MV Agusta Superveloce Ago on track

MV Agusta has pulled off the wraps from a new Superveloce that is said to be the most technologically advanced and exclusive model of the series ever. The new motorcycle has been created to pay tribute to Giacomo Agostini, a Bergamo-based rider who has won 15 world championships and been victorious in 311 Grand Prix races.

To celebrate every single one of Giacomo Agostini’s race victories, MV Agusta has handcrafted 311 units, the first 15 of which are dedicated to the 15 world titles won in his spectacular racing career.

Giacomo Agostini on Superveloce Ago

The elegant fuel tank, characterized by an unmistakable racing form thanks to the refined leather strap is offered with a celebratory carbon fibre plate. What’s more, this exclusive plate – available from 01 to 15 units only – has unique graphics carrying both the trophy and the year of the world title won by Agostini.

MV Agusta Superveloce Ago fuel tank cap

The Superveloce Ago is not only a one-of-a-kind bike in terms of styling, but it also features numerous top-level technical components never seen before on the Superveloce range. It has Ohlins suspension components, forged aluminium top triple clamp, the side panels, the fenders, the lower tail section and the passenger seat cover are all made of carbon fibre.

MV Agusta Superveloce Ago exhaust

The new Superveloce Ago features a unique kit, which includes the captivating Arrow 3-exit exhaust system (homologated for road use) which is immediately recognizable by two silencers on the right side and one on the left. The triple exit right-side silencer is fitted as standard.