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Bonhams : 2000 MV Agusta 750cc F4 Serie Oro Frame no. ZCGF400AAXV00294…

Rubric: Agusta | 24 May 2015 | Comments Off on Bonhams : 2000 MV Agusta 750cc F4 Serie Oro Frame no. ZCGF400AAXV00294…
Bonhams : 2000 MV Agusta 750cc F4 Serie Oro Frame no. ZCGF400AAXV00294…

2000 MV Agusta 750cc F4 Serie Oro Frame no. ZCGF400AAXV00294 Engine no. F4AX000349 This MV Agusta F4 Serie Oro was owned from new by the late chairman of the MV Agusta Owners Club of Great Britain, Mr Alan Elderton. Supplied via Three Cross Motorcycles in March 2000, it is number ‘294’ of only 300 Serie Oro models built to mark the re-launch of the MV Agusta brand and one of only 21 official UK-supplied examples. Costing around -23,000 in the UK when launched (approximately -35,000 at that time) the Serie Oro was twice as expensive as the standard F4 Strada yet every single one had been sold prior to delivery, such was the demand. Most of the Oro’s miles were covered in ...

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Latest Motorcycle news, reviews & riding tips – RedBook.com.au

Rubric: Agusta | 1 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Latest Motorcycle news, reviews & riding tips – RedBook.com.au
Latest Motorcycle news, reviews & riding tips – RedBook.com.au

MV Agusta F3 Serie Oro New photos of a high-end gold F3 have been leaked, wearing ‘Serie Oro’ decals that continue MV Agusta’s use of the high performance sub-brand The MV Agusta F3 ‘Serie Oro’ or ‘gold series’ special edition has been outed ahead of the standard bike’s official launch before the end of the year, which has been confirmed at €11,990, or about A$16,000 at the time of writing. However that figure is only an indication of the exchange rate and we expect the actual price will probably be closer to $18,000, as its closest rival will be the $15,890 Triumph 675 Daytona R. MV Agusta is not a volume manufacturer and is expected to charge ...

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MV Agusta chillbike.co.za

Rubric: Agusta | 19 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on MV Agusta chillbike.co.za
MV Agusta chillbike.co.za

Claudio Castiglioni tribute galleries As Italy and the international motorcycle industry prepare to farewell Claudio Castiglioni. here is our small gallery tribute to a legendary motorcycle figure with a series of just some of the creations Castiglioni has been credited for over the years. Below is the official statement from MV Agusta on Castiglioni’s death – which celebrates his life and career and one of the more incredible contributions to the motorcycle industry we’ll see in years to come. Claudio Castiglioni, 64 years old and President of MV Agusta Motor S.p.A. passed away this morning in Varese,Italy after a courageous battle against an illness. The man who personally elevated ...

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New MV Agusta F3 will be launched in 2011 : Photos Revealed Today24News

Rubric: Agusta | 12 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on New MV Agusta F3 will be launched in 2011 : Photos Revealed Today24News
New MV Agusta F3 will be launched in 2011 : Photos Revealed Today24News

New MV Agusta F3 will be launched in 2011. Photos Revealed At last, an Italian manufacturer MV Agusta has revealed first photos of new MV Agusta F3 middleweight sportsbike which launched in 2011. The sexy and stylist MV Agusta F3 will come with 675cc three-cylinder like Triumph and Benelli. At the 2010 EICMA show, new MV Agusta F3 debut in the world. The MV Agusta was started in the post of World War II reconstruction period in 1945. From Cascina Costa, Italy, near Milan, two bothers started company as Agusta for manufacture inexpensive transportation. Then the motorcycle company entered in to the Grand Prix racing world and in 1980 MV Agusta would have 75 World Titles including 38 rider championships ...

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QUICKSPIN: MV AGUSTA F3 675 SERIE ORO MINI-MV InsureMyRide

Rubric: Agusta | 6 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on QUICKSPIN: MV AGUSTA F3 675 SERIE ORO MINI-MV InsureMyRide
QUICKSPIN: MV AGUSTA F3 675 SERIE ORO MINI-MV InsureMyRide

QUICKSPIN: MV AGUSTA F3 675 SERIE ORO MINI-MV MV Agusta always produces very sexy and evocative motorcycles. The Serie Oro (Italian for gold people] card was played in 1999 with the first F4 750, and now the F3 gets its turn with just 200 of these jewels. Gold frame and wheels, Ohlins suspension, Brembo Monoblocs and heaps more – including the 91/200 plaque – help double the ask over the normal F3. Justin Chisholm of Trooper Lu’s Garage is one of 14 very astute Aussies who got in quick and we were very lucky to get a quick spin on his baby. The minuscule F3 is just indescribably intuitive to share time with. You may as well be plugged in directly to the 675 triple by running ...

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2012 MV Agusta F3 675 is a Computerized Crotch Rocket

Rubric: Agusta | 13 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2012 MV Agusta F3 675 is a Computerized Crotch Rocket
2012 MV Agusta F3 675 is a Computerized Crotch Rocket

2012 MV Agusta F3 675 is a Computerized Crotch Rocket on 9 November, 2011 at 05:13 In the world of four-cylinder superbikes, MV Agusta is arguably the most aspirational of aspirational brands, yet still manages to be pretty attainable. But not everyone wants or needs four-cylinders or almost 200 horsepower in a motorcycle. Some folks just want something that’s a bit lighter and a bit less intimidating, but is still a blast to ride. Now MV Agusta is ready to cater to those types of buyers with its first modern triple, the all new F3 675 . But the three-cylinder engine under the tank isn’t the only noteworthy feature of this bike. There’s also a sizable suite of electronics ...

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MV Agusta F4S – Serie Oro

Rubric: Agusta | 11 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on MV Agusta F4S – Serie Oro
MV Agusta F4S – Serie Oro

MV Agusta F4S Serie Oro (January 2002) You’d have to say that the headliner bike of 1999 was MV Agusta’s F4S, and the reason was largely because it became the style leader for an international industry Without question it was the most beautiful motorcycle to come out of Italy (and arguably anywhere) since the launch of the Ducati 916 some four years earlier. The common thread between those two bikes? Well there were many, but the prime mover was legendary designer Massimo Tamburini – responsible for both machines. His philosophy on how to go about creating such a mobile work of art was perhaps deceptively simple. In a 1999 interview he said, The aesthetics is the logical ...

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