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How tiny MV Agusta threw down a challenge to big boys

Andy Downes, 30 December 2011 15:00

MV claim their new F3 will take the supersport class by storm, thanks to its high power, light weight and sophisticated electronics. But how can a company with a fraction of the staff and investment of the major players manage to build a class-leading bike for competitive money? MCN’s visit to MV’s Italian factory reinforced just what an achievement this ...

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Revealed: The secrets behind MV Agusta's F3

Andy Downes, 15 December 2011 13:04

MV Agusta’s all-new three-cylinder F3 is days away from going into full production and looks set to rewrite the class rules as it takes on supersport all-comers with more power, lower weight and more advanced electronics. MCN gained exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the key engineers to discover out how a tiny company like MV Agusta made a bike that looks ...

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MV reveals finished Brutale 675 - £7999 in the UK

Andy Downes, 04 November 2011 14:51

MV Agusta has officially taken the wraps off the Brutale 675 for the first time with the Triumph Street Triple rival confirmed as being priced at £7999 in the UK. The Brutale shares the same basic inline three-cylinder 675cc engine with the F3 but in this naked bike version it has been retuned for 115bhp at 12,500rpm. Despite being the ...

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MV Agusta’s Triumph Street Triple killer spied

Andy Downes, 01 September 2011 12:06

MV Agusta's all-new 675cc Brutale has been spied testing for the first time. The bike is a naked version of MV’s F3 675cc inline triple sportsbike, and will rival Triumph's big-selling Street Triple R. Bosses at the iconic Italian firm have also revealed they are planning an 800cc inline three-cylinder version of the Brutale, an 800cc sportsbike, a 675 road-going ...

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Staff bikes: MV Agusta Brutale 920 - That’s it run-in then!

Andy Downes, 05 May 2011 13:07

Last year I arranged with the factory on a recent visit that MV Agusta would supply MCN with one of the new 920cc Brutales as a long term test bike. The plan was for an MCN person to fly out to the Varese factory, watch a load of identical bikes being built on the production lines before saddling up and ...

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MV Agusta F3 set to reinvent supersport class

Andy Downes, 15 April 2011 15:52

Two of the men behind the all-new MV Agusta F3 are months away from finishing work on the bike and reckon it can radically shake-up the supersport class thanks to a powerful three-cylinder engine, advanced electronics and low weight. MCN was granted exclusive access to the MV Agusta Research and Development team at the Varese factory last week where Technical ...

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"MV Agusta F3 should double sales"

Andy Downes, 25 February 2011 17:11

MV Agusta boss Giovanni Castiglioni's main priority is the new three-cylinder MV Agusta F3 675cc supersports bike, which he says is already ahead of schedule. The first bikes will go into full production in September, with the first 200 being Serie Oro (Gold Series) bikes that will be collector models and much more expensive than the standard machines. Castiglioni said: "At ...

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MV Agusta F3 official pictures

Andy Downes, 20 September 2010 10:09

Newly resurgent Italian manufacturer MV Agusta has officially shown what looks like a completely finished version of the new 675cc three-cylinder F3 sportsbike. Find an MV Agusta for sale This is the bike MV is hoping can take on the class-leading Triumph Daytona 675. MV Agusta was bought back from Harley-Davidson by previous owner Claudio Castiglioni just last month and ...

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