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(Picture has been taken from here: MV Agusta en mode Aventure! - R. RECCHIA-Motos)

This MV Agusta Trail Veloce is a Turismo Veloce prepared by Recchia Moto (new MV Agusta dealer in France, Lyon area, former BMW dealer). There is quite a bunch of work done here.
I discussed with the dealer about it, he told me that riding the TV he noticed it could be a good basis for it and did modded accordingly. Improvement are not limited to cosmetics : EMC fork and rear shock, engine map, sprocket, exhaust modified to enhance the ground clearance, ....

Parts should be available as kit later in march this year.
 

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Pretty cool, I wonder if any of MV's design team has had a look.
 

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Pretty cool, I wonder if any of MV's design team has had a look.
Likely. In Lyon Motorbike Show last week, this bike was exposed on MV Agusta stand. The stand was shared between MV Agusta and Recchia Moto, and there was quite a few MV Agusta people there (not from the dealer but from MV directly)...
 

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Well there you go. We will most likely see something like this in the near future.
 

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Nice job.There are a few people that will use an adventure bike as it is intended, 60/40 pavement to dirt. Most adventure bikes are used probably 99/1 pavement to dirt. but I suppose that is the purpose.
 
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Well done Recchia Moto. I have found the TV to be quite good on dirt roads, but it would clearly need some modifications for more serious off-road riding.
Perhaps this will prompt MV to provide genuine parts for these sort of ater purchase upgrades. Another example would be a small fairing for the un-faired bikes.
 

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It seems so odd to see an MV tearing it up like that. Very cool.
 

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Meanwhile... there you are walking your dog/hiking/cycling/horse riding/just having a nice walk with the family, and then all of a sudden some stupid pillock on a motorcycle comes flying round the corner at silly speed and nails you into the ditch.

No thanks MV - keep these idiots to regular tarmac roads please.
 

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Meanwhile... there you are walking your dog/hiking/cycling/horse riding/just having a nice walk with the family, and then all of a sudden some stupid pillock on a motorcycle comes flying round the corner at silly speed and nails you into the ditch.

No thanks MV - keep these idiots to regular tarmac roads please.
Agree. Now, that being said, the rider is owning a offroad riding school, and I believe the place where he is riding is part of his facility. Further, this is not MV Agusta made, it's a preparation of a Tursimo Veloce by a french dealer as indicated in the first post of this thread
 

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Meanwhile... there you are walking your dog/hiking/cycling/horse riding/just having a nice walk with the family, and then all of a sudden some stupid pillock on a motorcycle comes flying round the corner at silly speed and nails you into the ditch.
That happens on the street all the time in Boston.
 

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Agree. Now, that being said, the rider is owning a offroad riding school, and I believe the place where he is riding is part of his facility. Further, this is not MV Agusta made, it's a preparation of a Tursimo Veloce by a french dealer as indicated in the first post of this thread
fair enough, I thought that might be the case - best place for that kind of thing is private land in my opinion.

Sorry to sound grumpy but the land is there to be enjoyed by the many, not the selfish few.
 

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Hmm I don't hate it. I really like the tag/plate holder. Rear wheel looks interesting.

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I've tried reaching out to R Recchia in France; they are not responsive.... Could anybody suggest a lead to that 19" front wheel. and the crash bars and skid plate? Kineo and others don't seem to make larger than 17" wheels...
 

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I've tried reaching out to R Recchia in France; they are not responsive.... Could anybody suggest a lead to that 19" front wheel. and the crash bars and skid plate? Kineo and others don't seem to make larger than 17" wheels...
Current times are dificult in France right now. We are all locked down and dealers activities are limited to the workshops. That being said, I've discussed with the guy during the Lyon show. The front fork has been modified as well, and the wheels are custom parts, but I don't know who is providing them. That being said, the intention of Recchia Moto was to make all the custom parts available as aftermarket parts. I would try to recontact them later on. My dealer is another one, but I may try to get some information at some point once we are getting out of lock down in France...
 
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