Fischer, the American sportbike manufacturer, has started to deliver their MRX model, one that is powered by SV650’s V-twin engine. Featuring an aluminum chassis as well as top notch components such as USD forks and an Öhlins shock, the bike has a dry weight of only 367 lbs.
This unique combination is just right for the new owner of MRX #1, John from Minneapolis: "The engineering is great, the seat is very comfortable, the exhaust sounds really good, and the MRX turns heads wherever I go,"
Sounds like a success and a very good deal to me, as the MSRP starts at $7,995!
The Fischer MRX may be gorgeous, but it’s no high-maintenance Prima Donna. The MRX was designed from the very beginning to be a rider’s motorcycle, one that can log hard miles because it’s comfortable, easy to ride, and solidly put together.