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Video: MV Agusta Brutale 675 onboard

The Triumph Street Triple is the UK’s favourite middleweight naked and increasingly the choice of bike for riders looking for performance and handling without the discomfort and commitment of a pure supersport middleweight. But MV Agusta’s new ‘entry level’ Brutale 675, also a triple, represents stiff competition for the ageing Triumph. Do we have a new class leader with the Brutale? Read...

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2smoke

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2smoke says:

Sounds good...

Engine sounds nice once it really starts spinning.....

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snev

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snev says:

this knee down thing....

if you really are trying then it probably makes sense but god you look a proper tool when your not.

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

They could probably have made it cheaper if they hadn't bothered with all the electrical gizmo's that most people will never touch anyway. After all, this is the naked commuter with slight sporting pretensions. If you are performance orientated, buy the fully faired version which justifies all the fancy bells and whistles.

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davebuust

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davebuust says:

this knee down thing...

I'm sure Bruce Dunn, who's raced in a 250cc GP, needs advice on how not to look like a 'proper tool' on a motorcycle. So come on Bruce, try harder, even if YOU'RE wearing jeans.

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snev

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snev says:

exactly...as davebuust says...

Mr Dunn, Knee down on the track is good, But you're a good foot from the deck in this video and with the helmet covering your famous face i'm afraid , you do look a bit of a Tool TBH. Nice bike though.

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