Mv Agusta has a long and rich racing history, but the company was gone from the bike world for much of the 80s and 90s.
Then in 1997 the F4 was precentet, featuring iconic styling by Massimo Tamburini and innovative technical sollutions such as radial valves and a removable cassette style gearbox.
Originally a limited edition version called F4 Oro was sold before the more affordable F4 750 S was released.
The engine has a distinct sound very different from japanese inline fours and exhaust comes out of four round pipes.
The bike as an exellent rock sollid stability thanks to a trellis frame similair to the Ducati 916.
Later in 2004 a 1000 cc version was made, with many improvements including the bigger engine.
Early 750s are now becoming collectible and are gradually increasing in price at the moment.