More Photos and Details of the MV Agusta RVS #1

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Yesterday we showed you the MV Agusta RVS #1, the first creation from the Italian marque’s Reparto Veicoli Speciali program, which is making limited run machines out of MV Agusta models.

Reparto Veicoli Speciali comes straight out of the Castiglioni Research Center, MV Agusta’s design studio, and this division will focus solely on making dedicated bikes for special customers. One bike, one customer, is the premise.

The RVS #1 might bear familiar lines to the MV Agusta Brutale 800, but this machine is hand-built and features the most powerful three-cylinder engine in MV Agusta’s lineup, with 150 hp coming from the 350 lbs (and Euro IV compliant) machine.

It’s not clear if those figures include the use of the supplied SC-Project titanium race exhaust or not, but the MV Agusta RSV #1 is still an intriguing machine. The fuel tank includes titanium plates, mounted within the tank, while the seat is stitched together with a honeycomb design.

Other CRC designed components includes the dashboard support, rearsets, engine protectors, and handlebars – with specific clutch and braking systems incorporating Braking’s Sunstar Batfly’s brake discs. Lastly, there are custom Kineo spoke wheels, which are mounted with Pirelli MT 60 RS tires.

The adaptable front headlight uses an integrated inertial system, which illuminated the individual LED bulbs based on lean angle and velocity. 

Each bike is made bespoke to its owner’s wishes, so interested parties should contact their MV Agusta dealership to arrange an RVS machine.

Source: MV Agusta