MV Agusta sells Superveloce Ago for charity

MV Agusta announced that it will offer one special motorcycle for sale at the upcoming Speed ​​Festival in Goodwood, UK.

The motorcycle in question is Superveloce 800 Ago, a special edition dedicated to the legend of motorsport, Giacomo Agostini. All proceeds from the sale will go to the UNICEF fund to help children in Ukraine.

Agostini, who recently turned 80, won 122 Grand Prix in his career, and over 100 for MV Agusta, for which he competed from 1964 to 1976 (except in 1974 and 1975, when he was a member of Yamaha).

The Italian is considered a sports legend and the most successful grand runner of all time.

As part of all the achievements for the Italian brand, MV Agusta launched a special edition of its Superveloce motorcycle in 2021, named after Agostini.

It was officially launched last year and is reminiscent in style of old runners from the 500cc class. The first 15 copies are dedicated to Agostini’s 15 titles, while the total number of models made is 311 – according to the number of races that the Italian won during his entire career.

The future owner is expected to pay for it in between 80,000 and 115,000 euros.

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