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Click on the image above for pictures of the Brutale 910 R

We are not the only ones who think that the MV Agusta Brutale is the most beautiful bike sans clothing, with the Italian press fawning all over the frenetic four-cylinder sportbike. While we've not been pleased with every take on improving the near-perfect looks of the Brutale, MV Agusta has started to offer some limited editions of the machine with new color and graphics schemes. MV has recently added the Wally Brutale 910 R to the already announced Brutale Hydrogen. This whole special edition series was started by the Italia edition, which was created to commemorate Italy's win in the last World Cup. There isn't much the Italian company can do to improve on the overall design of the Brutale, but having a few extra choices when it comes to what little clothing is draped over the bike is surely a good thing as far as we're concerned.

Source: MV Agusta via Gizmag]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      NO WAY is this a beginners bike... this thing is ins160anely fast and has an extremely twitchy throttle, she jumps when you crack it open almost every time.. it takes a lot of control on the throttle, and keeping it on the ground the first 2 gears is tough if your not use to it... beware beginners, but have a blast if you know how to ride cuz this thing is a freakin' rocket on wheels, 160 top end isnt too much but getting there is way more fun than doing 180 or better... she is just stupid fast!!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Brutale is stunning but uncomfortable, sort of like Italian cars.

      I test rode one a few years back, and the problem is a very weird riding position. I'm 5'9" and my knees were hitting my forearms and there's no room to move around on the seat. Frickin' fast though.
        • 7 Years Ago
        yes, that is the point, but the italian cars are good, some companies can supply the optional parts or accessories, even some can invite the customer to attend in the design. if the Brutale can, that will be fine
      • 7 Years Ago
      Wally and MV Agusta?

      That is one of those co-branding deals that I can actually get behind. Both companies are small (well, at least the motorcycle side of MV Agusta) and dedicated to making some very high tech stuff.

      For those of you who haven't seen it, Wally makes luxury boats that kick all sorts of ass. Carbon fiber, Darth Vader industrial design and turbine engines:

      http://www.wally.com/jumpch.asp?idChannel=44&idUser=0&attivo=2
      • 7 Years Ago
      Good beginner bike?
      • 7 Years Ago
      to be frank, the bike mentioned still has some wired Japanese style more or less . but the color is cool.