2019 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro

Nov 12, 2018

Category: Rides

The age of naked sport bikes is upon us once again, and it isn’t enough that most of the manufacturers for these badass cycles are introducing them at lower power levels due to safety concerns. MV Agusta has decided to give the riders what they’ve been asking for — a monstrous 190mph naked bike that will absolutely destroy your preconceptions about fairing-less motorcycle performance.

The Brutale 1000 Serio Oro features a minimal design that touts a 998cc inline 4-cylinder engine pulled straight from their F4 model. With 208 horsepower and 85 foot-pounds of torque (at a surprisingly high 9,300 rpm), the Brutale is the fastest naked bike on the planet. Aside from the intense engine specs, the Serie Oro will utilize Ohlins semi-active electric shocks, Brembo Stylema brakes, torque control, fly-by-wire, and a bidirectional quick shifter. It’ll weigh in at a pleasant 410 pounds and release in a limited run of 300 units — so if you’re lucky enough to grab one, make sure you hold on tight.

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