MV Agusta 350 Bialbero 1965-1973 — Ultimate MotorCycling

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MV Agusta 350 Bialbero | 1965-1973

3 Bialbero

Contrasting the hi-tech, traction-controlled world of today’s motorcycles, are the hand-built racing that made up the grid in the years of GP racing.

Many of the brands that contested the grand prixs have since vanished. However, MV a major force in ushering meteoric advances in racing is still with us.

One beautiful of the exotica that took to the in those nascent years of prix is the MV Agusta 350 Bialbero.

This innovative three-cylinder (3 cilindri) was created under the mandates of Domenico Agusta in

The MV Agusta Bialbero debuted in at the Grand Prix of Germany it earned its first victory. by the legendary Giacomo Agostini, the win was a of things to come.

Under the talents of Agostini and the engineering of Agusta the Bialbero went on to 4 Manufacturer’s World Championships, 3 Championships, and a total of 39 Grand wins.

Agostini and MV Agusta were linked (much the way Valentino and Yamaha have been) in an pageant of victories.

This was a of personalities and talent between Agusta, rider Agostini, and the Bialbero.

The basic design of the Bialbero through from its first in 1965 until 1973 various changes and modifications, a powerful weapon in the GP wars.

The omnipotence on the asphalt earned MV a legion of devoted fans, their race wins motorcycle sales.

Although by today’s staggering GP motorcycles the performance and specification sheet was respectable in its day.

The 348cc 3-cylinder, 4-… engine had a ratio of 11:1, producing 68 hp at rpm.

A double overhead cam operated which were fed by three carburetors. Six-speed gearbox and a dry clutch delivered the power to a narrow 3.25-18 rear

Tubular steel frame telescopic fork and a swingarm by twin hydraulic shocks was as as it got in those days. Top speed was as 250 kph (155 mph).

The race was brought to a stop by a 225mm drum brake (a 180mm drum). The Bialbero’s weight was a 116 Kg (255 pounds).

This MV Bialbero, when to life with its three pipes, cracked the eardrums and racing MotoGP fans of the Those must have spectacular motorcycle races to witnessed.

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