Sachs MadAss Scooter
2010 Sachs MadAss Scooter Review Read the full review at: Brand new and full of contradiction for 2010 is the Sachs MadAss 125. Its compact and agile, yet stout and wildly aggressive looking, sort of like a pissed-off badger. Sachs went with a different animal analogy, a wild donkey. They also went with a different adjective, mad meaning furious or deranged. That, my friends, is how they came up with this fantastically eyebrow raising name.
2005 SACHS 125 Madass GOLDfren REAR BRAKE PADS 011AD
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You can ride with us2007-06-03 11:57:01 by PDX_ScooterGirl
...anytime! The Sachs MadAss is one cool little scooter! I ride a Vespa P200. Rode it across the US last fall. Some would call that crazy, but oh well. Yes, it goes 55-65 m.p.h. No, I don't take it on the freeway.
I'll post the next ride, which won't be for a bit cause I am going out of town next weekend. I ride during the week too, if I am not working. Rode out to Tillamook on Memorial Day. That was a nice ride.
We have scooters and small displacement motorcycles that ride together on occasion, so you are welcome to join us whenever we ride.
Swap meet a featured event at Mid-Ohio's Vintage Motorcycle Days — Mansfield News Journal
Tanks, wheels, seats, engine parts, fairings and accessories can all be found at the swap meet, including motorcycles, scooters, mopeds and minibikes. Books, manuals, helmets, leathers and memorabilia are also staples of the event.