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Claudio Castiglioni Passes Away at the Age of 64

Claudio Castiglioni, President of MV Agusta, passed away this morning in Varese, Italy at the age of 64. In a statement from MV Agusta, the company says that Castiglioni succumed from an unnamed illness while attending a clinic in Varese.

Over the course of his career, Castiglioni touched such esteemed brands as Ducati, Cagiva, Husqvarna, and of course MV Agusta. His most recent accomplishment was bringing MV back into Italian ownership, in an act of business acumen that saw Harley-Davidson actually pay Castiglioni €20 million to take back the recent refurbished company.

Unfortunately with his passing, Claudio Castiglioni will not get to see MV Agusta’s full revival come to fruition, as the Italian company is set to debut its MV Agusta F3 three-cylinder supersport later this year. Under Castiglioni’s guidance, MV Agusta gained a new business plan that sought to have the Italian company finally become profitable and sell its exquisite machines in larger volume.

Teaming up with legendary motorcycle designer Massimo Tamburini, Castiglioni helped bring some of the most iconic modern motorcycles to market like the Ducati 916 and MV Agusta F4. Claudio also brought us the Cagiva Elefant – Cagiva Mito, and his direction at Ducati also created the Monster line, one of the company’s most successful brands of motorcycle.

Influencing this industry for 15 years, Claudio Castiglioni’s departure will be felt by everyone involved in motorcycling, and the industry as a whole is lesser now without him. Claudio’s son Giovanni Castiglioni will continue his father’s tradition at MV Agusta, as he’s done for the past year already, while the rest of us try to figure out how to go on without one of the great masters in the trade.

MV Agusta Announces Retail Price For F3

In keeping with tradition, MV has announced it will be making a ‘Serie Oro’ (“Gold Series”) version of its new F3 triple that will preceded the release of the standard model. Limited to just 200 examples, the Oro benefits from a whole host of performance and styling accessories…as well as a vastly inflated price tag!

While the 675cc triple powerplant remains untouched, the Oro gains Öhlins’ top-shelf TTX36 shock as well as the Swedish company’s inverted fork and steering damper. The bike’s chromoly steel tubing portion of its hybrid steel space-frame/cast aluminum side plate chassis is TIG welded to ensure strength at all junctions, and Brembo’s monobloc calipers now grip higher-spec discs while the footrests become fully adjustable.

Aesthetically, the bike comes with the usual smattering of carbon fiber with the mudguard, hugger, dash cover, airbox side, intake covers, chain guards, swingarm protector and fairing lower all made of the lightweight material, while the frame plates, swingarm and forged aluminum wheels are painted gold.

The fairing displays the traditional MV red and silver livery, contrasting with the polished clutch cover and frame plates and CNC-milled alternator cover. For that extra touch of splendor, both rider and pillion seats are covered with real leather and Alcantara (a synthetic suede fabric).

As with the previous Serie Oro F4 bikes, the F3 Oro has a gold plate mounted on its top triple clamp with an individual number stamped on it. The price of all this grandeur? Don’t expect much change out of €22,000 (13,94,910 INR approx), nearly twice the €11,990 (7,60,224 INR approx) of the stock bike.

MV Agusta F3 “Serie Oro” Revealed

MV Agusta’s top spec. “Serie Oro” edition of the upcoming F3 has been photographed for the first time.

The exclusive special – rumoured to cost around £22,000 – will come with full Ohlins suspension, upgraded Brembo monoblock caliper brakes and an array of carbon decorations.

Continuing the trend of MV “Gold” specials – seen in 1999 with the F4 and 2004 with the Brutale – the F3 version will also come loaded with lightweight Magnesium alloy wheels.

MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro
MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro

A limited run of 200 models are scheduled for production, and are due to appear alongside the stock F3 at the end of the year.

More Details Coming Soon ………………….


MV Agusta Brutale 990R Italy 150 Special Edition

Italian motorcycle company, MV Agusta, is celebrating Italy’s 150th anniversary with the unveiling of a special edition Brutale 990R. The new model will be limited to only 150 units, one for every year of the country’s history. The company has said that the bike is the perfect union of technology and style.

MV Agusta’s latest special edition will be distinguished by exclusive livery highlighted by the dashboard cover which matches the color of the bodywork.

The tail end has been turned into a single seater just for this version of the bike and the spoiler sports the Italian flag with the number 150. There is also an inscribed plate on the upper steering brace.

The 150 units of the MV Agusta Brutale 990R Italy Special Edition will be offered in three color schemes: white, red, and black.

So if you are from Italy, this is the perfect occasion to buy an MV Agusta bike.


MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro
MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro
MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro
MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro
MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro

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