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    MV Agusta Perfezionata: Tamburini Corse T1 'perfects what already seems perfect'

    Tamburini Corse T1 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Massimo Tamburini may have retired from his post as the head of Centro Ricerche Cagiva (CRC, a subsidiary of Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta) in December of 2008, but that hasn't stopped brand-new and exquisitely designed ...

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    Officially Official: MV Agusta launches 2010 F4 superbike

    2010 MV Agusta F4 - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Here it is. Motorcycle fans the world over have been waiting for the release of the 2010 F4 superbike ever since the new Brutale was unveiled last month, but MV Agusta somehow managed to keep a lid mostly on its range-topper until its ...

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    MV Agusta teases new F4, details leak out ahead of EICMA

    Shortly after showing off its new 2010 Brutale naked streetfighter, iconic Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta will unveil its range-topping F4 sportbike at the EICMA motorcycle show. MV let loose one teaser image early last month, but details are just now starting to leak out about the ...

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    Harley-Davidson kills off Buell, will sell stake in MV Agusta [w/VIDEO]

    Erik Buell announces demise of his motorcycle brand - watch video after the jump
    Harley-Davidson has just announced its third-quarter results, and things aren't quite as bad as they could have been... but we'll get to that in a moment. The big bombshell is that the Buell brand is being ...

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    Risky Business: MV Agusta updates Brutale line for 2010 [w/VIDEO]

    2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090RR - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Updating an icon is always a risky proposition. It's hard to believe that it has been nearly a decade since the MV Agusta Brutale burst onto the scene, but a quick check confirms that the naked Italian was first introduced ...

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    Harley-Davidson names Keith E. Wandell President and CEO

    Harley-Davidson Nightster - Click above for a high-res image gallery
    Keith Wandell has been named Harley-Davidson's new President and CEO, taking the place of James Ziemer. Wendell joins The Motor Company by way of fellow Milwaukee-based automotive supplier Johnson Controls, where he'll remain in ...

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    Harley-Davidson and MV Agusta sign acquisition deal

    Last month we brought you confirmation of Harley-Davidson's impending take-over of the MV Agusta Group in a deal valued at $109 million. The two parties have now signed the deal, leaving only regulatory approval to proceed with the acquisition. Although MV Agusta built nearly 6,000 motorcycles in ...

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    Officially Official: Harley-Davidson purchases MV Agusta, Cagiva

    Click above for high-res gallery of the H-D Night Rod SpecialEarlier rumors of an impending purchase by Harley-Davidson of Italian bike maker MV Agusta turned out to be spot-on, as the American Motor Company has officially announced the deal today. The total price for MV, which also owns Cagiva, is ...

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    MV Agusta scores Batman placement, will give away F4 superbike

    It seems that motorcycle manufacturers are finally starting to see the value in product placement, as big budget films like Indiana Jones 4 and the upcoming Transformers sequel can attest. While the Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta has been making noise as it searches for a new owner, it has also ...

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    Harley-Davidson newest MV Agusta suitor?

    Click above for high-res gallery of the H-D Night Rod SpecialFirst we heard ruminations that India's Tata Motors was considering a purchase of Italian bike manufacturer MV Agusta, followed shortly thereafter by similar rumors regarding Mahindra, another huge Indian automaker. The latest company ...

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    Mahindra joins Tata as interested party to purchase MV Agusta?

    Click on the image above for pictures of the Brutale 910 R Tata Motors, rumored to have been interested in purchasing a large chunk of Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta, could have some competition. Another large Indian conglomerate, Mahindra & Mahindra may now be interested in a controlling ...

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    Rumormill: Tata looking to buy stake in MV Agusta

    Click on the image above for pictures of the Brutale 910 R Volkswagen may not be the only auto manufacturer interesting in a storied Italian motorcycle maker. Hot on the heels of its purchase of Jaguar and Land Rover, rumors are swirling that Tata may be considering purchasing a stake in MV Agusta. ...

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    MV Agusta and Citroen reveal C2 1587 Brutale

    Click on the image to view more high-res shotsWe've grown rather accustomed to seeing special-edition MV Agusta Brutales, but this is the first time that one has featured four wheels. MV Agusta and Citroën have teamed up to produce a two-door hatchback show car called the C2 1587 Brutale. The ...

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    "Twist the Throttle" motorcycle documentary series launches online

    Over the weekend, Dylan Weiss from Cry Havoc Productions, Inc. let us know that his latest motorcycle-specific documentary went live at Discovery's Turbo online site. We've spent some time watching the footage, and we think it's awesome. Focusing in on Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, BMW, Ducati, ...

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    MV Agusta is offering limited edition versions of the Brutale 910 R

    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 ...

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    First 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 ...

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    MV Agusta and Benelli developing middleweight triples of their own?

    Back when Triumph first released a middleweight sportbike, it aimed right at the heart of the market that was (and is) dominated by the Japanese four-cylinder models. After that initial failed attempt, Triumph chose to shake things up with its Daytona 675, which had one less cylinder and a bit ...

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    Proton sells controlling stake in MV Agusta for one dollar

    It may sound a bit like a lowball bid from the Price Is Right, but automaker Proton has sold its 57.7 percent stake in Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta for the princely sum of one euro (about $1.18 USD). It isn't that the Malaysian concern was just feeling particularly generous... far from ...


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