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WOW, I guess MV's are sort of rare.

I just went to the DMV to register my F4 100R. Unfortunately I wasn't able to since I forgot to take the bill of sale will me. However, I did find out something kind of neat. Including mine there are only two registered MV Agusta's in the state of WV.

I guess that explains why I don’t see them at every stop light I pull up to.
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I'm from VA and i was at Brandwine WV this past weekend running 33 and some other roads out that way. But I love the mountain at 33. Next time i'm out that way I give you a shout.


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I had the same problem in Washington State. Had to have a dealer write a memo stating the estimated value of the MV
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I guess it depends on the demographics of the area. They seem to be more common in California (given the number of members from there). There are a number of them around here in the northeast. But I have yet to see one on the road that I don't know of (meaning the rider is not on this forum).

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I'm From Northern California And I Know We Have Quite A Few Mv Owners Here, There's Never A Chance That I See One In Any Intersection On My Route.... That's Why We Get Attention Wherever We Park It...." Is That A Hayabusa?"
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Yea, even in CA it's still only once in a blue moon you see one on the road.

looking at used MV's for sale the past few years it would seem a large population of the MV's sold don't see outside the garage too often. I'm sure plenty of the MV's sold are Mid life crisis Vehicles which never get the road time they deserve. hense you can pick up a 4 year old bike with 1200 miles on it... Good for the rest of us I guess

I do occasionally see a Brutale around San Francisco - I saw one in the Presidio park twice this summer.. Maybe it was Admin or one of our members.
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I saw a few Brutales in NYC while on my former Brutale going the other direction. And that's the only time I see MVs. That and meets. Kind of funny.

actually I saw the Timster yesterday on his bike when I was on bipedal power. Chased him down too.

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Just out of curiousity does anyone know how many 07 F4 1000R's were produced? I know they aren't nearly as rare as other MV's but I don't imagine there were too many built.
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According to my DMV.. I have the only MV in Vermont and a 08 312R at that .. Pete
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I think there are 2 in Arkansas, including mine. I've never seen the other one ...

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