Located in the Republic of San Marino, the Castiglioni Research Centre (CRC) was created in 1993 by Claudio Castiglioni.
The CRC was born with the mission to become MV’s R&D arm, designing and developing the marque’s high-performing motorcycles. It currently employs around 40 people and is entirely dedicated to the creation of ever more advanced, aspirational and best-in-class motorcycles.
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Born within our CRC, the best reviews to instil passion, design and technology in a dynamic object.
RVS addresses the need to offer an exclusive product, an object capable of conveying emotions. An RVS is something eminently unique, in which passion and leading-edge technology are intimately blended to create sheer beauty in motion.
One of a kind editions
Unique creations in the name of innovation. One-offs are motorcycles that adopt personalised design and technology. These bikes are made to move, in every sense, to be stared at and to simply be unique. They are MV’s philosophy transposed into a material object.
F4Z Sheer Beauty
A project commissioned by a Japanese client from designers Zagato. Their task was to turn the iconic F4 into the first atelier superbike. The body work is reminiscent of the racing fairing of the 1950’s with the timeless elegance of Zagato.
Hand-built to the specifications of individual clients, these bikes represent the pinnacle of Motorcycle Art. High-tech, luxury accessories, designer bodyworks, gold-leaf finishes or Swarovski studded components: nothing is too much for MV engineers.
F4 RC Blue
The F4 RC Blue was created for the “Beasts Beirut Events & Street Show” with the colour scheme of MV Agusta Reparto Corse with light blue accents. The bike was supplied with a titanium SC exhaust, and matching Carbon X-lite 802 helmet.