Fischer Motor Company is a motorcycle manufacturer based in the United States. So far, they released only one model, dubbed MRX 650, a sport bike based on the Hyosung V-twin platform. Dan Fisher, the engineer who designed this motorcycle, worked on this project for almost 3 years.
The Fischer MRX 650 can be equipped with a large variety of performance parts installed as standard options, such as micron race exhaust, Brembo brakes, ultra-lightweight cast alloy wheels and Ohlins front forks. Moreover, a motorcycle could be equipped with tinted windscreen, bigger mirrors and chrome and billet accent kit.
The development of the MRX's chassis was made by the American company Gemini Technology Systems which was also involved into the development of the Harley Davidson VR-1000 superbike, too. The well-known motorcycle designer Glynn Kerr created the bike's styling, a fact that underlines, once again, that MRX is a pretty advanced motorcycle.
He was a graduate of the Transport Design at Coventry University, based in England and specialized in motorcycle design. Until now, he made the design of multiple motorcycles, including BMW, Yamaha TDM 850/900, Ducati, Triumph, Aprilia, Honda, Bajaj, Kymco, Kawasaki. The Boxer Voxan VB-1 and B2 and the Midual Roadster are his most recent designs.
After a few years of work, the result is nothing more than a bike that looks very much like Suzuki SV650, since the engine is supplied by Korean company who designed the SV. The technical data of the bike show us an engine with a displacement of 647cc, a 11.5:1 compression ratio and a 82x63mm bore and stroke. Moreover, the engine is able to produce 77 horsepower at 9470rpm and a torque of 52 ft/lbs at 7500 rpm.
Talking about the other functions provided by the motorcycle, the bike has aluminum die-cast chassis components, injection molded parts and V-cast multi function subframes, all of them manufactured in the USA. The MRX 650 will be manufactured as a limited edition and will be on sale for approximately $9995.