This MV Agusta Stradale 800 has done 5550 miles and is still in immaculate condition.
There’s a new, slightly bigger tank, a seat redesigned for two, a touring, adjustable (MV’s first) screen, an all-new LCD dash (displaying far more information than before, including MV’s first fuel gauge) and last, but by no means least; there’s those classy panniers with (patented) built-in lights.What’s more, like virtually all MVs the Stradale is also dripping with exotic componentry and sophistication: Brembo brakes, multi-adjustable suspension, a single-sided swinger not to mention sophisticated electronics.
“MV Agusta’s first ‘touring’ bike is no conventional tourer. Instead it’s effectively a Stradale supermoto with screen and panniers with its closest rival being Ducati’s Hyperstrada. That said, it’s brisk, well-equipped, involving and fun – but it’s more of a day trip bike than a serious touring machine.”