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Something New From MV Agusta

There was a time when MV Agusta was one of the world’s premier motorcycle brands.  Not only did they make fantastic and beautiful motorcycles for street use, but Agusta was also a potent force–and for a time, perhaps the potent force– in motorsports all across the world.  Sadly, in recent years, Agusta has suffered a steep decline from those glory days.  Not only has MV Agusta essentially disappeared from the racing world, the company has essentially produced only two models for the past decade: the F4 sportbike, and the Brutale naked streetfighter.

This appears to be changing.

Earlier this month, the first spy pictures of a brand newMV Agusta 675cc triple sportbike appeared on the UK motorcycle web site Visordown.  Now, Visordown is reporting that they will be revealing a new MV Agusta superbike model in the next few weeks.  This bike will not be an F4 model, but a completely new Superbike-class machine, that is also expected to lead MV Agusta back to participation in WSS or WSBK racing.  Other than that, no one seems to have any idea about what this new superbike model will be.  We don’t even know if it will be a new model that slots in above the F4 in Agusta’s line-up, or if it replaces the F4 as an entirely new model.  All we know is that it’s on the way.

I’m not exactly sure what value MV Agusta brought to Harley-Davidson when the MoCo purchased agusta several months ago.  But it appears that Harley brought MV Agusta the opportunity to expand their decade-old line-up.

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