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Check out the MV Agusta Enduro Veloce

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MV Agusta, the renowned Italian motorcycle manufacturer, has recently unveiled its latest adventure bike—the MV Agusta Enduro Veloce. This exciting addition to the MV Agusta lineup combines stunning aesthetics, exceptional craftsmanship, and impressive performance. Let’s dive into the details of this remarkable machine.

The Genesis of the Enduro Veloce

The Enduro Veloce was born out of a collaboration between Italian and Austrian engineers. MV Agusta had been teasing the world with talk of a new adventure bike for several years, but uncertainty about funding and a clear path to success left enthusiasts wondering if it would ever materialize. However, Pierer Mobility, an Austrian company, stepped in to breathe new life into MV Agusta. They took control of the brand earlier than planned and moved ahead with the project, rebranding it as the Enduro Veloce—a fitting name for a fast enduro motorcycle.

Aesthetic Excellence

When you lay eyes on the Enduro Veloce, its beauty and attention to detail immediately captivate you. Sporting the traditional Ago red and silver paint (a nod to Giacomo Agostini), the bike is instantly recognizable as an MV Agusta. The craftsmanship is impeccable, and every curve exudes elegance. Despite its off-road-oriented 21/18-inch front and rear wheel configuration, the thought of taking this beauty on an adventure ride seems almost sacrilegious.

Performance and Features

Engine: The Enduro Veloce is powered by a 798cc, three cylinder, 4 stroke, 12 valve DOHC engine that produces 124 hp and 102 Nm of torque. This is mated to a 6-speed transmission. While it may not be the most powerful in its class, it compensates with superb handling and braking.

Lucky Explorer Heritage: The bike’s history includes earlier naming conventions like the LXP, which featured a 931cc or 550cc motor. The LXP Orioli (the 9.5 Lucky Explorer) is currently available in limited numbers, adorned with Lucky Explorer paint livery and signed by four-time Dakar winner Edi Orioli.

Global Press Intro: The Enduro Veloce made its debut in Cagliari, Italy, on the island of Sardinia. Enthusiasts from both Italy and Austria worked together to create a machine that reflects their shared passion for motorcycles.

Availability and Pricing

The Enduro Veloce will be available at dealerships by early June. MV Agusta has stated that production won’t be limited, but quality remains a priority. As for the price, be prepared to invest—it starts at $21,998.