Mash: Expansion to 750 cubic meters with Jedi engine / product

Mash: Expansion to 750 cubic meters with Jedi engine / product

Mash brings the road 750 to the market under the model name FR750, the technical specifications of which we recognize as Jedi FR750. The advertised price makes you sit up and take notice.

The Mash brand is owned by the SIMA motorcycle business, which also sells Royal Enfield, QJ Motor, Hyosung and Moto Morini in France. SIMA launched its Mash brand in 2014. The business idea of ​​making attractive motorcycles in France, built in China and offering them in European markets at an attractive price has been preserved to this day.

Mash initially started with simple motorcycles 125 and 250 cc. Gradually, larger transfer machines were produced as well. Currently, the top-of-the-line Mash models are 650cc, powered by an air-cooled single-cylinder engine based on Honda’s powerplant from the Dominator 650, but of course updated to meet Euro5.

Now Mash announces the next step. In partnership with Jedi Motor, the FR750 is set to hit the market this summer. Chinese manufacturer Jedi Motor specializes in government motorcycles for the domestic market, but also manufactures machines for the civilian market.

We see the key data of the Jedi FR750 with raised eyebrows on the right: chassis and swingarm made of cast aluminum, USD fork, four-piston radial calipers on the front brake. Tire sizes are standard for this class at 120/70-17 and 160/60-17. The liquid-cooled inline two-cylinder engine has two overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder. The injection system is supplied by Dell’Orto, the ABS is from Bosch. Mash says 75 hp at 8200 rpm. For a full tank of 18 liters it should weigh 213 kg.

A price of 6,999 euros has been announced in France, and there will also be an A2 version. Market launch in France: summer 2024.