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If it wasn't bad enough that the Lewis Hamilton has a 100k model f4 of his own
well low and behold the same ugly f4 has a new brutale or dragster (sorry i dont know which one)
in the same lovely fugly colour scheme
 

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Im still erked that this guy is worthy of a self titled MV
To me he is no Senna. To me he is not worthy. Just my opinion.
I am very erked of the price of the F4, as its price suggests he is more exclusive than the late great Claudio, so i hate to think of what this will be priced at
 

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It's just exploiting the market and Giovanni's apparent man love for LH :rolleyes:

I personally don't like the colours or the plastering of the bike with references to LH, what's the connection other than him being appointed as MV Brand Ambassador, wouldn't have been my choice... I don't much care for the RC models either if the truth be told although they do, for those to whom it matters, connect with the racing heritage of the brand.

As they thought 44 was too few it looks with they're making 144 of these. Stands to reason that they won't be as exorbitantly over priced like the LH F4 then... but then again... we'll see.
 

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Im still erked that this guy is worthy of a self titled MV
I first confess my liking of LH as a F1 driver.

However, my view is that he has no 'relationship' with MV Agusta after Mercedes-AMG interests were dissolved. Word is (and I think I heard it through this forum) is that LH has a 'friendship' with the Russian investor. For me, that is hardly a reason to give the LH name (and it's well-plastered all over the bike) to any MV.

'anothermvfanatic's' comment is more than credible: the LH naming does denigrate the great Claudio as well as 'his' bike. Surely, this is just a marketing ploy to extract maximum revenue from little value.
 

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NOT a fan of LH or the red wheels but I do like the paint scheme. I also loved the 2007 gsxr 750 maroon color scheme. nobody makes sport bikes in NON-flashy colors.
 

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look guys i normally would do this.
But as i am not a rich man, i was wondering if people could donate me a large sum of money. How much. Not sure. But alot.
I am desperate.
I would very much like to buy 88 MV Agustas. Coincidentally this happens to be the same amount of cough cough exclusive Lewis Hamilton Mvs released in the F4 and brutale versions.

I would like to set fire to them all. So no one will ever own them!

Anyone interested in donating will have an exclusive invite to the large bonfire, which will most likely be in Australia.

All donations can be made to this fund, care of:
fuckyoulewishamiltonyouraninsulttoourbelovedbrandandsonowimgoingtobuyallyourappartantlyexclusivebikessonoonewilleverhaveone

thanks in advance guys
 

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Just say NO!!!...to this model MV whether it's an F or B! :barfalot:
 
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haha!

Its not THAT bad guys seriously.

Frame might be better as metallic silver and matching metal flake silver wheels but c'mon, that deep red is nice
im already partial to that wheelset as best looking wheels ever (not color) and want a set on my f3.
 

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Its not that bad, but I really dont get the appeal of buying a bike and paying a premium for someone elses name on it. Not really a fan of "limited editions" at all, unless they really are special in some way, offering more performance, not just a paint job.

If I want a custom paint job and a name on my bike, I could have my own done very nicely for £1500 :)

...to me there are few names worthy to go on an MV and one of those is Agostini :)
 

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Its not that bad, but I really dont get the appeal of buying a bike and paying a premium for someone elses name on it. Not really a fan of "limited editions" at all, unless they really are special in some way, offering more performance, not just a paint job.

If I want a custom paint job and a name on my bike, I could have my own done very nicely for £1500 :)

...to me there are few names worthy to go on an MV and one of those is Agostini :)


respect bogie respect. well said
 

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I understand the dislike of the Lewis Hamilton labeling, I mean who cares about him anyway. Having said that, I think the bike is really nice looking, too bad it is sold at such a premium because of the LH factor.
 

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Limited edition builds is very much part of the MV Sales Strategy going forward, so we better start getting used to it.. If selling a few LH themed bikes keeps them financially afloat and giving them the capital to strengthen the dealer network i'm all for it.
 

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Celebrity sells. We all know that. Personally I wouldn't pay extra for any motorcycle with a 'celebrity' endorsement, but it would seem there are plenty of people out there who will.
 
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