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MV Agusta Corse Shows Off Carbon F4 at EICMA

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For a company with only a handful of models in its 2010 line of motorcycles, MV Agusta sure did take up a large plot of land at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy this last week. To help promote and show-off the MV Agusta Corse line of aftermarket and racing parts, MV put together this sinister looking carbon fiber F4. Photos and more after the jump.

Clad in a matte carbon finish, the F4 looks more like something Batman would ride through Gotham City, than around a track like Mugello. Still, with its covered headlight, and racing exhaust its clear MV Agusta Corse intends this bike to be a track-only ride.

Overall the bike looks stunning, and we especially liked the raised bevel of the MV Agusta Corse name on the side of the front fairings. Nice touch. The bike is meant to showcase the extenisve Corse line of aftermarket and race compenents that MV Agusta has developed in house. No word on how much a setup like this would cost you, but we’d imagine it’d be more than a few euros.







Photos: © 2009 Asphalt & Rubber







Jensen Beeler

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