2011 MV Agusta F3 Revealed

2011 MV Agusta F3 Revealed
2011 MV Agusta F3

The MV Agusta F3 revealed was started in the post of World War II reconstruction period in 1945. From Cascina Costa, Italy, near Milan, two bothers started company as Agusta for manufacture inexpensive transportation. Then the motorcycle company entered in to the Grand Prix racing world and in 1980 MV Agusta would have 75 World Titles including 38 rider championships and 37 constructor championships.

During the 1970s, MV Agusta cut down on hard times and stopped production in 1980. In 1991, Cagiva acquired the dormant MV Agusta name and by 1997 a new linage of MV Agusta motorcycles were released, starting with the legendary F4 Serie Oro that featured a 750cc inline four. Then Harley-Davidson would buy MV Agusta during the year 2008 at $109 million. However, after some reformation in management, the Motor Company decided to deprive its interest in the exotic company in October 2009.

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