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What Happened to Cagiva?

The Cagiva company has had a long and storied history. They even owned the Ducati and Husqvarna brands before. Where are they now? Cagiva....

MV Agusta Finds Funding for the Next Five Years

MV Agusta brand announced securing funding for the next five years. The news also brought shake-ups in the company’s management. The manufacturer is...

Moto2: MV Agusta Cancels 2019 Moto2 Contract with Romano Fenati

Giovanni Castiglioni has announced that we will stop Romano Fenati’s contract with MV Agusta for the 2019 Moto2 Championship. Fenati caused an uproar...

MV Agusta RVS #1 – The Manufacturer’s First Saviour

The MV Agusta RVS #1 marks the Italian firm’s very first bike of the “Special Vehicles Department” program. One bike commissioned to one specific owner...

MV Agusta RVS Program makes Worldwide Video Debut

Another video of the MV Agusta RVS program has been revealed to the world yesterday showcasing a very dark looking and fully customised Brutale...

New MV Agusta RVS Teaser released – Is this the new...

MV Agusta has released a new trailer showcasing a brand new bike lurking in the dark with the letter “RVS” milled into an aluminium...

New MV Agusta Bike for 2017, Two More Next Year

Three new models planned for the next two years One big possibility is a four-cylinder 1,200cc Brutale What seemed like a repeated journey into...

MV Agusta getting recapitalised by Black Ocean

MV Agusta secures major financial deal with Russian investment firm Black Ocean. Just when you thought it was about to go under, MV Agusta has...

MV Agusta under Police Investigation for Social Security Funds Misuse

MV Agusta in Hot Water for Allegedly Misusing Employees' Pension Funds Italy’s law enforcement agency under the authority of Ministry of Finance and Economy, Guardia...

Has MV Agusta recovered?

Has MV Agusta recovered from its reported mounting financial crisis? After the recent debut of its one-off collaboration with Zagato called the F4Z, it was...