Mash Adventure 400




Make Model.

Mash Adventure 400




Four strike, single cylinder, SOHC, 4 valves


397 cc / 24.2 cu in
Cooling System Air cooled


Siemens electronic fuel injection


Digital electronic



Max Power

20.1 kW / 27 hp @ 7000 rpm

Max Torque

35 Nm / 3.57 kgf-m / 25.8 ft-lb @ 5500 rpm


Tubular steel frame


Wet, multi-plate



Final Drive


Front Suspension

FAST ACE43 mm hydraulic fork, adjustable

Front Wheel Travel

210 mm / 8.3 in

Rear Suspension

Mono-shock, adjustable rebournd, compression and preload

Rear Wheel Travel

200 mm / 7.9 in

Front Brakes

Single 280 mm disc

Rear Brakes

Single 220 mm disc

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre



Length: 2140 mm / 84.3 in
Width:   810 mm / 31.9 in
Height: 1230 mm / 48.4 in

Seat Height

880 mm / 34.6 in

Dry Weight

151 kg / 333 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

19 L / 5.0 US gal / 4.2 Imp gal

Mash has become known for its retro-looking bikes.  But now they have started a new journey: an adventure trail bike with a modern design and look.

The Mash Adventure 400 is a real dual-sport bike built around the Mash Five Hundred. The French-badged mill sports a Siemens fuel injection system and can produce up to 29 horsepower at 7,000 rpm, with a peak torque of 31Nm (22.8 lb-ft) at 5,500 revs.

The 4-stroke OHC dry sump, air cooled engine is also on the lightweight side, helping the Mash Adventure 400 post a dry weight of 151 kg (333 lb), which will make tackling rough terrain easier.

Mash has updated their fork, with a 43mm Fast Ace unit offering rebound, compression and preload adjustments, just like other top-drawer units do. The same settings are available for the new rear monoshock, as well.

Braking power comes from a 280mm front rotor and a 220mm rear one, while the true adventure 21-18 wheels have wire spokes. With a 880mm-tall (34.6") seat, the Mash Adventure 400 may be a bit high for certain riders, but this helps the ground clearance.

Taking the bike for a longer trip will shine a good light on its 19-liter (5-gal) tank and aluminium sidecases that can accommodate 70 liters of cargo. Add in a bash plate, hand protectors and a tall windscreen and you get a rather nice bike for €5,490 (equivalent to $6,140).

Source: Auto Evolution