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Indoor Fun: 2002 MV Augusta F4 750


This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

Update 4.9.2014: We first saw this F4 750 in January and it’s been relisted a few times never meeting reserve. It’s highest bid on one of the closed auctions was $8400 but it’s back now with a buy-it-now of $9500. Links updated. -dc


I absolutely love it when owners take their bikes indoors. It shows a level of caring and obsession not normally seen. It is also (usually) an indication of bachelorhood. Personally, I wish we could convince the boss to allow us to park our bikes inside the ultra plush offices of RSBFS, but alas that has not yet come to pass. Meanwhile, we can all park inside vicariously through this owner and lust after his pampered F4 750.

2002 MV Agusta F4 750 for sale on eBay


From the seller:
It’s not too late for a Christmas present. This is my 2002 MV AUGUSTA F4 750. It has only 3,700 miles on it and a ton of extras. I am the 3rd owner but have only put about 150 miles on it since I have owned it. It currently sits in my living room as a rolling work of art!! It has carbon fiber pipes from Fast BY FERRACCI and the upgraded ecu to go along withe pipes. It has FBF clipons, custom machined and polished reservoir covers and lots of carbon fiber including: custom painted front fender, rear swing arm,key guard, air box covers, frame covers,exhaust guard and rear wheel hugger. It has custom (and very expensive!!) PVM magnesium wheels. It has integrated clear alternatives tail light and clear front turn signal installed in mirrors. There is an 8K HID lo beam and 4K yellow high beams with LED parking lights. There is also a tasteful amount of chrome including rearsets,kickstand, chain sprocket cover and clutch cover and hand polished DZUS fasteners. Custom high end gas cap, bar end sliders and front axle sliders as well as custom tanks grips also add a great look to this bike. The tires are new with less than a 1000k on them. The bike also has a custom suede seat which is really beautiful. I am probable forgetting things but have tried to be as detailed as possible. I have a lot of the original parts which I will include in the sale. Included will also be a full service manual and all off the service records from the bike both prior to and during my ownership. The bike has just completed a full tune and Dyno performed by old man Ferracci himself (we have become friendly!!), this included a new clutch because he wasn’t happy with original one!!

I know I’ve given a lot of info here but it’s just because the bike is so beautiful. Here’s a chance to own a modern classic!! it’s among the early F4’s made with original 750 motor. There’s a reason it’s in The MOMA’s permanent art collection!! It really is in like new condition which I hope the pictures demonstrate.


Listed prior to Christmas and making the rounds again, this MV Agusta F4 750 is a good looking bike, and obviously well cared for. Does the “parked on carpet” series of photographs make the bike any more valuable to you? It’s not stock, but does that really make a difference considering some of the add-ons? Check it out here, then jump to the forums and let us know your thoughts. Good Luck!




  • I drool over these bikes ! I have always liked MVs . I do not know alot about them as I do Honda V-fours but I do find them works of art . Can anyone shed some light as to why they never successfully raced in modern times ? Yes I know you’ll tell me Giacomo Agostini won World chamionships on them ….but that was 40 years ago ! I mean why didn’t they succesfully race in WSB when these bikes were offered to the public ? Was it a question of economics ? They seem to have the right stuff in them .

  • Thanks for the info Jason and welcome back to the World arena MV . May you be victorious once again ! (And yes this from a Honda lover !)

    • MV will also be joined by Eric Buell Racing in WSBK and hopefully Bimota as well. Sounds like a fun season to watch. To bad Speed isn’t around anymore, the days of watching SBK, MOTOGP, MOTO2, and AMA ,all on one easy to find channel that came with your basic cable package, gone, dang.

  • RC30FREAK….how is your motorcycling life,now that you no longer own an RC30.Do you miss them.Do you have any regrets.

  • This is how I shared this post on a friend’s facebook page:

    “A piece of art for the château? It’s cousin is featured at MOMA; It’s Italian; It snarls; It behaves at parties; You’d always be wearing leather when around it; It will create a widow if you’re not careful with it.”

  • I get parking inside, but what I don’t get is how do you only ride this machine once and then park it? It would drive me crazy staring at this in my living room and never getting to experience it. Sad!

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