MV Agusta set a new world record

Last week, we broke the news that it would MV Agusta try to set a new record.

The intention was to ride the Turismo Veloce motorcycle through 11 countries in just 24 hours. This week, Valerio Bonnie managed to accomplish this difficult endeavor and his name, but also the name of MV Agusta in the record books.

The journey began in Sweden, and Bonnie passed through Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria, to finish at the gate of MV Agusta on the shores of Lake Varese in Italy.

The venture officially began at 5:38 p.m., when Bonnie refueled at a gas station in Malmö. He drove a few kilometers and then crossed into Denmark. He then headed south, to test the performance of Turismo Veloce.

After an easy start, heavy rain followed the driver for most of Central Europe. In the Netherlands, he had to slow down significantly, which called into question the setting of the record. In the end, Bonnie managed to reach the finish line in Shiran, covering a total of 2,003 kilometers.

Source: Moto Berza by

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