Stilish, elegant and exclusive. That’s how MV Agusta watches look and feel like. Yes, it’s true: You can have a watch that was designed after your favorite motorcycle.
Everybody celebrates success depending on how big they are and what they’ve accomplished. Usually they do it after each victory but when victories become so many, others do it for them. This is exactly what JEANRICHARD watch making company did when it created “MV 75 World Championship” watches.
The timepieces have been produced in honor of MV Agusta’s 75 international competition victories, beginning with the first win at the Monza Grand Prix in 1952 for Less Graham and the 125cc world championship for Cecil Standford in the same year.
The World Championship title was won in 1956 by John Surtees’ 500cc, while the 1970s were dominated by Giacomo Agostini and MV Agusta victories in the 350cc and 500cc categories.
The exclusive range of “MV 75 World Championship” consists in only 75 watches produced in pink gold, 175 in titanium and 575 in steel. The watches have a contemporary case, black carbon dial and a layout similar to the instruments on an MV Agusta motorcycle. Each dial has flashes of red to echo the MV Agusta colors, with a series number engraved on the back alongside an MV Agusta logo.
If you are looking for another option on the thought of taking your bike to the office, this might be it. Each time you look at the watch, it will feel like a small twist of an MV Agusta’s throttle.