MuZ or MZ is located in Zschopau, Germany. By 1929, MZ was producing 60,000 motorcycles to become the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. In 1970, MZ’s millionth motorcycle rolled off the conveyor belt. Imported to the U.S., since 1993, the MuZ motorcycles were a bit of an oddball and never really caught on. The company has since stopped importing bikes to the U.S.
When MZ's regional sales representative offered me the keys to the blazing orange bike, I immediately snapped them up...
Inspired by MO's entertaining and informative "hack" take on the 2002 Daytona 955i, I've decided to share my experiences with another bike that gets forgotten in the shuffle of KawiYamaHonZuki.
Unfortunately similarities between most replicas and their racetrack cousins often end with the name and fancy paint, while genuine component changes are minimal or even non-existent.
In fact, the choice of a single-cylinder powerplant for the Skorpian Tour represents commitment to a design philosophy of simplicity and light weight.
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