Limited-edition MV Agusta RVS 1 unveiled

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After the initial teaser that the 2-wheeler enthusiast viewed, it’s time for the detailed introduction of the first ever factory-custom creation to the world as the Italian company MV Agusta finally unveils the limited edition RVS 1. Not every day do we come crossways a bike like this one, a sheer act of genius from whichever angle you look at it. Right from the exquisite design accompanied with aggressive looks to the high-performance engine, everything
just seems to be so right about this motorcycle. The prime objective behind the creation of this aggressive bike was to add a limited edition model based on the ones already present in MV Agusta lineup. In the process, their hard work and dedication get the tag of RVS#1 following just one idea in mind, that is, one bike and one customer.’ The MV Agusta RVS 1 comes with an inertial measurement unit (IMU) which allows the headlight to light up automatically as the motorcycle is turning, based on speed and angle. The motorcycle comes with uniquely designed brake rotors that are sourced from Braking Sun star Batfly.


From any angle you look at it, the motorcycle has something special to offer for its riders. The RVS#1 resembles the Brutale Dragster 800RR but then with the addition of Bonkers to it, the bike gets a new identity. Custom designed components like rear sets, handlebars, engine protectors, dashboard support and handlebars give the bike a fresh look, something that can be described as uncommon yet brilliant. There is no change in terms of the power section. The road legal variant has a similar MVs 798cc engine which can churn out a maximum power of 140 bhp and maximum torque of 87 Nm. The track variant gets a Titanium SC project exhaust which is designed for track use only. This variant engine derives a maximum power of 150 bhp. However, the performance level remains the same for both the variants. As these bikes are custom made, you can contact the MV Agusta and get your dream bike designed by them, provided you have a hefty budget to support you in this endeavor.