MZ Motorcycles

MZ Motorcycles

Back in the early 80’s in the UK MZ were regarded by the motorcycle press as producing ugly and old-fashioned
motorcycles. 
The then importer, Wilf Green, decided to try and update the image of the bikes by producing his own modified versions of the TS125
christened the “Pathfinder” and the “Sport”. Both bikes were, in essence, standard TS125 deluxe models with remodelled fuel tanks and a remodelled
shortened GRP rear mudguard. 
The Sport also had a re-sculpted seat whereas the Pathfinder was transformed into a budget trial bike with the addition of knobbly tyres, high level front mudguard, motocross bars, high level exhaust and remodelled airbox.
Neither bike was produced in great numbers.

Wilf Green subsequently created the ETZ300 (as distinct from the later, factory produced ETZ301), which 
was essentially a standard ETZ250 with a re-bored (and slightly restyled) engine, cockpit fairing and revised decals. Shortly after releasing this bike, however
Wilf Green lost the MZ import franchise meaning an end to importer-modified special editions in the UK.

 

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