Articles Posted in the " Massimo Tamburini " Category




  • 2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR | Review

    2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR | Review

    Naked Superbike

    The new 2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR motorcycle is somewhat different. The previous MV 1078 RR, with its throbbing and raw in-line four, almost took me for a ride in an exhilarating and nearly out of control way. MV Agusta has worked very hard to make the 1090 RR a slightly more civilized naked superbike.


  • MV Agusta announces Massimo Tamburini retirement

    MV Agusta announces Massimo Tamburini retirement

    MV Agusta today announced that Design Chief Massimo Tamburini will retire from the company, effective Dec. 31, 2008. Tamburini has been with Cagiva since early 1985 and has headed up MV Agusta’s engineering and design center, Centro Ricerche Cagiva, in San Marino for over 13 years, where he and the staff designed what are widely regarded as world-class, premium, high-performance sport motorcycles, including the legendary F4.

    Mr. Tamburini Speaks…


  • 2007 MV Agusta F4CC | Limited Edition Motorcycle

    2007 MV Agusta F4CC | Limited Edition Motorcycle

    Claudio Castiglioni’s 100

    It has been said that 20 percent of all the art ever created is in Italy. The country overflows with legendary beauty. From the spellbinding Sistine Chapel to da Vinci’s The Last Supper; from Michelangelo’s David to the Leaning Tower of Pisa; Italy stirs the imagination with its timeless creations.


  • MV Agusta F4 1000 Tamburini | Preview

    MV Agusta F4 1000 Tamburini | Preview

    Italian Renaissance

    It may seem naive to assume truth in advertising, but MV Agusta’s description of its bikes as “contemporary motorcycle art” can be regarded as reliable: Its F4 1000 Tamburini—named for Massimo Tamburini, the designer of watershed sportbikes such as the Ducati 916—might be the most technologically advanced motorcycle available today.


  • MV Agusta F4 Tamburini | Review

    MV Agusta F4 Tamburini | Review

    Moto Masterpiece

    Fire up the radial-valve 998cc 4-cylinder motor of the MV Agusta F4 Tamburini (MT4), and you will know that this masterpiece of design, bristling with technological innovation, must be Italian.


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