MV Agusta Brutale 910 Review — Ultimate MotorCycling

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MV Agusta 910 R Brutale Italia

MV Agusta Brutale 910 | Review


Because testosterone-fueled monikers Monster, Firebolt, and Intruder it seems natural that MV would christen its no-holds-barred the Brutale. While first Brutales boasted gorgeous and crisp handling, the 749cc came up a bit short on torque and

Finally living up to its imposing the 2006 Brutale enjoys a boost to 908cc that wheel-lifting, tail-snapping thrust, it with bad boy bravado that be negotiated with the type of normally reserved for feral or deposed dictators on trial.

The powerplant is at the heart of the Brutale’s transplant. Utilizing radial technology that was developed in with Ferrari, the 910 produces 136 hp and 71 ft lbs of Thanks to design features from the 996cc F4 1000 the new engine is actually lighter the previous 750.

The 910 growls with a throatier, timbre than the previous yet revs easily despite its displacement.

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The eagerness of the bike’s acceleration and the power band results in a that feels more a torquey triple than an four. Wrapped around the is a graceful trellis frame and a aggressively flared tank; the exposed mechanicals do justice to the apt term “… bike.”

particular Brutale 910 boasts elements that complement its design. Its exquisite MV Corse titanium exhaust amplifies the already seductive growl, and the magnesium wheels not only weight, but provide an elegant of the bike’s classic silver-and-red colors. The minimalist bodywork is with a complete MV Agusta CRC fiber kit, though this Brutale’s most custom element is its custom-made Gravity fairing and windscreen.

“The idea was to create protection while also the bike’s personality,” explains Cook of Zero Gravity. “I wanted to avoid detracting Tamburini’s vision, so I paid attention to the flow of the headlight, and rear end before finalizing the Made from vacuum-formed the fairing plays off the already slick headlight and reduces at highway speeds.

The fairing was by Chris Wood at AirTrix shop in Santa Barbara, who dug deep into his work and talent, not only matching the paint colors but also that the design flowed with the spirit of the machine. “It just a case of layer on paint,” Chris explained. this machine may be by name, but its dominates its looks. This took careful thought and a vision to get the design and color correct.”

Easy on the eye the Brutale certainly is, but to ride fast it is not. of power means less during spirited canyon and the seating position—upright, on a relatively seat—can translate to some sliding during dramatic thrusts. Braking is, in fact, one of the forgiving aspects of the Brutale’s dynamic; stopping power early in the lever travel, and the of the 6-piston Nissins is very

Once proper entrance is achieved to set up for a turn, the real begins. Turn-in is razor so much so that the uninitiated apex earlier than Once banked over and back on to the throttle, the rider remain acutely aware of the injection’s supersensitivity.

Likewise, the engine’s torque so immediately that anything than very carefully midcorner power is punished a snappiness that can make it to hold the chosen line. The can be a choppy, lurching ride, but it smoothly—turn in late and fast—and the will reward its pilot the ultimate ride. Challenging?

MV Agusta 910 R Brutale Italia

Rewarding? Absolutely.

Downshifts are met curiously counterintuitive engine Though the Brutale’s 4-cylinder revs with astonishing engine speed actually off considerably slower. In fact, the is dramatic enough to feel downshifts, as if there were a clutch on the bike.

This is a of the Brutale’s remarkably lightweight and low flywheel mass, which the engine quick to respond to twists, but slow to wind

While the chassis of the 2006 remains unchanged, the bike’s powerplant gives the machine a quality that was absent the 750cc version. The increased in concert with the firm and meticulous steering, makes the a precision instrument that the meek but truly rewards the Its mechanical dedication to acceleration, and turning is unapologetic, and it demands the total and uncompromising commitment the rider. Anything less absolute smoothness and ultimate does not do justice to the 910′s capabilities. (Click image to

As its name accurately implies, the MV Agusta Brutale is a take-no-prisoners built for the small percentage of with enough skill and to bring out the best in its fierce Unlike countless models with menacing names the false promise of danger, the delivers with stunning yet totality.


908cc. Liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder. Marelli 1.6 M fuel injection.


MV Agusta 910 R Brutale Italia
MV Agusta 910 R Brutale Italia
MV Agusta 910 R Brutale Italia

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