MV Agusta USA Strengthens Sales Leadership

As part of MV Agusta USA LLC’s transformation and dedicated efforts to establish a strong business in the USA, the company is pleased to announce that it has strengthened its sales leadership with the addition of Jim McKenna. Mr. McKenna is a lifetime motorcycle enthusiast and brings over 25 years of powersports industry leadership to […]

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MV Agusta F4 RR SBK Does Not Surface Yet, but Its Price Is Now Known

Remember the MV Agusta F4 RR SBK we mentioned in late October last year? Well, if you expected photos of this racing-focused machine, we‘ll just have to disappoint you, as the manufacturer of Schiranna has not surfaced any. What did surface however, is the price the racing machine will be offered for in the US: […]

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MV Agusta Dragster RR Review

Too extreme? It’s not for everyone, but the dramatic Dragster is devastatingly effective By Roland Brown With its spectacular styling and fierce performance, the Dragster RR is an appropriate new model from an MV Agusta firm that has undergone a dramatic couple of months. A major boost, when Daimler bought 25 per cent of the […]

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2015 MV Agusta Stradale 800 First Ride

MV Agusta Stradale – The Swiss (Italian Actually) Army Knife of Motorcycling or Just Maybe the Most Important Bike MV Agusta Have Ever Produced By: Frank Melling Everyone knows what MV Agusta means. Awesome power, racing heritage in every pore, beautiful finish, glitterati lifestyle – the list is predictable and goes on and on. But […]

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How to Design a Sexy Motorbike

Tony Davis Icons of the road MV Agusta Went missing during the 1980s and returned with the F4 sports bike. Ducati Moving towards Harley Davidson. Beautifully executed. Massimo Tamburini Made sports bikes beautiful. Just as it has taken English designer Jonathan Ive to define Californian cool for Apple, the man currently shaping the most iconic Italian […]

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Meet The 2015 MV Agusta Stradale 800

The new Stradale 800 combines the MV Agusta experience on various types of models to offer an original approach to riding. The ALS steel trellis frame is completed, in the single-sided swingarm pivot area, with lightweight aluminium alloy plates. To ensure the Stradale 800 keeps going no matter what the obstacle, great attention has gone […]

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Mercedes AMG and MV Agusta Announce Partnership

Mercedes-AMG and MV Agusta announce cooperation • Cooperation agreement signed on long-term partnership • Mercedes-AMG to acquire 25% interest in MV Agusta • Cooperation in area of marketing and sales Affalterbach, Germany / Varese, Italy – The sports-car and performance brand Mercedes-AMG of the Daimler AG and the motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta have signed a […]

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Fearlessly Fierce: MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR

BY Sam Jordan MV Agusta’s newly announced Brutale 800 Dragster RR is the belle of the motorcycle ball right now, and why not? It’s visually stunning, painstakingly crafted, and full of both power and poise. The RR uses the same 798cc triple engine (Maximum power 140 HP-EC (103 kW) at 13,100 rpm) as the Dragster […]

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MV Agusta Turismo Veloce Finally Coming in Spring 2015

MV Agusta has this nasty habit of debuting motorcycles in the autumn trade shows, and then taking a couple years to actually produce the machines for public consumption. Such was the case with the MV Agusta F3, the MV Agusta Rivale, and now with MV Agusta Turismo Veloce. The Varese company’s challenge to the Ducati […]

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2014 MV Agusta Rivale 800 Review

“This bike isn’t for everybody,” Adrian Morton says without a hint of apology. “The Rivale didn’t come through marketing or focus groups. At MV we can just make a sketch and get on with creating something individual. Isn’t it great that we can still do that in 2013?” MV’s British design chief, looking over his […]

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