NEW! Super-cool Mutt 125
Mutt’s Fat Sabbath is as rebellious as a small bike can be
Founded in 2015 by two former bike builders, Birmingham-based Mutt have made a name for themselves with some of the loudest, blackest and baddest 125s going. Now they’ve gone a step further with the limitededition Fat Sabbath.
The Fat Sabbath is basically Mutt’s Blackest Sabbath on steroids (although the Blackest is basically their entry-level Mongrel on pills). Like the base bike, the Fat Sabbath shares a version of the bulletproof Suzuki GN125 engine which produces 12bhp and 7.4ftlb of torque. Teamed with a fivespeed box, Mutt say it’s good for a genuine 70mph.
Really though a Mutt is all about looking great, which is why so much time has been spent on the finish. If you didn’t know better you’d think it was a custom-built special with a 500cc single-cylinder thumping at its heart. Despite so much focus on the bike’s style, it has some practical touches too. It’s got a 12-litre tank that should go 200 miles between fill-ups. And, although it looks old-school the Sabbath has thoroughly modern innards. It comes with Euro4-friendly fuel injection, LED lights and a gear position indicator. The Fat Sabbath is £3495 and includes a two-year warranty. That’s not cheap, but it’s a pretty unique piece of kit.
It’s Mutt’s Blackest Sabbath on steroids
That seat is hand-stitched and a decent size
The Mutt’s single pipe emits a decent bark
Headlight guard for essential scrambler chic