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.
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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? [keep reading...]
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 [keep reading...]
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 [keep reading...]
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 [keep reading...]
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 [keep reading...]
This is the 2020 Brutale 1000RR. 206bhp on tap with this motorcycle for next year. There's some gorgeous metal from MV Agusta right now at [keep reading...]
EICMA 2019: Here’s MV Agusta’s three new Rosso motorcycle models for 2020 – which apparently are cheaper (but nobody is telling the world the cost of these, just yet)
The MV Agusta Turismo Beloce 800 Rosso is a fine looking motorcycle. Especially now it's been dipped in that liquid-red shiny goodness. What we have [keep reading...]
MV Agusta has long made some of the most beautiful motorcycles in the world and now has more financial security for the next wave of [keep reading...]