Now don't get too excited there, the 312R doesn't really do 312kmh (194mph). The moniker is merely a celebration of the fact a modified MV F4 once did a satellite-verified 311-point-something kmh. Flat out. Possibly down a big hill
resorting to expensive retooling to create an all-new bike. Chopping a cylinder off their larger F4 1000cc engine is relatively cheap in manufacturing terms.The MV design team were briefed with further reducing production costs (their F4 is famously
FOLLOWING THREE successful years in the STK FIM World Cup, MV Agusta has decided to concentrate its efforts in developing the SBK version of the F4 RR 312 in collaboration with Team Gimotorsports, headed by Gigi D’Esposito, and Team Factory SBK
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to adjustments. It's not racing quality suspension but it's still very good - Ohlins won't send any old kit out to manufacturers to fit to road bikes, it's good stuff."Click here to read the MV Agusta F4 1000R reviewAprilia RSV-R Factory SpecsSPECS - APRILIATYPE
to get back on the map. Let's just hope this new superbike is as good looking at the MV F4 - one of the most stunning bikes of all time.
It starts with a pencil. A pencil like any other, that writes and draws. Well not quite like any other, as these words come from an MV Agusta pencil.The lead feels precise like a 2H, not smudgy and dull like an HB, nor too scratchy and brittle. Surrounding the lead is black wood,...
'd bought a few years earlier. At the 1997 Milan show, Castiglioni and Tamburini presented the gorgeous inline four F4 750."I always believed a 750 with the weight of a 500 and the power of a 1000 is the perfect motorcycle," says Tamburini. But when the F4
F4 1000, with its massive 169bhp is a completely new machine with over 90% of its components updated. This 2010 model is dripping with touches of exclusivity from the fully adjustable gear change lever to those beautiful organ pipe exhausts merging
announced that the riders will compete on a pair of updated F4-RRs for 2013. This will surprise some, who may have expected to see the more recent F3 675 on the grid. The F4 (1000R) last featured in British Superbikes and Superstock championships in 2007
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