The 2011 Fischer MRX 650 is an American sport bike fitted with a 650-cc, V-Twin engine from the Korean manufacturer Hyosung. The Fischer MRX 650 also takes the wheels, brakes, and forks from a Hyosung GT650, which is in turn based on the Suzuki SV650. Fischer motorcycles put all of this with a single piece GP-style frame and swingarm designed by Gemini Technologies, rear shocks by Ohlins, and a very attractive fairing designed by Glynn Kerr into a package knows as the MRX 650. The Fischer MRX 650 is the only production bike in the world with a one-piece frame. Gemini Technologies, who have designed the frame and swingarm of the MRX, also designed the frame for the Harley-Davidson VR1000 superbike. In fact, the frame of the MRX 650 is very close to the VR1000 in design, and affords it exceptional handling ability. The frame has a specific level of lateral flex in certain segments of the alloy, helping the suspension tackle bumps on the road. This bike can be ridden even on bumpy roads which gives it an edge. However, to truly enjoy its powerful engine, it has to be taken out on the highway or a long route.