See the first real images of MV's gorgeous new sporting middleweight
YOU'RE LOOKING at the world's first real quality images of MV Agusta's 600cc triple-cylinder sportsbike.
Visordown has been reporting on the rumours of the much-awaited middleweight over the last couple of years; we published sneaky spy shots of the Italian beauty last year.
MV says of the new machine:
After years of continuous design and development along with ongoing research to create the most beautiful and technologically advanced 600cc bike of the world, the first pictures of the “real” MV AGUSTA F3 are revealed.
Last month, American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson sold MV Agusta back to the Castigllioni family after just two years at the company's helm.
It's reported Harley made a significant loss on the sale.
Anyone tempted by MV's latest offering?
Posted: 18/09/2010 at 11:56
Gee.... an (I'm sure) expensive Italian Daytona 675....
When does their Street Triple R come out?
I guess that it is true that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Posted: 18/09/2010 at 12:19
Front shots here:http://www.motor-bike.it/news-e-anteprime/4646-scoop-ecco-a-voi-le-prime-foto-ufficiali-della-mv-agusta-f3.html
Beautiful!! <img /><img />
Posted: 18/09/2010 at 14:42
MV was building middle weight tripples long before Triumph was , "copy who" ?
Posted: 18/09/2010 at 15:43
I guess I missed seeing their street versions of the T150/T160 back in the early '70's... =;-)
I was just poking at them... I love triples.... and twins... lots of character and cool sounding...
Actually... it is great that there are folks making bikes outside of the cookie cutter Jap 600 & 1000 mold...
Posted: 18/09/2010 at 18:11
VisorDown: Fix the title of ur Article, Bike is 600cc not 675cc. They (MV Augusta) said so themselves.
Sorry for nitpicking, but people should get their facts str8.
Posted: 19/09/2010 at 01:51
Translated from site provided by pozzut:
MV Agusta F3 we see in the picture is really small and some rumors to damage likely to use a 600cc instead of 675 as expected.
Keeping it real like Mike D7
Posted: 19/09/2010 at 06:40
SportRider in the U.S claims that it will be indeed a 675 by "trusty inside info".
Maybe what MV was trying to say is that it will be "inside" the 600cc Class as in "600cc - 699cc" ?
I guess we'll really have to wait and see what we get handed.
Posted: 19/09/2010 at 16:32
Posted: 20/09/2010 at 08:26
Looks like very other middle weight sports bike.
Posted: 20/09/2010 at 11:34
Posted: 21/09/2010 at 21:20
What does it share with the Triumph other than 3 culinders? Geez man what do you wan't, a turbine engine?
There are only so many places you can take an internal combustion motorcycle. It's all been done before in some form.
Posted: 30/09/2010 at 03:35
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