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Started in 1923, the company MV Augusta made their first motorcycle in 1943. That bike was powered by a two-stroke 98-cc engine.

In 1948, MV Agusta came up with their first racing motorcycle. It was powered with an 8-hp 125-cc engine, enabling it to reach 110 km/h. In 1949, the power of that motor was increased to 10 hp.

At the end of 1965, the MV Agusta 600 motorcycle debuted at the prestigious event in Milan. The bike was equipped with a 4-cylinder, 52-hp in-line engine, and a 5-speed gearbox. The powerplant enabled the motorcycle to accelerate to 185 km/h.

In 2003, the company managed to create another miracle – the F4 motorcycle capable of accelerating to 300 km/h thanks to its 174-hp 1000-cc engine.

Well, if you are curious about what the company creates today, you are welcome to get familiar with this 2020 MV Agusta review.

MV Agusta F3 800
(https://bike.net/MV_A…3_800_2019)

The new motorcycle 2020 MV Agusta F3 800 appears to be an undisputed leader in the class of sportbikes in terms of performance, design, and technology. The lattice frame of steel pipes is reinforced with side elements made of durable aluminum alloy. The frame accommodates a compact three-cylinder motor. Here oil and water cooling systems have separate radiators.

As for the injection on the new MV Agusta F3 800, it’s represented by an integrated MVICS system and also a block of three Mikuni injectors. The stability control system comes with eight levels of tuning. Besides this, alloy wheels boast Pirelli signature sports tires. Potential buyers will undoubtedly appreciate the cantilever pendulum made of aluminum with progressive shock absorbers from Sachs and also the Marzocchi fork because they are good at softening all the road bumps.

In addition to this, it boasts a modern instrument panel with a large number of system settings. We should also note that excellent disc brakes are equipped with Brembo radial calipers. Furthermore, the up-to-date exhaust system complies with the strict Euro-3 standard. Finally, we should add that the bike’s sports seat provides a comfortable fit.

MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso
(https://bike.net/MV_A…o_800_2014)

In contrast to the clumsy and large sport-tourist motorcycles, a brand new two-wheeled beast from MV Agusta is a totally different concept. The new 2019 MV Agusta Turismo Velocé 800 Lusso confidently takes on its counterparts. The given sports and tourist motorcycle features an ultra-compact frame, a lightweight chassis and, most importantly, a mighty 800-cc powerplant for unforgettable trips. The Lusso appears to be the top modification of the motorcycle. It dares to change the very idea of the touring segment of the motorcycle world.

When developing the latest 2019 MV Agusta Turismo Velocé 800 Lusso, the designers paid special attention to its frame design. Here we can observe a steel tubular shape as well as aluminum elements. The given approach has drastically increased the overall rigidity of the construction. So, the rider can take two passengers as well as their belongings without worrying that it won’t endure that.

MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster

The Dragster MV Agusta Brutale 800 happens to be an extreme street bike. You will probably appreciate its futuristic design. Special aluminum inserts reinforce the lattice frame of steel pipes, simultaneously supporting the motor.

The latest Brutale 800 Dragster comes with alloy wheels with branded road tires. Additionally, Brembo floating calipers are utilized in the bike’s hydraulic brake system. The Marzocchi front fork and Sachs mono-shock absorber of the rear aluminum pendulum have several modes the rider can set. Finally, we should mention the bike’s eight-level traction control and a mighty motor with the Mikuni injector.
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Founded in 1900, the company Yamaha tried their hand at the motorcycle industry only in 1954. Before that, the firm started by Thorakusu Yamaha was associated only with musical instruments.
As told above, in 1954, the company presented its first…
speaktaper
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Founded in 1885, the motorcycle maker Triumph came up with their first bike in 1902. It featured a reinforced bicycle frame, a Belgian 2,25 hp engine, and a belt drive.
However, the company didn’t enjoy great popularity until 1990 when John Bloor…
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A century ago, founded in 1909 by Michio Suzuki, the company Suzuki was known as the world’s best loom maker. However, in 1951, the company was heavily affected by the collapse of the global cotton market and Suzuki had to try their hand in other…
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A sportbike appears to be the embodiment of cutting-edge technology in motorcycle production.
The pleasure of owning this motorcycle is rooted in its striking ability to be the first on the road. It’s really good at handling, cornering, and…
speaktaper
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The legendary motorcycle English brand Royal Enfield showed up in the second half of the 1880s, when George Townsend, an unknown person, opened a business for the production of ordinary sewing needles. Things didn’t go well until in 1880 he…
What actually makes the Harley-Davidson Road Glide stand out from its electric “brother” the Electra Glide is its classic front fairing. As we know, the Electra’s fairing comes with a built-in headlight on the outside as well as a dashboard with…
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If you are currently struggling to pick up a good new off-road bike for your dirt road adventures, you are viewing the right review. Well, to facilitate your choice, we have chosen five new motorcross bikes and placed them according to our rating…
speaktaper
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Started in 1934 by Hans Trunkenpolz, the company KTM came up with their first motorcycle R100 in 1951 powered by a 98 cm3 engine.
Their first engine with a volume of 125 cm3 appeared in 1976.
In 1986, KTM turned out to be the first motorcycle…
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Lovers of off-road bikes have certainly heard of Husqvarna, a Swedish brand, the history of which can be traced back one hundred years ago. They released their first motorcycle in 1903. That motorcycle was powered by a single-cylinder four-stroke 1…
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Started in 1948 by Soichiro Honda, the company Honda is one of the key bike makers. The company released their first motorcycle dubbed the Dream Type E in 1951. It was powered by a four-stroke single-cylinder 5,5-hp engine.


In 1958, a new Benli…
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Enduro is a type of sporting event that takes place on rough terrain using special motorcycles. It gives a lot of adrenaline to its participants because the race lasts up to six days and requires deep knowledge of the rules and practice of driving…
speaktaper
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Started in 1926, Ducati offered their first original motorcycle dubbed T2 in 1946. Driven by a 2-liter engine, the motorcycle reached the top speed of 60 km/h.


In 1952, the Ducati Cruiser showed up. Powered by an 8-liter engine, the motorcycle…
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The newly-released bike Challenger from the company Indian has attracted the attention of reporters and motor enthusiasts. When looking at the motorcycle for the first time, one notices clear lines of its exterior, in particular, its massive fixed…
You are welcome to get familiar with a cutting-edge and all-mighty bike – the Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black (https://bike.net/Triu…Black_2019). Its unique custom design successfully combines the minimalism of the…
Maxim Skatov
Maxim Skatov wrote post