Fat Sabbath 125cc
Fat is where it's at. Where the Black Sabbath hit the gym every day our Fat Sabbath did two hours of dead lifting then hit the town on a search for a Fray Bentos fix. Like Ozzy in those first post-Sabbath benders.
The Fat Sabbath rolls heavy on super wide and chunky twin-duro tyres with a whopping 4.00 x18 on the rear and front, this is the widest front tyre we do on any of our models, in fact, we have to fit an extra-wide front mudguard to cover it. so if you are a bonafide chubby chaser then maybe this wide load is for you.
As with all of our Black Metal bikes the Fat Sabbath runs all black 18" wheels with blacked out spokes.
To accentuate the fat wheels we opted for slightly narrower and higher blacked out Renthal handlebars and black diamond pattern grips, perfect for hauling this little steam roller through the traffic or slamming through the twisties.
For parking your ass we designed an ultra-thin diamond pattern black seat to match those grips. the seat is of course hand made by our guys here in Birmingham.
Bark At The Moon
When it comes to colour you have two choices - the classic Mutt matt black and the newer slick matt bronze,
The shortened rear aluminium mudguard is finished in flat black as well as the wider front mudguard. Flat black shocks keep the bike firmly planted on the road and our full stainless steel satin black exhaust system emits that unmistakable deep thump that you will only hear from a Mutt.
Black aluminium indicators with dark smoked lenses come as standard along with a satin black headlight grill protecting the upgraded halogen headlight and our LED aluminium black tail light up the large posterior of this little chunky beauty.
All In The Detail
This dog features some finer details you might not notice straight away, but they sure set this beast apart from the competition. Black lightweight anodised aluminium parts in the form of super-neat new indicator brackets; a set of short rider and pillion pegs; and a drilled aluminium gear lever and shift peg.
Take a look at the chunky little posterior of a Mutt and you'll see four beautifully machine CNC nuts holding the rear shocks on.
We've also been busy with some sheet metal work, the angular sump guard and matching rear master cylinder cover gives the bikes a lower-slung more aggressive look, Bruce Wayne would be proud of them.
Of course this Mutt has a 5-speed box, mini Speedo, neutral indicator, fuel light, linked brakes, electric start and everything else you would expect to find on a modern bike.
The bullet proof, 4-stroke motor is housed in our twin shock tube frame and fuel injected for that extra smooth bit of poke.
At A Glance