MV-Agusta F4

MV-Agusta F4

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With the ambition of one accustomed to winning and the self-confidence of a company with all the knowhow in the world, MV Agusta have “crossed” their two latest creations, the F4 CC and the F4 R 312. They have made the ultimate cocktail of power and controlled aggression to once more unleash the beast also known as “the most beautiful motorcycle in the world”.

When we talk about Italian sports bike we think about power, speed and beauty. But also a lot of “ifs” and “buts” cross our mind when we compare them to the Japanese sports bike, for example Suzuki Suzuki or Honda models. If back in the ‘70s there was nothing on the road to compare with the Ducati 750SS, in the ‘90s the Italian sports back were long behind the Japanese motorcycle. But this was about to change when in 1997 MV Agusta launched the F4S at the Milan show.

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Years of painstaking work, never-ending research and the pure passion and professionalism of all the MV Agusta engineers won them the prestigious MASTER BIKE competition that this year took place at the Jerez circuit in Spain. The F4 R 312 won the title of best motorcycle when up against the best the rest of the world could offer. The riders included 18 specialist journalists and world-renowned riders like Randy Mamola, Jurgen Fuchs and Stefan Chambon representing the 15 best-known (...)
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The evolution of racing bikes is the result of many small steps. The underlying concept is never abandoned, rejected or turned upside down. It is only meticulous little changes that finally lead to perfection. It is for this very reason that the F4 has made history for sports bikes and gone on to become a legend. The F4 of today is a symbol of this legend. The R312 where "three hundred and twelve" is the top speed. To go fast means, tests, hard work, sweat and winning on the (...)
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The British were pioneers at many things. Some were pleasant and enjoyable, like motorcycles, others not so much, like imperialism. At the very zenith of their motorcycling days, they had performance and handling, but they missed many other things – like oil-tight engines, the ability to make more power after they hit the ’plateau,’ and the ability to consistently imbue their machines with soul. The Italians, on the other hand, understood that last bit rather well. Right from the Cucciolo (...)
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Cagiva USA invites all MV Agusta enthusiasts to witness the East Coast premiere of the MV Agusta F4CC at the Cycle World International Motorcycle Show this weekend at the Jacob K. Javits Center, New York, NY. Current MV Agusta owners will be able to enter a reserved area for an up-close look at the F4CC, as well as the Cagiva Mito 500, a prototype model currently on tour with the MV Agusta exhibit. Also on display will be the world’s fastest production motorcycle, the 2007 MV Agusta (...)
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"Dear MV Agusta Enthusiasts, Cagiva USA would like to take this opportunity to cordially invite you to witness the first public appearance of the 2007 MV Agusta F4CC at the Cycle World International Motorcycle Show this weekend in Long Beach, CA. Current MV Agusta owners will be able to enter a reserved area for an up close look at the F4CC. Cagiva USA also has another special prototype model that will also accompany the F4CC which will remain a secret until the show begins at 4:00 (...)
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At EICMA 2006, the MV Agusta Group will present a collection of new items that underline the company mission statement and the nature of work carried out at the Varese factory as being that of the leader in this sector with an incomparable and unique blend of style and design. These results are the outcome of constant research and technological innovation that has so marked the progress made in recent times. All these factors have involved serious and highly interesting work but in reality (...)

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