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40-Day Motorcycle Ride for Breast Cancer Groups

Fri, 17 Jun 2011

Charlotte, N.C., writer and motorcycle adventurer Tamela Rich is heading out on a cross-country ride to raise money for breast cancer causes. Along her tour, Rich will meet with breast cancer survivors and interview them for her upcoming book, “Live Full Throttle: What You Can Learn About Life From Women Who’ve Faced Cancer”. This will be Rich’s second tour across the country.

848 Challenge rider profiles

Wed, 27 Apr 2011

The 2011 Ducati 848 Challenge is packed full of talent. Here are the riders who'll be pushing their 848 EVOs to the limit during the 8-round championship. Mark Andrew #22 Age 28 Hometown: Lincoln Occupation: Car Dealer Team Name: TBC Career History ·         started racing 1990 ·         Age 8 – sand racing, Mablethorpe ·         Age 16 – champion, Mablethorpe ·         Age 17 – Aprilia superteens ·         Age 18 – CB500 Cup competitor ·         Age 19 - 28 – British Superstock competitor ·         Age 28 – Thundersport Streetfighter A, 3rd in championship Aaron Brown #81 Age 27 Hometown: Nuneaton Occupation: Builder Website:  Team Name: T.B.C.

New: Suomy MV Agusta Pista helmet

Sun, 01 Aug 2010

When the Massimo Tamburini-designed MV Agusta F4 was unveiled the world was enamoured with a beautiful piece of motorcycle art. Now Suomy has been inspired to incorporate the fairing design of the F4 into their helmet. The exclusive MV collaboration has been put on to the Spec 1R helmet from Suomy, so it includes an advanced airflow system and a D-ring helmet strap.

Is this the new MV Agusta 600?

Mon, 19 Apr 2010

NO, IT'S NOT but we thought you'd like a shufti at this: a 1968 MV 600 4. Looking more BMW than MV Agusta, the forty-two-year-old 600 features a gorgeous sandcast DOHC inline four engine, shaft drive, cable-operated front disc brakes and some rather bizarre styling. Weird, eh?

2010 MV Agusta F4 1000 joins the Spyder Club

Mon, 29 Mar 2010

THE 2010 MV Agusta F4 1000 will join Spyder Club's fleet at the beginning of next month, just in time for the company's upcoming open days on 10th and 11th April. Join a limited  number of guests and members at Spyder Club, Donington Park for the Club's open day, starting with a visit to the Grand Prix Museum followed by lunch. The afternoon will be spent riding the Spyder Club fleet and other guest bikes.  Anyone wishing to join Spyder Club on the day will receive a 10% discount and their admission fee of £30 back.For further information or to book please email Spyder Club or telephone 01332 850 344.

1974: Onboard an MV racer with Phil Read

Fri, 19 Feb 2010

ANOTHER CRACKING BIT of vintage racing footage, this time featuring multiple motorcycle world champion Phil Read on the awesome-sounding MV Agusta 500-4.The footage is from the 1974 movie 'The Iron Horse' made by Frenchman Pierre-William Glenn.Read’s 1974 500cc World Championship victory was the last year a four-stroke won the world title before the advent of the MotoGP class in 2002. Giacomo Agostini won the crown from Yamaha in 1975, followed by Suzuki-mounted Barry Sheene in '76 and '77. The footage is bloody good, considering the camera technology of the day.

Live from the launch of the 2010 MV Agusta F4 1000?

Thu, 11 Feb 2010

Evening All, Whit here, live from the launch of the 2010 MV Agusta F4 1000 - a 186bhp 998cc inline-four, with a revised chassis and electronics package, including an eight-stage traction control system. Although the bike looks almost the same as previous incarnations, MV say the F4's different from the ground up. With specs like that it should be well impressive.

Top Motorcycle News of 2009

Thu, 31 Dec 2009

The year is coming to a close so let’s take a look back at the top stories of 2009 in the world of motorcycles after the jump. Buell Motorcycles Shut Down Harley-Davidson made the shocking announcement Oct. 15 it would discontinue Buell Motorcycles.

2010 MV Agusta Brutale 990R and 1090RR First Impressions

Wed, 30 Sep 2009

MV Agusta has revealed the latest iterations of its Brutale naked sportbikes. Although looking much like the previous 989R and 1078RR, these new editions have been full overhauled with revisions to their four-cylinder engines and significant chassis tweaks. Both versions use a lighter engine crankcase than before, and both have names that suggest a displacement different than what is actually under the tank.

MV Agusta F4CC

Tue, 24 Mar 2009

Developed by heavyweight designer Massimo Tamburini and Claudio Castiglioni, the director of MV Augusta, the F4CC will be the most expensive and limited sportbikes made so far. Parts for the bike will be 90% hand crafted out of titanium and carbon fiber, only 100 vehicles will be produced which will feature a 200 hp, 1078 cc engine with a top speed of 195 mph and a Curb weight of 412 lbs. For 100,000 Euro (about $135,00 US), if you order now, not only will you get the bike of your dreams but they will also throw in a Girard-Perregaux Swiss watch and a limited edition leather jacket by Italian fashion house Trussardi, operators are standing by… Source