Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for SACHS Motorcycles, Mopeds.
The SACHS enterprise in different guises existed since the 19th century under the name "Fichtel und Sachs", producing bicycle and motorcycle parts, including the power units of the same name.
Until recently, the company did not offer motorcycles under its own brand on the market, although it was actively engaged in motorcycle production: in 1958 it acquired the Hercules company, in 1963 - the Rabeneick company, and in 1966 it merged with the Zweirad Union.
True, in the second half of the 70s, sports off-road motorcycles with a telescopic front fork, 2-stroke engines with a working volume of 175, 250 and 350 cm3 were offered on the German market under two brands - Hercules and Sachs and a seven-speed gearbox.
A new stage in the history of the Sachs enterprise began after the restructuring in 1995, when all motor vehicles were officially branded Sachs. Under this name, it was first presented at the Cologne Motor Show in 1996.
At that time, most of the production program consisted of motorbikes (including those with electric motors) and mopeds of various designs.
At that show, several motorcycles of various categories with purchased 125 cc engines debuted in the form of prototypes. These models went into production from the next year.
In September 1998, at the Munich Motor Show, Sachs presented several prototypes of large-capacity motorcycles, which a year later, in September 1999, appeared at the Milan Motor Show as serial production.
Today, in the "big" class, Sachs offers the Rodster models in 650 versions with a 1-cylinder engine and chain drive, and 800 with a V-shaped 2-cylinder engine and a cardan drive of the rear wheel.
Both engines are purchased from Suzuki.
These heavy machines, together with 125 cc motorcycles and a variety of light vehicles, make up the Sachs product range.