Cover MV Agusta F4 750 Roland Sands

Do we see a new F4 from MV Agusta?

Well, the rumours are high, and we could very well see from MV Agusta’s official Facebook page.

Where in the renowned Motorcycle Designer and Racing Driver Roland Sands talks about his experience with the F4.

Motorcycle Designer & Racing Driver Roland Sands Design shares personal memories of how the passion for the MV Agusta brand came alive.


From the beginning, Roland fell in love with the design and the beautiful, exotic sound of the F4 750.

You see a Bike

“YOU SEE A BIKE” premieres on June 3rd, 2021.

A week MV Agusta had released a video, “You see a Bike “. Where in they say.

“MV Agusta Motor is pleased to announce the release of a 50-minute documentary film to celebrate its 75th anniversary. 

The film is a behind-the-scenes look at what the Italian brand represents today. And has achieved over the past seven decades.

In the eyes of 8 testimonials-extraordinaire whom each has crossed the iconic path of the bike from Schiranna in some significant way.

The plot also develops along two other lines.

  • The company’s storytelling.
  • And an exciting introduction to the latest generation of MV Agusta bikes. With a strong focus on the future of the brand. 

Directed by Andrea Manenti and produced by Addiction-PianoB.

Amid the pandemic, YOU SEE A BIKE was shot between 2020 and 202. With all the technical difficulties that the situation entailed. 

Nevertheless, the result is poignant unconventional. And the fascinating account of the past, present and future of the world’s most iconic maker of motorcycles. 

It was shot on location in Northern Italy, Australia and California. Each of our guests is universally recognised in a field that belongs to MV Agusta’s DNA. Design, Lifestyle, Industrial excellence, and Racing. 

These out-of-the-ordinary people could also create a strong sense of belonging to an ideal, just like the MV community, or better, tribe. 

And the video has all the prominent names like 

  • Timur Sardarov,
  • Ratmir Sardarov,
  • Brian Gillen,
  • Filippo Bassoli,
  • Marta Trezzi,
  • Horacio Pagani,
  • Roland Sands
  • Carl Cox ,
  • Ottavio Missoni,
  • Thibaut Nogues,
  • Gigi Soldano,
  • Milestone Videogames,
  • Giacomo Agostini and
  • Virginio Ferrari.

The old F4 version had a 998cc inline four-cylinder. The liquid-cooled engine made 192.3bhp and 110.8Nm of peak torque. 

It is said the new F4 will arrive in three different trims Standard, R, and RR. The RR will have more power and torque compared to the other two trims.

As far as the other specs go, they are still under the wraps. 


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