The legend called MV Agusta “Meccanica Verghera Agusta“ was born in the factory of the count Domenico Agusta. The factory is and has been focused on aircraft production. In 1946 the factory introduced their first two-cycle motorcycle 98 Turismo followed by the model Bicilindrica 125 a year later. This launched the first attempts to succeed in motorcycling on both the road and the in the rough terrain. Between 1950 and 1976 MV Agusta scored 37 world championship titles and 273 Grand Prix victories. In 1980 MV became a part of the Cagiva group and ceased to exist. Seventeen long years later Claudio Castiglioni introduced a new motorcycle MV Agusta F4 SERIE ORO, bringing on the resurrection of the famous brand. For more than 20 years, red and silver aerodynamic stripes have symbolized legendary motorcycles for those privileged to understand the bike’s unique power to bring excitement. An outstanding Italian rider Giacomo Agostini won 14 out of 37 world championships. Passionate fans were excited. This was followed by Surtess, Machek, Hailwood, Read, Ubbiali and Provini, all riders whose results contributed to the victory of MV AGUSTA in 270 Grand Prix races. During this unforgettable period MV AGUSTA was most successful in the royal class 500. Clad in red and silver, the unbeatable machines won the hearts of all the fans susceptible to the esoteric magic of the four-cylinder. The enormously powerful engine was enhanced with four exhaust pipes responsible for the unforgettable and scary roar. In 1980 MV AGUSTA ceased its activities in Cascina Costa (VA), having achieved 75 world championship titles (38 rider championships and 37 builder championships). Nevertheless on September 15th 1997 the legend came back to life and MV Agusta went on – a new phenomenon was born: F4 Serie Oro. In harmony with its past the new MV Agusta manufactured in Schiranna (VA) emerged as a perfectly shaped statue, just as esoteric as its predecessor. MV AGUSTA LIVES ON.