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MV Agusta: And Now, A Book on a Classic Motorcycle

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Now here’s a perfect gift for that motorcycle enthusiast who truly appreciates the classic MV Agusta. 

MV AGUSTA From 1945 to the Present is a completely recreated and updated edition with the graphic content of the historical monograph by Mario Colombo and Roberto Patrignani. Dedicated to the company of Cascina Costa, reborn in the nineties thanks to the great passion of a man who dedicated his life to motorcycles: Claudio Castiglioni.

Within its pages is the story of this legendary brand and its competitive triumphs by Carlo Ubbiali, Mike Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini, which in 2015 celebrated its 70th birthday. The history is described in two distinct sections; the first part covering human affairs, technical aspects, industrial and sporting achievements. In the second, the systematic cataloging of all the models, both road and track, including versions of the iconic F4, F3 and Brutale models that all exude the concept of excellence in world motorcycle production.

Hundreds of monochrome and colour images enrich the 360-page book dedicated to this prestigious brand, which has contributions from Massimo Chierici and Franco Daudo, for the most recent part.

This exceptional book is by Giorgio Nada Editore (www.giorgionadaeditore.it) a name in publishing synonymous with quality for over thirty years, is available both in Italian and English.

The publisher has a widespread distribution in Italy through the structure of Giunti Editore, the stores “Giunti al Punto” and the “Libreria dell’Automobile” in Milan, as well as a consolidated distribution network for the foreign markets.

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2 Responses

  1. Yes, I want one.

    Anybody want to buy one for me?

  2. Hi can you please send me payment link as I would like to buy 2 please?

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