MV Agusta

  • PRODUCTION READY: MV Agusta’s adventure bikes are coming!

    PRODUCTION READY: MV Agusta’s adventure bikes are coming!

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    Following its unexpected reveal at EICMA last year, everyone’s been wondering when we’ll get to see a ready-to-ride Cagiva Elephant-inspired adventure bike from the Italian factory. But in a recent interview, MV’s CEO broke the news that a production-ready version of the 554cc 5.5 will make its debut at this year’s EICMA show in November…

  • MV Agusta gets ready for ADVENTURE!

    MV Agusta gets ready for ADVENTURE!

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    The iconic Italian factory has revealed 550cc and 930cc adventure bikes, which take inspiration from the Cagiva Elefant that raced in the Dakar Rally. MV Agusta’s officially entered the adventure motorcycle game with the release of two new adventure bikes at the EICMA show. The 550cc and 930cc adventure bikes, dubbed the 5.5 and the…

  • The MV Agusta Superveloce Ago…

    The MV Agusta Superveloce Ago…

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    MV Agusta has paid tribute to racing legend Giacomo Agostini with a special limited edition Superveloce. The new MV Agusta Superveloce Ago will be built by hand, and in a fitting tribute to Agostini’s 311 Grand Prix wins, only 311 will be built. In addition to some gorgeous carbon fibre bodywork, the Ago gets top-level…

  • MV Agusta CEO: Cagiva’s Elefant will return

    MV Agusta CEO: Cagiva’s Elefant will return

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    We’ve been talking about this for a little while. We knew that MV Agusta owned the brand and we suspected there was something of a resurgence on the way, but we’ve not really heard anything specific since way back in 2018 when the MV brand was at the hands of Giovanni Castiglioni.

  • YOU can now ride an MV Agusta with Hertz Ride. Rent a bike and explore France, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the USA.

    YOU can now ride an MV Agusta with Hertz Ride. Rent a bike and explore France, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the USA.

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    MV Agusta has joined forces with Hertz Ride, allowing bikers to rent one of the Italian factory’s bikes.   Never heard of Hertz Ride before? The biking off-shoot of the Hertz car rental empire has a wide range of bikes for rent in Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia and the United States. And now,…

  • MV Agusta’s baby Brutale for 2021? Here’s what Oberban Bezzi thinks it should look like…

    MV Agusta’s baby Brutale for 2021? Here’s what Oberban Bezzi thinks it should look like…

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    We know that MV Agusta’s got some small capacity bikes in the pipeline – and this is what designer Oberdan Bezzi thinks one of them will look like. MV Agusta has joined forces with Chinese automotive giant Loncin to create a range of 350cc-500cc motorcycles which are expected to arrive next year – and to…

  • MV Agusta reveals TWO A2-licence motorcycles. Restricted F3 675 and Brutale 800 Rosso coming soon?

    MV Agusta reveals TWO A2-licence motorcycles. Restricted F3 675 and Brutale 800 Rosso coming soon?

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    MV Agusta’s expanding its model range for 2020 – and the big news for learner riders is that there are two A2-compatible motorcycles coming very soon. Ok, so the news has come from Germany – and there’s been no official confirmation from UK distributors if we’re going to see the restricted bikes in dealers anytime…

  • MV Agusta’s President confirms “an adventure bike is coming”.

    MV Agusta’s President confirms “an adventure bike is coming”.

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    In an interview with Motociclismo.it, Timur Sardarov the President of MV Agusta has been speaking about the Italian factory’s plans for the future – and the big news is that there’s an adventure bike on the way. Speaking about the news the MV Agusta’s moving a part of its production to China, Sardarov confirmed that…

  • MV Agusta celebrates its 75th birthday

    MV Agusta celebrates its 75th birthday

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    Exotic Italian marque first appeared in 1945 They’ll need a massive cake in Varese this week – because the good folks at the MV Agusta factory will be blowing out 75 candles as they celebrate three-quarters of a century making sweet motorbikes. Launched by Count Giovanni Agusta as a subsidiary of his aviation firm (which…

  • MV Agusta’s CEO confirms 350cc twin-cylinder bikes are coming.

    MV Agusta’s CEO confirms 350cc twin-cylinder bikes are coming.

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    MV Agusta’s CEO Timur Sardarov has just revealed that the Italian factory is gearing up to release a range of twin-cylinder 350cc bikes. We’ve been telling you about MV’s plans for small and mid-capacity machines for a few months – and CEO Timur Sardarov has just confirmed that it’s happening very soon. He said: “MV…

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