The first Fischer MRX has been delivered to a customer, and has garnered some positive reviews. “The engineering is great, the seat is very comfortable, the exhaust sounds really good, and the MRX turns heads wherever I go,” says John from Minneapolis, MRX owner #1.
The hand-built, limited production Fischer comes with a Brembo front brake master cylinder, stainless steel brake lines, and floating brake rotors as standard equipment. Also standard is the Öhlins suspension rear-shock and USD front forks. Powering the Fischer MRX is a SV650 v-twin motor that makes 77hp without RAM air. Each numbered Special Edition MRX comes with hand-laid composite body panels, and is engraved with a serial number plate and a commemorative certificate. The Fischer MRX starts at $7995.