MV Agusta owners clubs in the States?

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Are there any Mv Agusta owners groups in the States? It would be nice to find fellow Agusta riders that like to get together for rides or annual events.

-- Robbie (rpaggen@hotmail.com), January 02, 2003

Answers

Yeah I would be interested in knowing that too.

-- Peter trocco (draggo1@aol.com), January 04, 2003.

I'm not aware of one. However, an MV Agusta rally would be great. I think we'd have to one for each coast. They aren't touring bikes, ya' know. :)

How about a tentative get together during the World Super Bike weekend?

-- Allan Gibbs (Phoenix, Arizona) (Agibbs996@aol.com), January 05, 2003.


Now you are talking. WSB weekend is a good opportunity for us MV owners to get together. As far as any clubs go, I think it is a great idea. Could you imagine all those bikes together ripping through the canyons and mountain passes! What a kick that would be. I'm in Nevada, close to Lake Tahoe, not too far from Sacremento or the bay. We should look into this.

-- greg petersen (gntpete@nvbell.net), January 06, 2003.

I would be up for WSB weekend! Wouldnt even mind getting something going here in Arizona too. It would be even better if there was an MV Agusta Owners Club website for us in America

-- Robbie (rpaggen@hotmail.com), January 07, 2003.

Robbie,

I can round up at least 2-3 SENNA owners...myself included, for the WSB races @ Laguna Seca (aka mazda raceway) this summer. I know Greg in Nevada is in, and Larry Wolf from Texas (soon to be SF,Ca)......all ya gotta do is by the first round of beeeeeers!!!!

Greg....save me a spot on yer trailer for the ride back!

V

-- val alparaque (valparaque@aol.com), January 10, 2003.



COUNT ME IN!!!! 2003 WSB TMVHL ( THE MV'S HAVE LANDED)!

-- Shelby (Shelbym@palm.net), January 11, 2003.

I usually go to that race every year. Missed this last one though, too bad. But I did get to see Bostrom go on his romp in 2001 though, what a delight.

I may or may not make it this time. I was thinking of trailering my bike up there in November but the weather wasn't going to be good. We'll see how it goes. I'm going to be doing more racing this year and it ain't cheap at all.

-- Andy Ruhl (quadreverb@yahoo.com), January 11, 2003.


I think this is a great idea for the club. We could have a newsletter, owners club patch/pin, meetings (local/national). Club members could meet at other Motorcycle Meets and discuss Mv's. I think this would be pretty cool. Brett

-- Brett (DocBDH@aol.com), March 16, 2003.

You guys rock, I have a P.O.S. '58 mv agusta 175cc racer and I blew the push rod, I wish I could find parts for that sonofabitch. Let me know if you guy's have heard of any vintage dealers in that kind of catagory. Thanx, >Andy< (el monte, ca.)

-- andy mitchell (andyshock@juno.com), April 11, 2003.

Hi, Just a note to draw your attention to my bike for sale at WWW.CYCLETRADER.COM Itís a 1977 MV Agusta ďAmericaĒ Thanks, Mike

P.S. Iím also looking for a rolling chassis (no engine) for a Ducati 916/748

-- Mike Potter (POTTERAIRFIELD@YAHOO.COM), December 01, 2003.



OOPs.........I emailed a few of you before I realized I could post on here. I'm a Dealer from Tx & I've been offered a 2003 MV F4 theft recovery bike. It is BEAUTIFUL! If anyone is interested email me to get pics. Asking price is $11,500

-- Will Clark (will@buysportbikes.com), March 02, 2004.

The MV Owners Club of Great Britain has members all over the world. Many in the US. The club attends most of the big bike events in Europe through the summer. Regular chances to meet some of the MV legends, many of whom are either Patrons or honory members. Agostini, Read, Hailwood jr, Sandford....and others. The guy looking for parts for his 175 racer (dicovolante?) should seriously consider joining - the club baught up the factorys parts when they finaly closed the doors in the 80's. You have to be a member to benefit from the spares section.

See www.mvownersclub.co.uk for more details.

Sorry only european meetings/events at present - but anythings possable.

-- Mark M (m.magenis@btinternet.com), March 03, 2004.


Will, Like the America - I think they made a few more than 100 - also the Ferari of motorcycles is actually a 'Ferari' - this was built by Dave Kay and his son Mark and is based in the MV 4 cyclinder engine and the use of the name was authorized by Ferari themselves.I believe it is currently available at £150,000 if anyone is interested.

-- Mark M (m.magenis@btinternet.com), March 03, 2004.

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