MV Agusta has proved it yet again! The motorcycle maker has again bagged the sought after “Most Beautiful Bike” honor at the EICMA 2012 bike show with its most up-to-date idea, the Rivale 800.
Motocyclismo, the Italian motorcycling publication, honored the MV Agusta Rivale 800 as the most striking motorcycle after it hit back its other grave candidates comprising the BMW R 1200 GS as well as the Ducati HyperMotard SP.
MV Agusta pocketed the similar coveted honour with the F3 675 back in the year 2010.
As per president and chief executive officer of MV Agusta, Giovanni Castiglioni stated of winning the title, “”For us, it is a additional gratitude and verification of how much power and resources MV Agusta is committing to the unvarying progress of novel products.”
The honour was delivered after a survey was carried out of more than 15,000 visitants to the show in Milan, Italy.
In the year 2011, this prize was bagged by the Ducati 1198 Panigale.
Mr. Castiglioni also stated, “After pocketing in the year 2010 with the distinctive gemstone produced by my father, the F3 675, it is an unbelievable contentment to triumph yet again with a completely novel machine. This triumph is the greatest present we could give to our President.”
The Rivale 800 bags light-emitting diode headlights and hand defenders, which boast incorporated turn signals and also hold foldable back view mirrors. It is catered by an 800 cubic centimeter engine, which offers up 125 PS of power and 11600 revolutions per minute.
Added best parts of the bike comprise Sachs and Marzocchi suspension, 320 millimeter discs and 4 piston radial calipers at the front and a 220 millimeter disc coupled to double piston caliper at the rear courtesy of Brembo.
The MV Agusta Rivale 800 will be obtainable by the last half of the coming year (2013).