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Steve Hunt  says:

MV Dragster 800 caught ‘in the wild’

Last week the marketing department at MV Agusta released thefirst official teaser video of the new Dragster 800, accompanied by the tag line ‘Adrenaline Addicts Only’. Showing only blurred glances and fast cuts of the metal - in-between scenery shots and rider close-ups - it would have been tricky for any viewer to form an opinion either way...

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Aug 13

Posts: 18

Aki800 says:


I'm not sure if i like the stubby back end or not, unfortunately its ruined by the fact you still have to mount a numberplate and indicators somewhere? In all likelyhood how often do we carry a pillion? those that do regularly, don't look to buy these sorts of bikes anyway. As for the practicalities of that rear mud guard thing in the rain, i'll bet its more practical than pretty much every other modern bike out there that people have fitted a tail tidy to?, All my bikes be that sports or naked, as soon as I removed that huge ugly numberplate hanger I end up with a wet neck, but then i'm a self confessed fair weather rider, so its not a huge issue for me and nor will it be for the majority of people who will buy this bike.

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