MUTT FSR 125 AND 250 (2022) | Facelift for British entry-level bikes

The British company Mutt Motorcycles presents the two facelifted FSR bikes for 2022. The 17-inch wheels and road tires are new.

The British company Mutt Motorcycles presents the two facelifted FSR bikes for 2022. The 17-inch wheels and road tires are new.    Mutt FSR 125 and FSR 250 will also be powered in model year 2022 by the air-cooled single-cylinder made in China, which has 12 hp in the FSR 125 and 21 hp in the 250. The 17-inch wheels replace the 18-inch wire-spoke wheels and instead of semi-studded tires, the new FSRs roll on road tires.  New look, old chassis  The modified and now flatter seat upholstery in suede look as well as the new fenders, the low handlebars and the protective rubber caps on the fork tubes give the two new Mutt FSR a refreshed look. They also have parts that Mutt has never seen before, including the aluminum handlebar, handlebar ends with a logo, CNC-milled aluminum fork caps and steering head nut, new indicator brackets and lighter and shorter footrests for the driver and passenger.  Everything in the old, however, with the chassis: old-fashioned tubular steel frame, a simple front suspension. The 250 comes with ABS, while the 125 only comes with CBS. The driving behavior is likely to change noticeably because of the new wheels and tires.    Converted from around 4,100 euros  Both the Mutt FSR 125 and the FSR 250 are painted completely matt black - including wheels, mudguards and motor. The 125 cc costs the equivalent of 4,100 euros in the UK, while the 250 cc costs around 5,000 euros.  The Mutt bikes should also be available in a few places in Germany. But the Chinese base in Germany is already broader, namely under a different label and in some cases a little different. Colleague Jens Kratschmar already described the background in his article on the Mutt Akita 125: "Certain relationships and structures of Chinese manufacturers and their European importers are becoming increasingly clear.     In this case, Shineray builds the motorcycles that are marketed in Europe under Mash, Jawa Moto and, like es seems to be sold under Mutt. With many add-on parts, every market can put together the right models themselves. Mash and Jawa with classic British perfume and the British Mutts with a slightly punky style. Somehow clever. "  CONCLUSION  Yeah, kind of clever. Proven basis, trendy look and an attractive price - the 125cc class is not primarily about high-end and about reaching the 100,000-kilometer mark by bike, but about the here and now. And Mutt could do justice to this zeitgeist with its facelifted FSRs.

Mutt FSR 125 and FSR 250 will also be powered in model year 2022 by the air-cooled single-cylinder made in China, which has 12 hp in the FSR 125 and 21 hp in the 250. The 17-inch wheels replace the 18-inch wire-spoke wheels and instead of semi-studded tires, the new FSRs roll on road tires.

New look, old chassis

The modified and now flatter seat upholstery in suede look as well as the new fenders, the low handlebars and the protective rubber caps on the fork tubes give the two new Mutt FSR a refreshed look. They also have parts that Mutt has never seen before, including the aluminum handlebar, handlebar ends with a logo, CNC-milled aluminum fork caps and steering head nut, new indicator brackets and lighter and shorter footrests for the driver and passenger.

Everything in the old, however, with the chassis: old-fashioned tubular steel frame, a simple front suspension. The 250 comes with ABS, while the 125 only comes with CBS. The driving behavior is likely to change noticeably because of the new wheels and tires.

The British company Mutt Motorcycles presents the two facelifted FSR bikes for 2022. The 17-inch wheels and road tires are new.    Mutt FSR 125 and FSR 250 will also be powered in model year 2022 by the air-cooled single-cylinder made in China, which has 12 hp in the FSR 125 and 21 hp in the 250. The 17-inch wheels replace the 18-inch wire-spoke wheels and instead of semi-studded tires, the new FSRs roll on road tires.  New look, old chassis  The modified and now flatter seat upholstery in suede look as well as the new fenders, the low handlebars and the protective rubber caps on the fork tubes give the two new Mutt FSR a refreshed look. They also have parts that Mutt has never seen before, including the aluminum handlebar, handlebar ends with a logo, CNC-milled aluminum fork caps and steering head nut, new indicator brackets and lighter and shorter footrests for the driver and passenger.  Everything in the old, however, with the chassis: old-fashioned tubular steel frame, a simple front suspension. The 250 comes with ABS, while the 125 only comes with CBS. The driving behavior is likely to change noticeably because of the new wheels and tires.    Converted from around 4,100 euros  Both the Mutt FSR 125 and the FSR 250 are painted completely matt black - including wheels, mudguards and motor. The 125 cc costs the equivalent of 4,100 euros in the UK, while the 250 cc costs around 5,000 euros.  The Mutt bikes should also be available in a few places in Germany. But the Chinese base in Germany is already broader, namely under a different label and in some cases a little different. Colleague Jens Kratschmar already described the background in his article on the Mutt Akita 125: "Certain relationships and structures of Chinese manufacturers and their European importers are becoming increasingly clear.     In this case, Shineray builds the motorcycles that are marketed in Europe under Mash, Jawa Moto and, like es seems to be sold under Mutt. With many add-on parts, every market can put together the right models themselves. Mash and Jawa with classic British perfume and the British Mutts with a slightly punky style. Somehow clever. "  CONCLUSION  Yeah, kind of clever. Proven basis, trendy look and an attractive price - the 125cc class is not primarily about high-end and about reaching the 100,000-kilometer mark by bike, but about the here and now. And Mutt could do justice to this zeitgeist with its facelifted FSRs.

Converted from around 4,100 euros

Both the Mutt FSR 125 and the FSR 250 are painted completely matt black - including wheels, mudguards and motor. The 125 cc costs the equivalent of 4,100 euros in the UK, while the 250 cc costs around 5,000 euros.

The Mutt bikes should also be available in a few places in Germany. But the Chinese base in Germany is already broader, namely under a different label and in some cases a little different. Colleague Jens Kratschmar already described the background in his article on the Mutt Akita 125: "Certain relationships and structures of Chinese manufacturers and their European importers are becoming increasingly clear. 

The British company Mutt Motorcycles presents the two facelifted FSR bikes for 2022. The 17-inch wheels and road tires are new.    Mutt FSR 125 and FSR 250 will also be powered in model year 2022 by the air-cooled single-cylinder made in China, which has 12 hp in the FSR 125 and 21 hp in the 250. The 17-inch wheels replace the 18-inch wire-spoke wheels and instead of semi-studded tires, the new FSRs roll on road tires.  New look, old chassis  The modified and now flatter seat upholstery in suede look as well as the new fenders, the low handlebars and the protective rubber caps on the fork tubes give the two new Mutt FSR a refreshed look. They also have parts that Mutt has never seen before, including the aluminum handlebar, handlebar ends with a logo, CNC-milled aluminum fork caps and steering head nut, new indicator brackets and lighter and shorter footrests for the driver and passenger.  Everything in the old, however, with the chassis: old-fashioned tubular steel frame, a simple front suspension. The 250 comes with ABS, while the 125 only comes with CBS. The driving behavior is likely to change noticeably because of the new wheels and tires.    Converted from around 4,100 euros  Both the Mutt FSR 125 and the FSR 250 are painted completely matt black - including wheels, mudguards and motor. The 125 cc costs the equivalent of 4,100 euros in the UK, while the 250 cc costs around 5,000 euros.  The Mutt bikes should also be available in a few places in Germany. But the Chinese base in Germany is already broader, namely under a different label and in some cases a little different. Colleague Jens Kratschmar already described the background in his article on the Mutt Akita 125: "Certain relationships and structures of Chinese manufacturers and their European importers are becoming increasingly clear.     In this case, Shineray builds the motorcycles that are marketed in Europe under Mash, Jawa Moto and, like es seems to be sold under Mutt. With many add-on parts, every market can put together the right models themselves. Mash and Jawa with classic British perfume and the British Mutts with a slightly punky style. Somehow clever. "  CONCLUSION  Yeah, kind of clever. Proven basis, trendy look and an attractive price - the 125cc class is not primarily about high-end and about reaching the 100,000-kilometer mark by bike, but about the here and now. And Mutt could do justice to this zeitgeist with its facelifted FSRs.

In this case, Shineray builds the motorcycles that are marketed in Europe under Mash, Jawa Moto and, like es seems to be sold under Mutt. With many add-on parts, every market can put together the right models themselves. Mash and Jawa with classic British perfume and the British Mutts with a slightly punky style. Somehow clever. "

CONCLUSION

Yeah, kind of clever. Proven basis, trendy look and an attractive price - the 125cc class is not primarily about high-end and about reaching the 100,000-kilometer mark by bike, but about the here and now. And Mutt could do justice to this zeitgeist with its facelifted FSRs.

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