The MV Agusta F4 Claudio is the culmination of an extraordinary story, an achievement capable of radically changing the sports bike concept itself. A product of Massimo Tamburini’s flair and Claudio Castiglioni’s insight (the latter insisted on defining every last detail personally), the F4 was presented to the public in 1997, immediately becoming“the world’s best-looking bike.” The launch marked a triumphant return for MV Agusta, a brand that has brought home more world championship trophies than any other.
The MV Agusta F4 Claudio pays homage to a man who dedicated his life to perfection, modeling bikes -first in his mind, then in the workshop – of unrivaled style, performance and attention to detail.
The technical foundation is provided by the F4 RC, the extreme racing-derived off-shoot of the F4 project. Sharing many of the features seen on the MV Agusta that competes in the World Superbike Championship, this is a bike built to perform.
The braking system features cutting-edge technology by Brembo that is only available for the highest-end models. Brembo Stilema four-piston monobloc radial calipers are actuated by a pump.
“Motorcycles are objects that make people dream. They have different colors and sounds, with forms that reveal the inspiration of those who conceived them. Sometimes these creations are true motoring works of art that transform the designer into an artist,” Castiglioni said.
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