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Staff bikes: MV Agusta Brutale - Brutale turns storm chaser

Andy Downes, 13 October 2011 15:41

The plan was simple enough. The reality turned out to be a tiny bit different thanks to the howling gales that affected the North of England courtesy of Hurricane Katia. It was supposed to be a two-day trip on the MV Agusta Brutale to Moffat in Scotland to stay at the brilliantly biker-friendly Buccleuch Arms Hotel, taking in five National ...

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MV Agusta F3 prices confirmed

Phil West, 11 October 2011 16:36

MV Agusta has just announced the price and availability of its 2012 models including the eagerly awaited new F3 and F3 Brutale. As expected, the F3 sportster – a direct rival for the Triumph 675 Daytona and Daytona R, is priced at £9999 and will become available in February next year. MV has also confirmed the bike will produce 130bhp. ...

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New MV Agusta F4 R to cost £14,499

Dan Aspel, 06 October 2011 16:49

MV Agusta has just released details of the new 2012 F4 R Corsa Corta. A lower cost, lower-spec. alternative to the F4 RR, it will be priced at £14,499. The R’s engine is identical to the 998cc, short-stroke, four-cylinder unit carried by the £17,999 RR, but with a small drop in power from 201bhp to 195bhp. This is due to ...

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New MV Agusta Brutale R 1090 to hit dealerships this month

Dan Aspel, 22 September 2011 15:41

MV Augusta’s new Brutale R 1090 – offering the same capacity as the 1090RR but the budget pricing approach of the 920 – is heading to the UK. Priced at around £12,200, it will appear in UK dealerships by the end of the month. MV Agustas for sale. Powered by the same 144bhp, 1078cc, four-cylinder, radial-valve engine as its higher spec. ...

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A letter from Giovanni Castiglioni

MCN, 08 September 2011 16:36

Below is a letter from Giovanni Castiglioni following the death of his father Claudio Castiglioni, president of MV Agusta, giving insight into the companies recent past and its future.

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MV reveal 675cc triple will spawn new 800

MCN, 05 September 2011 13:19

MV Agusta chief executive Massimo Bordi has revealed that the new 675cc inline three-cylinder motor has been designed from the outset with an 800cc version in mind, with both an 800cc Brutale and sports bike under consideration. The 800cc Brutale is certain to be made, according to Bordi, because MV is anxious to increase its spread of models while chasing ...

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Editor's picks - MV Agusta F4

MCN, 02 September 2011 17:13

Having seen the beautiful new MV Agusta F4RR Corsacorta parked outside the MCN offices, ready to be tested against its key rivals, the class-leading BMW S1000RR and Kawasaki ZX-10R (full test in next week’s MCN, on sale September 7), we were inspired to take a look at the original F4. The spiritual successor to the Ducati 916, the F4 at ...

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New MV F4RR – does it pack the punch?

Richard Mellor, 02 September 2011 16:29

We've just been testing MV’s brand new, and supposedly 201bhp, F4RR Corsacorta against its main rivals on road and at our speed testing track at Bruntingthorpe to which is the fastest. Chief Road Tester Trevor Franklin, Senior Road Tester, Adam Child and guest tester and racer Steve Mercer all rode the new F4RR against the class-leading BMW S1000R and Kawasaki’s ...

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Editor’s picks – MV Agusta Brutale 750

MCN, 01 September 2011 15:20

With the unveiling of MV Agusta’s all-new 675cc Brutale in this week’s issue of MCN (August 31, on sale now), spied testing on the road for the first time, we take a look at the original - the Brutale 750. First seen in 2000, the 750S was launched in 2002 and described by MCN as “arguably the most stunning roadster ...

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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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