MV Agusta has let loose the official specs and pricing for its F3 800 Ago, the decked-out trackday bike dedicated to ex-MV Agusta rider and 15-time World Motorcycle Champion Giacomo Agostini. Starting with its F3 800 triple, the Ago adds uprated electronics including an eight-setting traction control that can also be turned off entirely. The Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System allows the pilot to adjust the relationship between throttle twist and opening, Bosch ABS with race mode controls the Brembo brakes with the assistance of MV Agusta's rear-wheel lift-up mitigation system that works to keep the back end planted when the front stoppers are hard at work.

A carbon fiber fairing and forged aluminum wheels help shave nearly five pounds off the weight of the standard F3 800, and a price of 22,990 euros ($31,645) - more than double the $15,798 of the standard F3 800 - will lighten your bank account. Act quickly if this is your game, because the company is only making 300 of them, to go on sale next month. Each will be signed by Giacomo himself and will be accompanied by a plaque on the yoke and a certificate of authenticity, and come in that tricolore paint job to let the world know who you ride for.

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      I always wondered how streetable these things were without a kickstand or center stand….I guess you just drive them to and from the garage. You have to sit on them at the gas station when you fill up….hmmmm….gas into tank on top of hot engine….yeah.