MV Agusta F4R first ride review

Used to be that the big sportsbikes invoked fear and awe. You didn't take them lightly and they didn't let you get away with it either. They would hurt you. Kill your wrists. Make forearms ache from clutch effort. Seat you so high you'd barely get the feet down. And paddling gingerly around u-turns was the norm. They only flattered the skilled and brave. They turned everyone else into quivering lumps made half of apprehension and half of undiluted awe.

The MV Agusta F4R is still very much like that. The seat height is tall and even for...


Updated Date: Jul 24, 2016 19:40 PM

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