MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro — Cycle Torque Magazine

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MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro

New MV is Motorcycling Magic!

Test by Reed. Pics courtesy Feeney Group

THE four jutting aggressively from the F4’s seat begin to drowning out the induction roar as the rise. This is MV’s re-entry into the 750 class: the is superb, the rest of the bike in design, performance and execution. is the MV Agusta 750 F4 Serie Oro, and it is the best sportster in the world.

I was to Darlington Park in Queensland to one of only 300 Serie Oros to be and despite an asking price of they are all sold out. the F4S production model will be us next year, at less half the freight of the bike here. From the first the MV screams quality – from the lines to the liberal use of carbon a phalanx of flawless alloy and state of the art running gear.

Everything about the machine the inherent drive for quality stems from the inspired all parlayed through to finished without financial compromise. MV 180kg and 126bhp (93kW) for the which would give it a power to weight ratio just about any other Add in ultra-high quality components to the and you will start to understand why I’m so about this bike.

and tidy, the MV feels small you climb aboard. The riding is very similar to the Ducati 996 up, hands down, legs folded); pure sports but not too The rider’s view is dominated by the dash layout featuring a speedo to the left and a large tacho to the right.

This all above one of the biggest and strongest-looking head assemblies around.

The tubular steel trellis is a mass of triangles with an diameter steering head at the end. Through this an equally massive triple which grips the fully-adjustable Showa USD forks. All the pivot on the MV are oversize, and if this is what it to achieve pin-sharp steering it is time for the other manufacturers to their own ideas on this At the back of the frame resides a alloy plate rear pivot.

An alloy rear is bolted to this while the area accepts the massive single-sided swingarm. The fully-adjustable rear shock is supplied by and offers 120mm of travel.

to the road is via Pirelli, with a front hoop and a 190/50-ZR17 The front rim is a 3.5 and the rear, a fat six incher. is provided by Nissin with two calipers gripping the 310mm steel discs up front and a caliper on the 210mm rear. the starter and the MV settles down to an burble which transforms to an induction growl at the touch of the

The Weber Marelli Multipoint injection system is finely providing precise response to throttle openings which is appreciated when it comes to gear turning. From the of take-off, the MV feels rock and glued to the road.

MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro

Flicking the precise six-speed cassette the pleasure factor rises. As the rises to 5500 rpm, a tingling vibration comes goes, the glorious exhaust from the four separate drowning out any intake noise. this point, the MV accelerates in the rider-friendly linear manner.

the throttle open and it pulls and evenly off towards its 13,000rpm With peak power at 12,200rpm, the MV is most responsive if you it revving. But with such an power delivery over a broad rev range, you naturally yourself enjoying the tractability of the

On the track the MV feels instantly The more you throw it around the confidence it inspires. This steers, corners, changes and holds its line at high better than anything out there.

It was really difficult to fault with the Serie Oro in the time we had with the bike. Due to weather we didn’t get the chance to try the on the public roads for any length of but on the track (one I hadn’t on before) it was fantastic. Forget neutral as being where it’s at, the MV it a step further to ‘natural’ which verges on E.S.P.

Think of where you want to be and you are It’s as simple as that. the exotic metals and superb gear play a big part in but the basics of geometry and weight come from the drawing

The genius of design chief Tamburini cannot be overlooked. The name is synonymous with motorcycles (the first two of his surname being the last two in the name Bimota), his previous glory being the Ducati But with the MV F4, he has achieved what other manufacturer has wanted to – and the scary point is that is MV’s first attempt in 25 years!

The proof of the pudding come with riding the Oro’s cheaper brother – the MV F4 – At less than half the of the Serie Oro, the ‘S’ is already a big on the sales floor (despite not arriving for some months) and at a glance, differs only in the materials and the running gear. If the F4S anywhere near as well as the Oro, MV Agusta will only one problem – the company never be able to make of them. [custom name=test_intro any standard street motorcycle be worth $65,000? Cycle was at the launch of the Hand-built MV Agusta F4 to out…

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