Sachs Madass 125 — Cycle Torque Magazine

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Thrifty and mad as

Test by Dennis Pics by Chris Pickett

IT categorisation but from the point of that you may not see yourself as being a type of person, the Madass 125 something entirely different offering a more traditional riding stance.

One of its other to traditional motorcycles is that it have a four speed with clutch and gear unlike the auto transmissions you’ll find on most

The four-speed ’box copes well with inner and suburban traffic speeds. We even managed to touch with more throttle to go, but we didn’t want to push it too out of respect for the brand new bike. We that once the new engine has up a bit it won’t have any trouble 100kmh.

The 125cc four-… air-cooled does its job quite well town and we even tackled a few hills in our neighbourhood and still to get good speeds. With an power output of 6.0kW@ it’s not exactly a raging but then that’s not what meant to be.

Its actual displacement is 119.7cc a bore and … of 52.4 x It only weighs in at 100kg and has a 5.1 litre fuel tank, so not a lot of weight for the motor to be dragging And it’s an absolute fuel so you’ll get plenty of running town for very little

It might appear to be a very but eye-catching, design but it has LED tail digital instrumentation, 16inch wheels, disc brakes and back, adjustable suspension, steel exhaust and even a meter

Nice big grippy footpegs for the make it a stable and comfortable and the disc brakes front and are more than up to the task for kind of bike.

Sachs MadAss 125

The wheels are than a lot of scooter wheels is rather comforting on what for roads in NSW. They the bike a nice stable on the road. The Madass has an electric as well as a kick start for

All bikes should have a start, but I’m just giving my age again.

If you’re travelling at night there’s no need to be because the headlight offers a blaze of light – and that’s low beam! The seat is quite and is 835mm high and it does room for your pillion. it’s 1840mm long and wide with a total of 1035mm, so it’s a fairly bike.

The Sachs Madass also as a 50cc model but that probably be something more for inner city use. The 125 is great for inner city but has that extra bit of power to for slightly longer outer jaunts with a better range.

Retailing at $2990 is really good value for a stylish little machine and it with 12months parts and warranty.

You can get it in a variety of colours black, white, yellow and Test bike supplied by Motors, 16 Alison Road, NSW (02) 9314 7700.

Sachs MadAss 125
Sachs MadAss 125
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