Lightweight motorcycles by German company now available in U.S.
August 7, 2009
Filed under Features
The first shipment of 2010 Sachs MadAss 125s, a lightweight motorcycle with an exclusive frame design, are now available at U.S. Peirspeed dealers.
Developed by the German company Sachs, the motorcycle features a design where the banana swing arm, the rear mono shock and main frame all run parallel to each other. Fuel is carried in the frame and all totaled, the bike weighs just more than 209 pounds.
“We’re excited that the demand for the MadAss 125 has remained high ever since dealers started taking pre-orders a year ago,” Bill Peirce, president of Peirspeed, said in a press release. “Despite tough economic times, dealers are reporting brisk sales.”
The Peirspeed brand is owned by Cobra Powersports, which also distributes Peirspeed scooters and TGB ATVs.
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