As if the MV Agusta Brutale 800 wasn’t sexy enough, enter the Diablo Brutale. The Diablo Brutale surfaced after the MV Agusta folks in Varese collaborated with Pirelli, which has worked with MVA brand since 2011.The new Diablo Brutale was designed to showcase the “Made in Italy” badge that has continued to define the deepest emotions in high-performance motorcycles.
Speaking of the bike, MV Agusta says: “On the one hand, the last technological evolution of the DIABLO range, the Diablo Rosso III, which is the new supersport tyre from Pirelli, born from the track to the road, redefining the concept of sports riding taking it to the new level. Its strong points are sports handling, a high level of grip also in the wet and with long lasting performance.“On the other hand the Brutale 800, a motorcycle whose original project dates back to 2001 and that – year after year – was renovated in its style and spirit, to remain loyal to itself, and to its ability to amaze and conquer new generations of enthusiasts. The new Brutale 800 is an example of Made in Italy technology that has dictated new design guidelines in its segment.”The Diablo Brutale features the same chassis/engine as the standard Brutale 800 (798cc inline three along with Marzocchi/Sachs suspension – but gets a redesign in terms of aesthetics. The matte black color features red graphics that showcase the Pirelli brand, and the Diablo Rosso III tires also arrive with a special red-color graphic.But we’ll let you decide; check out the video below and let us know what you think about the Diablo Brutale.
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Yamaha’s Ténéré 700 is an excellent foray into the middleweight ADV world. Associate Editor Neil Wyenn owns a 2021 model, and has spent the last year adding and improving various aspects of his bike. Some add-ons are more vital others, and he lets us into his secrets for getting the most out of the Yamaha Ténéré. His total enthusiasm for ADV riding and the Yamaha Ténéré in particular were pretty obvious to me—I’m sure you’ll feel the same. Links to all the items he mentions are below.