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Performance Bikes August/F3 800 and more

As the title:

Interview with Giovanni Castiglioni

Behind the scenes at CRC

Misano track test of F3/800

All good and you can leave the rose tinted glasses in their case

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As the title:

Interview with Giovanni Castiglioni

Behind the scenes at CRC

Misano track test of F3/800

All good and you can leave the rose tinted glasses in their case

Mike - any chance of scanning and posting here ?

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Sorry John I don't have access to a scanner

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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-15-2013, 10:14 AM
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Hey guys, I just bought the iPad Version of the magizne after seeing this thread and took some screenshots for you. Sorry for the bad quality, but at least it gives you an idea of the article

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Although the young CEO is helping the company become financial successful, I am confused on the conflicting interview responses. In the same bike mag a month ago they discussed he units and how the success of the company depends on it. He explained that the max units put out by MV should be no more than 12,000 units to protect the brands exclusivity. This is quoted right from the article. Not even a month later he is stating that the goal is 12,000 to 15,000, for investors to take part. I feel like he is more concerned about lining his pocket and making MV a brand, instead of a protecting the mystic of the little company.
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Although the young CEO is helping the company become financial successful, I am confused on the conflicting interview responses. In the same bike mag a month ago they discussed he units and how the success of the company depends on it. He explained that the max units put out by MV should be no more than 12,000 units to protect the brands exclusivity. This is quoted right from the article. Not even a month later he is stating that the goal is 12,000 to 15,000, for investors to take part. I feel like he is more concerned about lining his pocket and making MV a brand, instead of a protecting the mystic of the little company.
15 000 is still a little Company mate, only this one would like to survive.

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15 000 is still a little Company mate, only this one would like to survive.
I have to agree, also bare in mind they are also bringing more models to market as well so production of each model is probably only a small increase. I would like to see them continue to bring out more new ranges though rather than just a larger variation on a theme, the number of different Brutale's just got silly, 920, 989, 990, 1078, 1090, when in reality two would have done with maybe an R version of each.
I think they've got it right with the B3/F3, two models of each, 675 and 800. The only thing I would say is the Brutale 675 is too expensive, who's going to buy a 675 when they can have the 800 with adjustable suspension for only 500 more, I can see it dropping in price or the spec of the 800 going up and increased in price?

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Sports Tourer sounds just lovely to me. Ill be waiting for it to arrive



And i must agree 15000 with the various range of bikes is still a petit business and exclusive.
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