MV Agusta Vintage Racing Motorcycles, 175cc

Rubric: Agusta | 13 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on MV Agusta Vintage Racing Motorcycles, 175cc
MV Agusta Vintage Racing Motorcycles, 175cc

Team Bronbach History These machines were restored to concourse condition in the late 1970’s and 80’s by Allan Aaron, an employee of the American government who lived in Germany at the time. They all started as basket cases, and were restored with authentic parts sourced from flea markets and swap meets across Europe. The restorations were authentic where possible, and custom parts were manufactured if required. All have been run in veteran racing events, however it has been over 10 years since they have been raced. The racing machines were all raced in the European Veteran Racing Circuit. Allan and his friends would take these motorcycles to all the major racing circuits across ...

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2013 MV Agusta F4 and F4 RR- First Ride Review

Rubric: Agusta | 11 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2013 MV Agusta F4 and F4 RR- First Ride Review
2013 MV Agusta F4 and F4 RR- First Ride Review

2013 MV Agusta F4 and F4 RR – First Ride Taming the Italian stallion. Valencia, Spain—I fear I may be slipping behind the technology curve of late. As the last Cycle World staffer to trade in my company-issued Blackberry for an iPhone, I’m just now getting a handle on this whole Facebook thing. Perhaps certain traits of my father have begun to manifest with age? Dad, a master mechanic throughout much of his professional career, lacked the patience to learn how to program a VCR back in the day. I must wonder what my old man, or, for that matter, legendary MV factory rider Giacomo Agostini . would make of the depth and complexity of the myriad menu options on the info-rich LCD dash of ...

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The Limited Edition MV Agusta Nero F4 1000

Rubric: Agusta | 7 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on The Limited Edition MV Agusta Nero F4 1000
The Limited Edition MV Agusta Nero F4 1000

The Limited Edition MV Agusta Nero F4 1000 The Limited Edition MV Agusta Nero F4 1000 April 18, 2006 Limited edition everything is coming into vogue. As manufacturing becomes more intelligent and able to respond to an ever more discerning and directly available public, eventually we’ll see products made for very small markets that in many cases are a market of one. The MV Agusta F4 1000 Nero is just such a product – a limited edition of 21 all black F4 1000 motorcycles. The MV Agusta name is one of motorcycle legend. Started in 1945 in the village of Verghera by Count Domenico Agusta – a member of a powerful industrial family whose name is still worn today on some of the world’s most ...

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Giacamo Agosini

Rubric: Agusta | 2 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Giacamo Agosini
Giacamo Agosini

Early career Agostini was the son of a wealthy Italian industrialist. His father originally didn’t approve of his son’s motorcycle racing career. He did everything he could to persuade his son not to race. Agostini had to steal away to compete, first in hill climb events and then in road racing. Agostini was born on June 16, 1942 in Brescia, Italy, and was raised in Levere near Bergamo. He was raised in a well-to-do family and his parents discouraged him from taking up motorcycle racing. To start racing he needed a signature from his parents. Agostini went to a notary and told him he was going cycle racing. The notary, who was a friend of his father’s, told Agostini’s father ...

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Italian Motorcycle Racers Italy

Rubric: Agusta | 16 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Italian Motorcycle Racers Italy
Italian Motorcycle Racers Italy

Italian Motorcycle Racers Italian motorcycle racers: Carlo Ubbiali Carlo Ubbiali Italian motorcycle racers can never be examined without saying something about Carlo Ubbiali, an accomplished professional like few others. Ubbiali was born 22 September 1929 in the Italian city of Bergamo in the region of Lombardy. It is very near the much more famous city of Milan in the north central part of Italy. His town, like many in Italy, is an ancient city with a very long history. However, it was Ubbiali who helped add to that proud past. Ubbiali’s first foray into racing at the top level was in 1949, the year that the first FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix race was held. In that ...

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MV Agusta 750 Sport Restoration – Classic Motobikes – Bike Reviews

Rubric: Agusta | 16 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on MV Agusta 750 Sport Restoration – Classic Motobikes – Bike Reviews
MV Agusta 750 Sport Restoration – Classic Motobikes – Bike Reviews

MV Agusta 750 Sport Restoration David Frier’s MV Agusta Sport is a guaranteed head turner. Not just because it is so clean and well prepared, but also because of the name on the tank and the rarity of the bike itself. MV Agusta occupy a very special place in the hearts of bikers the world over having captured everyone’s attention since the late fifties. The legendary racing name began making multi-cylinder road going motorcycles, the first released in 1965, to support their amazing run of success on the Grand Prix circuits. MV Agusta won their first premier class title in 1956, with John Surtees riding, and two years later, began a seventeen-year period of total dominance in the class. ...

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MV Agusta, The First Italian Motorcycle Manufacturer to Produce in Brazil…

Rubric: Agusta | 9 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on MV Agusta, The First Italian Motorcycle Manufacturer to Produce in Brazil…
MV Agusta, The First Italian Motorcycle Manufacturer to Produce in Brazil…

MV Agusta, The First Italian Motorcycle Manufacturer to Produce in Brazil for Their Domestic Market Varese, June 22, 2011 – MV Agusta and their Brazilian partner Dafra Motos have announced their agreement for the production of the F4 and Brutale models destined for the Brazilian market. The Brazilian economy is continuing to grow and with the continued economic growth the exclusive luxury goods market has also been expanding. Brazil is continually increasing their global presence both economically and socially by hosting world class events such as the FIFA World Cup in 2014 as well as the Olympic Games in 2016. For these reasons MV Agusta, together with Dafra Motos, which belongs to ...

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MV Agusta returns to international motorcycle racing at February’s…

Rubric: Agusta | 7 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on MV Agusta returns to international motorcycle racing at February’s…
MV Agusta returns to international motorcycle racing at February’s…

MV Agusta returns to international motorcycle racing at February’s World Superbikes at Phillip Island Iconic Italian motorcycle brand MV Agusta will make its official return to top-level international motorcycle competition next February when it lines up in the opening round of the 2014 Superbike World Championship at Victoria’s Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit. The marque, which has a record 37 individual and 38 manufacturer grand prix titles to its credit, will be officially involved at world level with the Russian-based Yakhnich Motorsport Team. The outfit will run Italian Claudio Corti in world superbike with its F4 1000 RR, backed up by a two-pronged attack in world supersport ...

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Top fours: 2. MV Agusta 750S-News & Reviews-Motorcycle Trader

Rubric: Agusta | 5 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Top fours: 2. MV Agusta 750S-News & Reviews-Motorcycle Trader
Top fours: 2. MV Agusta 750S-News & Reviews-Motorcycle Trader

08 Feb 2013 | Author and classic motorcycle expert Ian Falloon nominates the five best four-cylinder motorcycles of all time. When MV Agusta displayed a 500cc street version of its grand prix racer at the Milan Show towards the end of 1950, the world sat up and took notice. The R19 had the same DOHC, four-cylinder engine as the racer and was the most exotic production motorcycle in the world at that time. But as with so many designs of the 1950s, the R19 prototype was primarily a promotional tool and it wasn’t until more than 15 years later that a street version of the grand prix racer appeared. The first production MV four was the 600, a grand touring motorcycle with shaft drive. It was ...

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MV Augusta F4 Tamburini Motorbikes

Rubric: Agusta | 2 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on MV Augusta F4 Tamburini Motorbikes
MV Augusta F4 Tamburini Motorbikes

The dream of every design engineer is to come up with the most beautiful sports motorcycle in the world then turn it into the fastest, most exclusive, sought after and powerful on the market. This was my dream too. I wanted to feel the reactions of a racing bike that could put every available ounce of power through to the ground beneath me and feel it lean into and hug the curves. I wanted to see perfection in every single detail of material, shape and efficiency, an example of mechanical elegance that would be immortal. I wanted a motorcycle with no half measures, a motorcycle that would combine all of the technology tried out over years of research, a motorcycle intended for connoisseurs and ...

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