- Attractive tribute to the 1970s
- 800 series three-cylinder of the MV
- Wonderful old-fashioned exhaust pipes
Motorcycle fair in Milan
The steering head angle is 65 degrees and the wheelbase is 1,420 millimeters.
The 750 S is still the most popular road machine from the first life of the MV Agusta brand.
Now you are paying tribute to the Italian manufacturer Magni with a beautiful, modern version.
Puristic cockpit with tachometer.
The original 750 S was built at MV Agusta from 1971 to 1975.
The front brakes are four-piston calipers and 320 discs, while the rear has a 230 disc.
The upside-down fork from Oram from Modena is adjustable in rebound and compression.
In 1980 the Magni company shut down and was not revived until the 1990s.
At that time, only 600 copies of the original machine were produced.
The four-cylinder in-line engine with 742 cm³ at the time produced 72 hp, while the 800 cc three-cylinder from MV provides power in the Tributo.
Magni has not yet announced a price.
The seat height of the Magni 750 S Tributo is 82 centimeters.
Magni 750 S Tributo
Attractive tribute to the 1970s
The 750 S is still the most popular road machine from the first life of the MV Agusta brand. Now you are paying tribute to the Italian manufacturer Magni with a beautiful, modern version.
The original 750 S was built at M.V Agusta from 1971 to 1975. Five years later the company shut down and was not revived until the end of the 1990s. With its clear design lines, the characteristic tank and the red, white and blue paintwork, the 750 S is highly valued by collectors today. Of the machine with the four-cylinder in-line engine with 742 cc and 72 hp, however, only about 600 copies were made at the time – it is accordingly difficult to get.
800 series three-cylinder of the MV
Magni / Alessandro Olgiati
The new 750 S Tributo can help. It comes from the well-known luxury forge Magni from Samarate near Varese in northern Italy, founded by the former MV Agusta race director Arturo Magni and continued with the same passion by his son Giovanni since his death in 2015.
The current 800 series three-cylinder of the MV Agusta Brutale serves as the drive for the Tributo. Magni built the chassis with a modified geometry and equipped the new double loop frame with two-arm swing arm with high-quality components. The upside-down fork, which can be adjusted in rebound and compression, and the adjustable spring struts come from the specialist Oram from Modena. The perfectly shaped 18-inch spoke wheels are designed for tubeless tires and are specially manufactured by JoNich Wheels for the Tributo. The tires themselves are Metzeler Racetec RRK1 1 in sizes 110/80 ZR18 (front) and 160/60 ZR 18 (rear).
Wonderful old-fashioned exhaust pipes
The rubber grips on the handlebars in the style of the 70s, which come from Ariete, are also original. The experts from Discacciati from Como contribute the clutch lever and front brake pump. The brake system with 320 discs and four-piston calipers at the front and a 230 disc and double-piston caliper at the rear comes from Brembo. The seat height of the extremely handsome motorcycle is 82 centimeters, the steering head angle is 65 degrees, and the wheelbase is 1,420 millimeters.
The paintwork and the tank, as well as the essential design with the soft curves, are based on the original motorcycle from the 70s. Together with the noble seat bench and the wonderfully old-fashioned exhaust pipes, they turn the carefully crafted Tributo into a really splendid feast for the eyes.
Magni has not yet announced a price, even on request.
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