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2014 Mv Agusta Brutale 675 Eas Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $11,498.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Gray
Location:

Yorktown, Virginia, US

Yorktown, VA, US
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MV Agusta Brutale photos

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MV Agusta Brutale tech info

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MV Agusta Brutale description

2014 MV Agusta Brutale 675 EAS, With the introduction of the Brutale line, MV Agusta has created the reference point of the large displacement naked category offering a product with a truly unique desing and superbike level performance.Today, the Brutale family is about to grow with the introduction of a completely new model that is destined to become the reference in the middle-weight category. The Brutale 675 is born, a bike that pays tribute to the advant guard styling of the original Brutale and offering performance never before available in this market segment.The incredibly refined mechanical design has been matched with an ultratechnological chassis makes the new Brutale 675 a guaranteed success.Electronically Assisted Shift version.

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Did Metallica Ask MV Agusta to Remove “Enter Sandman” from Dragster Teaser Video?

Wed, 22 Jan 2014

Earlier this week, MV Agusta released a video teasing its upcoming Dragster 800 model that prominently featured the familiar introduction to Metallica‘s 1991 hit “Enter Sandman“. That original video is no longer available on YouTube, replaced by a new version with a more generic heavy metal soundtrack. It looks like MV Agusta did not secure the license to use “Enter Sandman” in the video, forcing the company to replace the original video with new,  and likely license-free, music.

A masterful display by Shakey and might we see MV Agusta at the TT next year?

Tue, 16 Oct 2012

I was interested to see none other than William Dunlop doing some shakedown testing on a very nice MV 675 F3 at Donington recently. The bike appeared failry standard  but sounded sweet and looked pretty rapid out on track. Ohlins technician Richard Brendish was gathering information and helping with set up but reckons no definite decision has been made on where we might see MVs racing next year.   Back to sensible riding and after dropping in for a brew at Shires Motorcycle Training (Derby) the lovely Emily was telling me if your thinking about taking your bike test (especially if you’re 17) it’s not a bad idea to get it done now.

Massimo Tamburini: 1943 – 2014

Mon, 07 Apr 2014

Massimo Tamburini, creator of some of the industry’s most iconic motorcycle designs, has succumbed to lung cancer at the age of 70. Tamburini was diagnosed with the disease last November and underwent chemotherapy treatment but passed away April 6. Earning renown for designing motorcycles such as the Ducati 916 and the MV Agusta F4, Tamburini’s name will be forever linked with those two companies, as well as Cagiva and helped found Bimota (Tamburini is the “Ta” in the company’s name.) Massimo Tamburini (right) with another late motorcycle industry icon, Claudio Castiglioni.