The 2010 Sachs MadAss 125 is now available in the U.S. through Peirspeed dealers (owned by Cobra Powersports), demand has remained high since dealers started taking pre-orders a year ago. Carl Marschütz founded SACHS in 1886 in Germany; today SACHS produces several 50cc to 400cc scooters, motorcycles and mopeds.
The motorcycle weighs in at a lean and mean 209 lbs with the fuel tank contained within the frame and is powered by an air cooled, four-stroke, 124cc engine. The MadAss 125 rides on low profile tubeless tires with 16″ alloy rims, front and rear disc brakes and mono-shock with adjustable spring pre-load.
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The bike comes in four different colors; Bright Silver, Sun Yellow, Metal Gray and Flat Black. Current MadAss 125 riders are claiming to get 85 to 110 MPG, according to Bill Peirce, President of Peirspeed. The price for all of this? MSRP is $2,699.