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Founded shortly after the second World War, the red and silver fairings of MV Agusta has recorded 75 World Championships over its stories history. Among the great riders who have raced MVs are names such as Giacomo Agostini, whom alone conquered 14 of the 37 World Titles, Surtees, Hocking, Hailwood, Read, Ubbiali and Provini. With a record of 270 Grand Prix wins, MV Agusta has been coined “the most exclusive brand of the entire motorcycle industry.” The company was resurrected in 1998 with new product for the 21st century.

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I have a long history of saying that pretty much every engine could be improved by adding 10% more power. With the Brutale 800, MV Agusta has achieved that goal and then some.

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  • MV Agusta To Update the Brutale 800 For 2016

    A leaked video from MV Agusta shows a revised Brutale 800 is getting ready for its debut at EICMA in Milan next week. Although details are few, let’s dive into what we have seen so far. 2015 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR Quick Ride + Video MV has already implied that the engine for the […] more
  • MV Agusta Offering 0.99% Financing

    MV Agusta USA has launched a new retail financing program for the summer riding season. Qualified consumers can purchase a new MY14 or earlier model with finance rates as low as 0.99% and up to $0 down. Models include ABS and non-ABS versions as well as 4-cyclinder and 3-cylinder motorcycles. The program is in effect until […] more
  • Official: Mercedes-AMG Acquires 25% of MV Agusta

    The long-rumored deal between Daimler AG and MV Agusta has finally been completed with the German automaker’s Mercedes-AMG brand purchasing a 25% stake in the Italian motorcycle maker. Terms of the deal were not announced. “In MV Agusta, we have found the perfect two-wheel partner for Mercedes-AMG,” says Tobias Moers, chief executive officer of Mercedes-AMG. […] more
  • 2015 MV Agusta 800 Stradale Teased for EICMA

    MV Agusta released an image teasing a new light touring model rumored to be called the Stradale for next week’s EICMA show in Milan. The teaser shows the now-familiar stacked triple exhaust arrangement used on MV Agusta’s three-cylinder models and the panniers with integrated turn signals. Dutch website Nieuwsmotor published a leaked shot of the […] more
  • 2015 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR Announced

    Alongside the newly-revealed Dragster 800 RR comes a similar RR version of the MV Agusta Brutale 800. Like its Dragster cousin, the 2015 MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR receives an updated engine with its maximum horsepower increased to 138 hp at 13,100 rpm and torque bumped up to 63.4 ft-lb. at 10,100 rpm. The performance […] more
  • 2015 MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR Officially Revealed + Video

    Yesterday we brought you official images of the new 2015 MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR that were leaked online. The Italian manufacturer has now provided official information about the new model including an additional 14.8 hp and 3.7 ft-lb. over the original Dragster 800. Other noticeable upgrades over the base model include an adjustable CRC […] more
  • 2015 MV Agusta Dragster RR Leaked

    Well so much for a prolonged teaser campaign. After releasing an initial image of a Kineo wire-spoke tubeless tire wheel and an American drag racing-themed video earlier this month, MV Agusta appears to have sped up its timetable as official-looking photos of the new 2015 Dragster RR have leaked online. Unfortunately, no official specs were […] more
  • MV Agusta Teases New Model Is this the Turismo Leggero ADV?

    MV Agusta has released a new image enigmatically named “Worth Waiting” teasing a new motorcycle with wire-spoke wheels. The Italian manufacturer did not provide any other details, so we are left to ponder exactly what it is we’re waiting for. From the photo, we can see the rear wheel mounted to a single-sided swingarm with […] more
  • MV Agusta Explains Loss of California License

    Earlier this month, the Occupational Licensing division of the California Department of Motor Vehicles caused a bit of a kerfuffle in the motorcycle world when the agency’s monthly newsletter announced that MV Agusta had lost its license to sell motorcycles in the state of California. This is not the sort of announcement you’d expect about a well-known, premium brand of motorcycle. […] more
  • Special Edition MV Agusta F3 800 AGO

    MV Agusta announced it will produce a new special edition version of the F3 800 honoring the legendary Giacomo Agostini. The F3 800 AGO was originally revealed last fall at EICMA but MV Agusta has now confirmed it will be produced, releasing full details and pricing. The all-time leader in Grand Prix race wins won […] more
  • MV Agusta Increasing Sales and Market Share

    According to MV Agusta, the company’s motorcycle art is gaining in value. The boutique motorcycle manufacturer claims to have enjoyed a 20% sales increase for 2013 and is now reporting a 22% sales increase for the first quarter of 2014 over the same period last year. On its home turf of Italy, MV says it […] more
  • Massimo Tamburini: 1943 2014

    Massimo Tamburini, creator of some of the industry’s most iconic motorcycle designs, has succumbed to lung cancer at the age of 70. Tamburini was diagnosed with the disease last November and underwent chemotherapy treatment but passed away April 6. Earning renown for designing motorcycles such as the Ducati 916 and the MV Agusta F4, Tamburini’s […] more
  • MV Agusta Launches New Website

    Good news MV Agusta fans: the company’s website,, has been completely revamped. If you’ve ever tried navigating the old website, you’ve probably left feeling slightly irritated at the user interface. With this revamp, everything from the general layout, to individual page design is dynamic, fast and packed with great photos and videos of all the models in […] more
  • 2014 World Supersport – Phillip Island Results

    The 2014 World Supersport season opened in dramatic fashion after a red-flagged restart turned the 18-lap race into a five-lap sprint, with MV Agusta making a triumphant return to the top of the podium for the first time since 1976. The Supersport event began with a hard-fought battle between three-time champion Kenan Sofuoglu, Kev Coghlan […] more
  • 2014 WSBK – Phillip Island Results

    When he signed with the team, Eugene Laverty said he would give all he possibly could to bring Suzuki back to the top of the podium once again. Well, it sure didn’t take the Northern Irishman long to accomplish that goal, winning the very first race of the 2014 season at Australia’s Phillip Island course. […] more
  • FIM Eases WSBK Homologation Requirements

    With the 2014 World Superbike Championship now under way, the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) announced a change in the homologation procedure for new motorcycles entering the series. The new regulations requires a minimum of 125 units produced in order to begin the homologation process. By the end of the first year of participation, manufacturers must […] more

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