Born from the unbridled passion of one man, Claudio Castiglioni, for sports motorbikes and realised by the most ingenious designer of two wheels, Massimo Tamburini, in the autumn of 1997 the world knew the MV Agusta F4.
After twenty years of oblivion, the legendary marque of the racing triumphs of Carlo Ubbiali, Mike Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini came back to life in a 4-cylinder inline-fronted masterpiece, the classic architecture of the glorious "scuola italiana" that was GRB, CNA, OPRA, Rondine, Gilera, Benelli and MV.
With mechanics, chassis and bodywork covered by many patents, dozens of models arrived one after the other, moving the qualitative limit of world motorbike production ever further forward. A legend that, amidst a thousand ups and downs, continues.
Insiders have no doubt: the MV Agusta F4 is still the "most beautiful motorbike in the world": this monograph, the first dedicated to this subject, tells its legendary story.
Mv Agusta F4. La moto più bella del mondo has 240 pages, 400 colour and 47 b/w photos.
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