Sachs Roadster 800

Sachs Roadster 800 review

The Sachs boasts gorgeous design with excellent build quality and ought to be better than it is. It seems a bit busy, trying to be part roadster, part sportsbike, part cruiser and the result is a slightly disappointing, split-personality that doesn’t really deliver on any level. You can have fun and it’ll make you smile… The handling’s pretty good, with wide bars, and it’s easy to tip in to corners. Push it harder and you’ll soon feel it’s weight, however. The brakes of Sachs Roadster 800 are fantastic and have loads of feel and the gearbox is good. It’s vibey through the bars and pegs at higher speeds whilst the suspension’s good, rather than great. The V-twin engine’s a Suzuki number (it’s used to power their VL800 Intruder) and it’s very much a cruiser job which doesn’t sit entirely well in the Roadster’s chassis. It has plenty of torque, as you’d expect, low down and in the midrange, but still not quite enough power to match the bike’s flingable leanings. More specs and user manual of Sachs Roadster you can see in next overview.

Sachs Roadster 800

Sachs Roadster 800 specification

General information
Model: Sachs 800 Roadster
Year: 2002
Category: Naked bike

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 804ccm
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Power: 58hp @6000RPM
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Liquid

Physical measures
Weight: 228kg (502.8 pounds)
Seat height: 770mm, lowest setting.

Sachs Roadster 800

Chassis and dimensions
Front tyre dimensions: 120/70-ZR17 58W
Rear tyre dimensions: 160/70-ZR17 73W
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 320mm (12.6 inches)
Rear brakes: Expanding brake

Speed and acceleration
Top speed: 175 km/h (108.8 mph)
Fuel capacity: 17 L
Reserve fuel capacity: 3 L (0.79 gallons)

Sachs Roadster 800

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