Agostini has won 311 Grand Prix races and 15 world titles, making him the most successful rider ever.
With his constant prowess and willingness to tempt fate at every turn, Giacomo Agostini has become a modern-day legend while relentlessly racing for the chequered flag. The bike is a limited edition Superveloce Ago, making it extremely rare. Giacomo Agostini, a former factory racer, was honored with a special edition Superveloce Ago by MV Agusta.
There are only three colors needed for the Superveloce Ago. While Matte Fire Red, Matte SV Ago Magnum Silver, and Matte Ago Yellow accents stand out, they are reminiscent of the front fork’s bold, recognizable gold color. With just 311 being produced, each bike represents one of Ago’s many victories in the racing world.
The 798 cc three-cylinder engine retains all of its technical characteristics, particularly its remarkable supersport capabilities. With a bore and stroke of 79 mm x 54,3 mm, 147 horsepower at 13,000 rpm, and a peak torque of 88 Nm (8.98 kgm) at 10,100 rpm.
Öhlins premium forks and shocks have been installed, giving the bike a fully adjustable suspension setup with 43mm MIX forks at front and a TTX36 shock at the rear. A CNC machined support is also included with the adjustable Öhlins steering damper. The new forged aluminum top triple clamp, with CNC machining on the in top surfaces, is another distinguishing feature of the new Superveloce Ago.
Superveloce Ago was chosen the most attractive motorcycle at the EICMA 2021 show.
Superveloce Ago was up against the likes of the Aprilia Tuareg, Moto Morini X-Cape, and Honda NT1000 in the Motociclismo magazine/Garmin challenge.