11 -9 RE

Tank: 14.8 liters

Dry Weight (manufacturer): 215 kg

Lxwxh: 1825 x 1230 x 1140 mm h

Wheelbase: 1270 mm

Ground clearance: 265 mm

Colours: Sky blue, white

Homologation: 2 places

Warranty: 2 years parts and labor


Ease of handling, dynamic behavior, generous engine, price


“A little heavy”


© photos Camelia Liparoti

Goes 300S – The year has started well… by QUADSSVMAG.com