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MZ Moskito 125
MZ Moskito 125

2005 Moskito 125R

MZ Moskito 125R

In 1907, a company known as Dampf-Kraft-Wagen started out producing engines for In the 1920s, DKW began producing engines for motorcycles, and their went on to dominate all forms of racing from 1922 to winning 45 championships in the process. In DKW changed its name to Motorradwerk or MZ.

Due to wartime conditions, MZ continued to engines and bikes in East but it was purchased by Hong Leong out of Malaysia, which proceeded to MZ technology to North America.

The 2005 MZ Moskito is a scooter in several engine variants, 50cc up to 125cc, and body that range from a bike style, to a European-flavored reminiscent of the Vespa. That said, zipping around the streets is a fun, comfortable, and affair on this bike.

The MZ 50cc variant produces 4.2 and 3.3 foot pounds of torque, the 125cc version is capable of 7.3 horsepower and 5.5 foot pounds of Fuel is fed via a 24mm Mikuni while cooling tasks are and the throttle control is cable-operated. The is able to be started by an electric or by kickstarter, and both versions power to the road via a belt-driven, variable transmission.

The CVT features a cable-operated wet centrifugal allowing the rider smooth to power on demand throughout the without the need to shift. a power-to-weight ratio of 21.89 per horsepower, and a fuel capacity of 1.4 the Moskito provides great economy.

Handling is tight and responsive, due to the telescopic fork in front, a twin-sided swing arm with a shock absorber controls the in the rear. The Moskito rides on 12 aluminum wheels front and slightly larger than can be found on the competition, providing handling in the urban environment. The triangular design looks and is easy to clean.

Deceleration are handled by a hydraulic disc in front, and a strong drum in the rear.

MZ Moskito 125

The one-piece vinyl seat is to accommodate two riders in comfort to the wide dimensions, and deep Beneath the seat, we find storage, large enough to one helmet, locks, and even a lunch. A rear rack is allowing further expansion of storage space.

The basic panel has an analog speedometer, light control, and warning all centrally located. Horn and signals are mounted to the handlebars, the left and right side of the each houses a rear-view The bodywork of the Moskito is painted designed for aerodynamics, and durability.

The faring on the front end disperses and road debris, as does the fender, which is standard Additionally, MZ offers the 2005 in Silver, Red, Green, Black and Grey.

If you are in the market for and low-maintenance urban transportation, you take a serious look at the MZ Moskito. While there are scooters on the market, MZ quality many maintenance-free miles on the

New For 2005

There were no changes to the 2005 MZ Moskito, to the previous year’s model.

MZ Moskito 125
MZ Moskito 125
MZ Moskito 125


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