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Mash brings the Side Force team in 2021.
This builds on the Desert Force 400.
An oil cooler safeguards the temperature balance during the stressful trailer operation.
A spare wheel sits on the sidecar.
The sidecar itself is made of sheet steel.
It also offers a lockable trunk.
The seat height is 830 millimeters.
Rear light with LED technology.
Robust frame construction on the front fender.
Luggage rack on the sidecar.
The driver controls via a wide tubular handlebar with a steering damper.
Carriage seat with seat belt.
The instruments operate digitally.
The team weighs 320 kilograms.
In contrast, there is an air-cooled single cylinder and 28.6 hp.
So no miracles are to be expected in terms of driving dynamics.
For only 10,999 euros plus 249 euros for ancillary costs, the Mash Side Force rolls into the garage at home.
It will be available from May 2021.
Mash Side Force: Team in a military look
Mash side force
Team in a military look
If you think of rustic motorcycle combinations, you don’t end up with the Mash brand straight away. They refreshed the Force model for the 2021 model year and let it appear as Mash Side Force.
March 19, 2021
Had in May 2020 Mash with the Desert Force 400 presented a single-cylinder model in an army look. For the 2021 season, it will be strung together with a sidecar, slightly modified. The Mash Side Force is done.
In order to be prepared for the higher demands in trailer operation, an additional oil cooler cools the lubricant content in front of the engine. The 445 cm³ air-cooled single cylinder has an output of 28.6 hp. A reverse gear was added to the five-speed transmission.
Weighs 320 kilograms
The 18-inch front wheel guides a pushed long swing arm in a directionally stable manner. The basic brake system is supplemented by a third disc on the sidecar. The boat itself is made of metal and thus contributes to the impressive total weight of 320 kilograms. But it offers a watertight, lockable trunk that is accessible from the outside. The driver sits on his saddle at a height of 830 millimeters and directs the team via wide touring handlebars. An adjustable steering damper provides reassurance.
In terms of driving dynamics, nothing miracles can be expected from the Mash Side Force. In return, the simple overall construction accommodates the savings. For only 10,999 euros plus 249 euros for ancillary costs, the Mash Side Force rolls into the garage at home. It will be available from May 2021.
The new mash team is unlikely to knock dynamic drivers off their feet. Team friends should love it, if only because the price is extremely attractive.
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