MV Agusta has unveiled striking new colour schemes for its range of elite Brutale motorcycles.
The Brutale 910S gets a dramatic orange and black colour scheme that emphasises the machine’s breathtaking performance and sleek naked lines. The black trellis frame and alloy wheels contrast with the vibrant orange tank and mudguard and allow the Brutale’s exceptional components, like the 50mm Marzocchi upside down forks and Brembo 310mm front floating discs, to shine through. The price remains (...) > Full story
MV Agusta planning 600cc Supersport model alongside F4 1000 Superbike, also Brutale-style Naked version both designed by Massimo Tamburini.
Should the acquisition of Husqvarna by another party take place, this would enable MV Agusta to concentrate completely on future expansion of its product range.
Massimo Tamburini is confirmed to be working on the design of a 600cc four-cylinder Supersport version of the F4, which while it retains a recognizable family look is not a downsized clone of (...) > Full story
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 (...) > Full story
The prizes for "The Motorbike of the year 2006" have been given in Bologna, where the models of MV Agusta Group have been the absolute stars. The rewards have been awarded through the votes of the magazine’s readers "Motosprint", together with the most prestigious magazines of all Europe: Motorrad (Germany), Toeff (Switzerland), Moto Journal (France), Motociclismo (Spain), Motociclismo (Portugal), Motor Revue (Hungary), Motocykl (Poland), Motocykl (Czech Republic) and (...) > Full story
The return of MV Agusta to racing in America is a reality. Using the F41000R in Superstock trim, Eraldo Ferracci brought the rudiments of his team and a pair of young riders to Jennings GP for a private two-day test.
The return of MV Agusta to racing in America is a reality. Using the F41000R in Superstock trim, Eraldo Ferracci brought the rudiments of his team and a pair of young riders to Jennings GP for a private two-day test. Scassa is well acquainted with the MV Agusta motorcycle and (...) > Full story
"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 (...) > Full story
The MV Agusta F4 CC (Named after MV Agusta Motor S.p.A, Claudio Castiglioni) will be limited to 100 built.
MV Agusta officially announced the new colors for the F4 1000 R, 910 R, and 910 S at the EICMA show in Milan and here are the photos.
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 (...) > Full story
Rumor is that the 2007 lineup for the Brutale 910 S, Brutale 910 R, and the F4 1000 R will include a few more colors. Particularly, a white and black F4 1000 R, orange Brutale 910 S, and a white and black Brutale 910 R.