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SACHS Motorcycle Manuals PDF

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Sachs-owners-manual
Sachs-owners-manual
Sachs-owners-manual (1).pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.7 MB
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Sachs-Sundancer-parts-manual
Sachs-Sundancer-parts-manual
Sachs-Sundancer-parts-manual (1).pdf
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Sachs-General-505-1A-service-manual
Sachs-General-505-1A-service-manual
Sachs-General-505-1A-service-manual (1).
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Sachs Madass 125
Sachs Madass 125
Sachs_Roadster_800
Sachs Roadster 800

History of SACHS Motorcycles

Some SACHS Motorcycle Manuals PDF are above the page.

 

The story of Sachs begins in 1886 when Karl Marschütz founded the Hercules-Werken bicycle factory. Since 1903, the company also produces motorcycles with purchased engines of various volume.

 

Since the late 30s, the company has been closely associated with the industrial concern Fichtel-Sachs and in 1969 it became part of it.

 

In 1995, bicycle production was sold to the Dutch company Atag, and motorcycles were called Sachs.

 

Since 1998, the company has been a part of Winning Wheels Holding.

 

The modern production program includes motorbikes with electric motors and internal combustion engines, mopeds, road motorcycles and dual-use motorcycles with engines with a working volume of 125 to 800 cm3.

 

The company also sells Italian scooters Malaguti through its distribution network.