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Question New MV Agusta Tricruiser concept

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I thought i saw a picture of that on another site. That exhaust looks awesome!

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I thought i saw a picture of that on another site. That exhaust looks awesome!
Yes!! +++1111
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Wow, that looks like it's somewhat past the concept stage.
Very nice looking bike, 1/2 way between a B3 & F3.
It looks like it would be a sales success to me.
Well done photo's with the background in black & white really makes the bike striking.
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I thought i saw a picture of that on another site.
Would that site be "new dads doing without"? how's Rachel and your baby?

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You got me on that one Randy. Rachel and Logan are doing good. He is almost to 7 lbs, and getting ever so close to coming home! Thanks for asking.

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Sorry for being the dissenting opinion here; while I think it looks okay (the exhaust is the best feature, I think), what's the purpose of this one? TriCruiser concept?? So a sport touring bike? If so, how the heck would luggage integrate, and wouldn't the underseat exhaust be less than ideal for the pillion? Speaking of which, the pillion pad doesn't look too comfy.

I like the concept, just think it's missing its (assumed) target.
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Sorry for being the dissenting opinion here; while I think it looks okay (the exhaust is the best feature, I think), what's the purpose of this one? TriCruiser concept?? So a sport touring bike? If so, how the heck would luggage integrate, and wouldn't the underseat exhaust be less than ideal for the pillion? Speaking of which, the pillion pad doesn't look too comfy.

I like the concept, just think it's missing its (assumed) target.
+1 - would agree

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The name would imply a cruiser sorta like the ducati diavel. Too much front fairing for a cruiser
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