Wednesday, November 18, 2009



We're flat-out right now gearing up for the Sydney Motorcycle Show at Homebush, which kicks off at 10am tomorrow. 

The Show is shaping up to be cracker, with a full raft of exhibitors and some wicked new two-wheeled weapons to check out.

If you're looking for a trick new road-rocket to park alongside your dirt churner in the garage, then make a bee-line to the Paul Feeney Group’s MV Agusta display, which is right near the Husqvarna stand, but of course.


Because there’s one oh-so-sweet MV Agusta F4 up for sale this weekend, and it’s one of just 100 that have been produced by the legendary Italian brand.

Here's the Press Release about the bike from the PFG -- make sure you're sitting down when you read the price -- and we'll see you there at the Show! 

Be sure to drop in to the TRAIL ZONE stand and say g'day sign up for your chance to Choose Your Ride and win your choice of a new Husqvarna TE450 or Kawasaki KLX450R or KTM 300 EXC or Suzuki DR-Z400E or Yamaha WR450F -- Clubby.

Press Release:

MV Agusta F4 CC: World's Most Expensive Production Motorcycle On-Sale at Sydney Motorcycle Show This Weekend!

The F4 CC is named after the President of MV Agusta, Italy, Claudio Castiglioni and boasts an exclusive retail price of $185,000 (AUD).

The F4 CC features an up-spec engine to 1078cc, 200hp, rated to 315km/h and an abundance of technical upgrades. There is a select build number of 100 units only worldwide. 1 for Claudio Castiglioni, 99 for the world.

The F4 CC also comes with a luxurious F4 CC Trussadi leather jacket and Girard-Perregaux watch which is individually numbered as the motorcycles production number.

Australian MV Agusta importer, the Paul Feeney Group secured one last production F4 CC machine and the bike will be available for sale this weekend at the Sydney Motorcycle Show.

In true Motorcycle Art form, MV Agusta is recognised as the world's most premium motorcycle brand which stems back to the glory days (1950's/60's/70's) with the marque winning 18 premier class riders Championships.


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