MV Agusta reduced the power of new motorcycle ridersJanuary 12, 2019
The Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta has announced the release of motorcycles for young motorcyclists, owners of the category “A2”.
This of course is about European motorcyclists. The fact is that in Europe, in addition to the category “A1” for beginners, and category “A” for experienced pilots, there is also a category “A2”. Owners of such a driver’s license become persons from 19 years old who can drive on a two-wheeled vehicle with a minimum volume of 395 cc, with a maximum power of 35 kW or 47 horsepower.
MV Agusta offered these pilots a choice of two motorcycles that, according to the manufacturer, are a striking interpretation of the Mv Agusta spirit: Brutale 800 neykid and F3 675 supersport. Both models can operate in modes from 35 kW to 70 kW and vice versa, ensuring maximum flexibility and compliance owner license categories.
35 kW models are available in new color combinations. Brutale 800 – intense blue / night gray, bright red / night gray and ice gray / aviation gray; F3 675 – red Agostini / silver Agostini and intense blue / night gray.
Add that to go to category A Europeans need to travel with the rights “A2” for two years. Motorcycles suitable under the category “A2” offers not only MV Agusta, but also other manufacturers, in particular under the license “A2” fit the model BMW G650GS, Honda NC700, Kawasaki Z800e.
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