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2004 MV Agusta Motorcycle Range

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MV Agusta F4 Ago
MV Agusta F4 SPR1
MV Agusta F4 1000
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Brutale | F4 AGO | F4 SPR | F4 1000 | F4 1+1

MV AGUSTA: CONTEMPORARY MOTORCYCLE ART

Moulding matter with the force of passion. By means of this philosophy, MV AGUSTA creates its models following a commitment that starts from expert craftsmanship and materializes into the rational language of standardization. For these reasons, the MV AGUSTA F4 and Brutale behold a different and unreachable beauty where the richness of contents reveal both the complexity of a product carefully handmade and the rational execution necessary for mass production.

The consequent expressive value that results is close to a work of art that finds its contemporary presence in the technology adopted and in its destination. The analogy with the artistic world lives on strong and distinguishing characters that define its style.Technical and aesthetic details that appear as a continuous euphoria of inventions and evolutions capable of creating a balanced synthesis between form and content.An interweaving of metals and polymers that express a deep sentimental value: our passion.

MV AGUSTA:THE HISTORY OF A RED AND SILVER ITALY

MV AGUSTA was born during the postwar reconstruction period.Founded the 12 th of February 1945, it actually initially produced and commercialized the first fifty units in 1946 riding the wave of an era that will mark the conquest of individual mobility.To give an image and value to its production, MV AGUSTA launched its challenge in competition terrain, adopting a philosophy which soon became a commercial slogan:"Racing experience at the service of mass production."

Three years after the birth of the World Championship, S. Sandford conquered (1952) the Title in the 125 category and, in parallel, marked the beginning of an era characterized by the crushing domination of MV AGUSTA motorcycles. For over 20 years, the red and silver fairings identified motorcycles capable of making a legend of all those who were priviledged enough to grasp its handlebars. Amongst these apart from Giacomo Agostini, whom alone conquered 14 of the 37 World Titles, the passionate fans were enthusiastic about the exploits by Surtess, Hocking, Hailwood, Read, Ubbiali and Provini, all riders that contributed with their results to the record of 270 gran prix wins by MV AGUSTA.

During this unforgettable competitive period, the most indelible wins were those conquered in the top class, the 500. Dressed in red and silver, these invincible "war machines" took the hearts of all fans sensitive to the esoteric charm of the inline four cyclinder.An engine endowed with an extraordinary force largely underlined by the four megaphone-like exhausts, responsible for an unforgettable and terrifying roar. Distinguishing features that could not remain an exclusive heritage of the fortunate witnesses of that unforgettable era.

FROM CASCINA COSTA TO SCHIRANNA

Since 1980, the year MV AGUSTA activity ended at Cascina Costa (VA), the most noble brand in motorcycle history lived its immortality through memories of the 75 World Titles (38 riders championships and 37 constructors championships) conquered by Sandford, Surtess, Hocking, Hailwood, Read, Ubbiali, Provini and obviously Agostini.

However, the 15 th of September 1997 the biographies of MV AGUSTA's history were re-opened to give space for breaking news: the F4 Serie Oro was born. Coherent with its past the new MV AGUSTA, produced in the Schiranna (VA) factory, appeared as a sculpture modelled around an extraordinary inline four cylinder, precious in shape and equally as esoteric as its predecessor.The new creation appeared immediately like a synthesis of the sports motorcycle. A concept that after five years no competitor has yet been able to surpass.

THE MV AGUSTA 2004 COLLECTION

  • MV AGUSTA F4 1000 TAMBURINI
  • MV AGUSTA F4 1000 S/1+1
  • MV AGUSTA F4 750 AGO
  • MV AGUSTA F4 750 SPR
  • MV AGUSTA F4 750 S/1+1
  • MV AGUSTA BRUTALE SERIE ORO
  • MV AGUSTA BRUTALE S