MV Agusta’s first time at Fuoriconcorso, motorcycling aristocracy’s bash on lake Como

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On May 21 and 22, Schiranna’s Superveloce Ago and Brutale 1000 RR will be on display at Villa Sucota.

With its 75 year of industrial and racing history, MV Agusta stands for the quintessential Italian genius for engines and design. Today, the winged gearwheel brand is an icon of unrivalled elegance and a synonym with speed and cutting-edge technology.  For the two-wheels enthusiasts, it embodies the idea of a racing aristocracy and Italy’s unique knack for designing and building superlative motorcycles. From production models to limited editions, to one-offs entirely custom-built for clients, every single MV Agusta bike is a shining example of “Motorcycle Art”.

On May 21st and 22nd, two of MV Agusta’s latest models will be on display at Villa Sucota in Como: Superveloce Ago, with its classic yet incredibly modern lines, and Brutale 1000 RR, with its naked and aggressive beauty, able to express awe-inspiring power. Visitors will also have the opportunity to watch MV Agusta’s feature-length documentary film, “You See a Bike”, celebrating the company’s 75th anniversary. 8 exceptional testimonials tell their side of the MV Agusta story, from an unexpected and most personal perspective.

A poignant and engaging account of one of the most exceptional tales of the modern industrial age and of the motorcycling world. For more information, visit www.fuoriconcorso.org.

Source: MV Agusta

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