MV Agusta 1972
350B Sport Electronicca

Brought into the United States from Italy in the past few years,
this is a wonderful original and un restored example.

The first time I drove this bike was on the Palisades Parkway in
New Jersey.  The motor is a work of art and the twin cylinder
pulls very well and surprisingly strong.   Its short wheel base
makes it incredible agile allowing it to turn so quickly it took
some getting us too.

The Motogiro in Northern New York was an event I wanted to
view in September of 2005.  The event was for motorcycles
under 250cc manufactured before 1968, but since I was not
familiar with the event and did not want to compete, I thought
riding along with the event would be a great test for the 350B.  
The bike ran perfectly, predictably and was so much fun to ride
over the 85 mile rally.  It worked hard on steep uphills, great on
gravel roads and brought a smile through every turn.

The rally's simple one page of directions took us through
towns, side roads and even short stints of gravel and dirt
roads.  The event, the people involved and the bike were all
wonderful and I cannot wait for the Motogiro next year in

Classic MV Agusta -

MV Agusta Club Photo's
This production racer was entered in the Brazil International race in 1954Engine
Air-Cooled 4-st. Single OHC // Displacement 123.5cc // Max Power over 15.7PS /
10,300rpm // Max Speed over 145km/h // Dry Weight 75kg
1977 MV Agusta 750 America
Approx. 50 sold in U.S.A. & 200 worldwide.
1957 MV Agusta 175 CSS Disco Volante
The bike is in supreme condition.The bike is from
1957. and has 175 ccm.The bike has a OTTO
machine (4 takt), with 11 HP and 4 gears.  
1956 MV Agusta 175 CSTL
1970 MV AGUSTA 250 GT MOTO - VIN# mv250b 2110449
Milage 7,600 - Sold on Ebay 09/29/05 for $4,537.52
1966 MV Agusta 250B
Sold on Ebay 10/24/05 for $2,705.55