• 15 World Championships titles,
  • 123 Grand Prix victories,
  • 18 Italian Championships titles,
  • 10 Tourist Trophies’ wins,
  • Total of 311 victorious races .

These are the impressive figures of Giacomo Agostini’s racing career, that extended from the early 60’s to the late 70’s. Most of them was under the MV Agusta colours.

This unprecedented heritage now has a museum to preserve it and share it with MV Agusta enthusiasts and motorcycling fans from all over the world.


It is located in medieval Bergamo, Giacomo Agostini’s hometown, between the Po plain and the Alps, close to Milan.


The museum was designed as a private trophy room by architect Michele Giavarini for the champion to keep his more than 350 trophies, with the idea of also opening it to the public.

The museum hosts some of the historic bikes used by Agostini, like helmets, race suits and personal objects, displayed in a chronological order.

On the inox-concrete floor, a giant no.1, black on yellow, the number Agostini raced with, and the word “Ago” painted in bright red .

His nom de guerre, reminds everyone about Giacomo Agostini’s record number of victories and championships titles is yet unequalled.


Giacomo Agostini commented.

“The history of my life is all there in this one room, and being able to spend some time there alone with my thoughts. Going back to those extraordinary memories, fills me with joy.”

Timur Sardarov, CEO MV Agusta, said.

“The partnership between our brand and is part of the glorious history of this company . We are glad that a man who contributed so much to the legend of MV Agusta is now being rightly celebratedwith this museum.” 

The museum is private and can be visited by groups (8 people minimum) upon reservation via Villa Vittoria Charme and Relax luxury bed & breakfast.

The resort is managed by Agostini’s daughter Vittoria, and offers a complete package including one-night accommodation.

Visit to the museum and dinner with the champion. Contacts: +39.035.239209

Source : M V Agusta 

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