Mash’s X-Ride 650 Classic. French-built RETRO enduro motorcycle unveiled TODAY.


Mash has released its second retro-styled 650cc at the Brussels Motor Show – and it’s called the X-Ride 650 Classic.

Mash’s X-Ride 650 Classic. French-built RETRO enduro motorcycle unveiled TODAY.

Joining the Dirt Track 650 which has been built around the 40bhp 650cc single-cylinder engine which was used in the old Honda Dominator, the French factory has confirmed it’s gearing up to reveal a second model for 2020.

At this stage, we don’t know a huge amount about the machine – but chances are it’ll share a fair amount with its Dirt Track 650 sibling which is priced at £4999. Ahead of the launch, the factory released a teaser picture which shows a retro-style round headlight (with LED daytime running lights), high, chrome-plated tubular handlebars, LED indicators – but here’s some fresh images which offer a full, in-depth look at the new machine.

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Mash’s X-Ride 650 Classic. French-built RETRO enduro motorcycle unveiled TODAY.

Mash did display the X-Ride at the Salon de Lyon a couple of years ago – and it looks fairly similar to the bike we’ve already seen, but this time, it’s ready to go into production. No official news on pricing just yet, but we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer to find out, with the bike set to be be in dealers this summer.

HERE ARE THE FULL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

Mash 650 X-Ride Classic

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Engine: 643.7cc 4T air / oil cooled single cylinder, radial cylinder head, 4 valves

Maximum power: 40 hp at 6,000 rpm

Maximum torque: 4.6 mkg at 4,500 rpm

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Frame: Split steel cradle

Brakes: (F) 320mm disc (R) 240mm disc

Tyres: (F) 120 / 70-17 (R) 150 / 60-17

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Ground clearance: 210 mm

Seat height: 860 mm

Tank capacity: 12 litres

Kerb weight: 169 kg

For more information on Mash’s current range of bikes, click HERE. And for more information on the Brussels Motor Show, click HERE.

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