MV Agusta (Meccanica Verghera Agusta) was born from an offshoot of the Costruzioni Aeronautiche Giovanni Agusta SA , founded in 1919 by Count Giovanni Agusta, who started producing road and racing motorcycles in 1945.
It is above all in racing that it has gained popularity, thanks to a total of 75 world titles, among manufacturers and riders, won between 1952 and 1974. The first Agusta Moto engine is a small 98 cc two-stroke engine, designed in 1943, but born only after the end of the war.
MV Agusta was officially born on February 12, 1945 and in the 1960s the first mass-produced maximoto with a four-cylinder engine arrived. Production stopped abruptly at the end of the 1970s, due to heavy competition from Japanese manufacturers, but MV was reborn in 1992, when the brand was taken over by Cagiva with the intention of bringing it back to a high level.
However, financial difficulties do not allow Cagiva to bring a new Agusta motorcycle to series production, until 2004, thanks to the investment of the Malaysian Proton. The subsequent further difficulties slowed down the production of the expected sports bikes again, until 2008, when the brand was taken over by the American Harley-Davidson . An adventure that lasted only a year, because in 2009 the MV is round of Cagiva. We have seat covers for MV Agusta motorcycles , including theUltra GripandComfort-Systemmodels. Here are the models: