Our legendary classic, now slightly less black.
(125cc model pictured)
With our original Sabbath, we stuck with the old adage that you could have it in any colour you wanted, as long is it was black. And we mean black.
But we’re always up for breaking the rules, even our own.
So, new for 2022 is the Fat Sabbath Titanium. Still with all the original Black Metal From Birmingham you expect from Mutt, but with a super-slick titanium grey tank. We think you will agree; this is a thing of wonder.
This bike has all the dark mean and moody traits of our 125 Sabbath but has the extra grunt of the thumping 250cc single cylinder 4 stroke engine.
For those guys and girls who have started their road life on a 125 Mutt but have now moved on to a full licence and want to retain the Mutt ethos of a super cool, lightweight retro-styled bike but with that added blacked out stealth appeal then our 250 Sabbath is just the ticket.
Mean and Moody
The 250cc air-cooled single-cylinder is housed in our tubular twin shock frame and of course, the 250 has a lot more grunt, a perfect machine for carving up inner-city traffic or slamming through the twists and turns of the countryside.
The halogen headlight with matt black grill lights up the road ahead with ease, the 250 Sabbath comes with blacked-out aluminium LED indicators as standard.
Black Metal Bark
Keeping to our retro classic roots the 250 Sabbath runs wide 18" wheels front and rear with classic -style deep tread wide knobbly tyres. Short black rear shocks and wide yokes with telescopic forks keep this bike firmly planted on the tarmac with that unmistakable punch-you-in-the-face Mutt stance.
We fit all-black wheels with black spokes, flat black aluminium mudguards, a bespoke diamond pattern seat and of course, our neat little blacked-out LED aluminium tail light mounted on the shortened rear mudguard.
But how does it sound? If you've never heard a Mutt first hand you really need to - our bikes have a healthy low down rumble and the 250 Sabbath is no exception. Our flat black heat-treated stainless steel exhaust and silencer barks like only a Mutt can.
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 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.
The Mutt 250 Sabbath is a mean machine built for both fun and stylish commuting, light enough to throw around the city and fast enough for hacking down the motorway or blasting the back roads. Two up riding is no problem for these little thumpers.
Fuel injection provides this thumper with smooth acceleration and full ABS provides safe stopping.
At A Glance