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AddHarley-Davidson purchases MV Agusta and Cagiva

The rumored purchase of MV Agusta by Harley-Davidson is now official. The total purchase price of $109 million nets HD both Italian sportbike maker MV Agusta as well as its Cagiva brand. While most of the world will be focusing in on MV, and with good reason, we at AutoblogGreen have a particular interest in what the sale could mean for the Cagiva brand. After all, there isn't much fuel savings to be had with MV's line of super-fast sportbikes. Cagiva, on the other hand, specializes in eking the

19Officially Official: Harley-Davidson purchases MV Agusta, Cagiva

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23Harley-Davidson newest MV Agusta suitor?

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3MV Agusta and Citroen reveal C2 1587 Brutale

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1First rendering of the possible MV Agusta Brutale 675

Just a little while ago we learned that MV Agusta was working on a 675cc triple engine to compete in the middleweight sportbike class following the successful formula that Triumph has discovered with its Daytona. What might a Brutale with the possible three-bore engine look like? The photo above is a CG rendering of a possible new model from MV Agusta, which would likely be known as the B3 675 Brutale. This naked bike would compete with the Triumph Street Triple 675, which is the naked version o

AddFriday Humor: How to reduce the fuel consumption of a motorcycle even further

How to further reduce the fuel consumption of a motorcycle:

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