MV Agusta have revealed their new F3 World Supersport bike and isn't it gorgeous? My words can't add much to these pictures, sorry.However, with traction control and a wet weight of 168kg, it ought to go better than it looks...
MV AGUSTA boss Giovanni Castiglioni has confirmed the name of the firm's new three-cylinder machine – a road-oriented bike with some adventure leanings along the lines – will be called Rivale. Just as we predicted back in January.Speaking to www
MV AGUSTA has trademarked the name “Rivale” for a new motorcycle model but so far there are few clues as to exactly which bike the tag will be applied to.Translating as “contender” or “competitor”, or simply 'rival', the name's meaning hints
MV Agusta's Brutale range had become increasingly complex as new models were added without removing the old ones. Just a quick glance at the firm's UK website (www.mvagusta.co.uk) reveals no fewer than six four-cylinder Brutales.But for 2013 that
AN enormous collection of MV Agustas brought together by brand fanatic Gary Kohs in Michigan is set to go under the hammer this summer. But you can't just buy one; all 71 machines are being sold as a single lot.Mecum Auctions will be selling
Click to read: MV Agusta F4 1000R owners reviews, MV Agusta F4 1000R specs and see the MV Agusta F4 1000R image gallery.The press conference part of this launch was different to most I’ve sat through.Usually it’s all about technical changes
An Italian built bike on water, mmmm...MV AGUSTA were showing off their new jetski at the Milan Show, earlier today. Sources say the machine's powered by the same engine found in the new F4 sportsbike. Let's hope the electrics are waterproof.
OH MAN we’re very excited by this. Visordown has been told by factory insiders that MV Agusta has now finished its 675cc triple prototype and is expected to show the motorcycle later this summer. The bike has been a closely-guarded secret
It's been a long time in gestation - two years to be precise - but there's no doubting the MV Augusta 675's good looks.Using a similar modular theme as Triumph, the three-cylinder middleweight MV looks to maximise the company's profitability without
Castiglioni had recognised it was a market he wanted to be involved with. These days, with the Cagiva brand in suspended animation and with Ducati long-since sold off, he remains the boss of MV Agusta, and he's got plans to get back into the big trailie market
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