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brand story

Red-lacquered racing motorcycles characterize the image of the name MV Agusta

With the race wins of his MV Agusta 125, the Italian company reported back in 1952 after the interruption of the war as a moto producer. Before MV Agusta became known as a manufacturer of high-capacity racers, the Italians initially concentrated on motorcycles of the 125 cc class in road vehicles. MV Agusta Pullmann or Tufvrismo Rapido were well-known. In addition, the designer built scooters like the cycle of CSL125 or the Chicco of the 1960s. Tourers and athletes with 175 cc displacement such as the MV Agusta Lusso and MV Agusta CS were also launched. In the 1960s and 70s, the red-painted motorcycles of the 500 cc and 350 cc class attracted attention with their racing successes. During this time, the list of Sport and street bikes were introduced as best models and marked the transition to the manufacturer of superbikes. There was a great development that continued under changing owners, including Harley-Davidson until 2010.

The MV Agusta bikes of the series F4 and Brutale

From the late 1990s MV Agusta focused on the premier class and established in the episode with the MV Agusta Brutale and the MV Agusta F4 two central series. The best beginning was marked by the MV Agusta F4 750 presented in 1997, which was followed by a model with a displacement of 1000 cc as the MV Agusta F4 1000. With the MV Agusta F4 100CC, the manufacturer showed in 2007 the fastest series-produced sports bike. The MV Agusta F4 RR also competed in the 1000 cc bike class. In the series of MV Agusta Brutale, the manufacturer offered racers up to 1078 cc displacement.

MV Agusta 125: Italian classics

The designation MV Agusta 125 stands for a large number of motorized two-wheelers, which are produced since 1945. The company celebrated great success and became a fixture in racing until it closed doors in 1980. In 1992, the brand was revived and then sold in other hands several times. More information about those events you can find on the official website.

125 and MV Agusta: two words, numerous models

Among the 125 cc models of the manufacturer include the best sales of 125 Tre Marche, 125 TEL Turismo, 125 Scooter Competizione, 125 Motore Lungo, 125 Pullman and the 125 TR Turismo Rapido. All models have the common feature that they are considered classics and their designs are reminiscent of a long-gone era of motorcycle construction.

Around MV Agusta's motorcycles a large number of lovers have formed, holding meetings and providing tips and technical assistance on second hand items. Thus, the purchase of a used 125 of this brand in addition to the joy of driving can also lead to a lot of new relationships with like-minded people.

MV Agusta 750 S - street legal Superbike

If you buy a 750 S from MV Agusta, you have a rarity. Between 1970 and 1975, fewer than 700 pieces were produced, with figures ranging from just under 600 to around 650 copies. The 5-speed engine with 72 hp brought the 230 kg heavy machine to a top speed of 200 km / h. On the bench only the driver finds place.

Designed for speed

The design of the MV Agusta 750 S is completely high-speed. Clip-on handlebars, as far back as possible attached foot pegs and a stretched tank that allows the motorcyclist to steer the bicycle out of the prone position. Because of its exclusivity, the 750 S (where the S stands for sport) hardly needs to fear the competition with other used motorcycles. For the street-legal Superbike, high prices are achieved on the market.

Used MV Agusta F4 1078 - made in Italy

In 2009, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the F4 1078, a new super sports car. For this purpose, a new engine was developed, with innovative technology and 1078 cc displacement. Also, the design has been fundamentally changed, so that the F4 on the racetrack as well as on the road makes a good figure.

The technique of a used F4 1078

The inline engine delivers 140 kW (190 hp) at 12200 rpm with a maximum torque of 124 Nm. Equipped with a six-speed gearbox and four valves per cylinder MV Augusta's F4 1078 achieves a top speed of 312 km / h. The tubular frame with a travel of 130 mm in front and 120 mm in the rear ensures a stable cycle ride.