MV Agusta Presents “Dragster Blackout.” Motorcycle Art Level: 100

It looks so good that you might have a Blackout after seeing it.

MV Agusta Brutale 800 is one of the best-looking motorcycles in the world. But when a talented custom builder puts his hands on one of these the result is fascinating. 

MV Agusta will arrive at the Verona Motor Bike Expo show with two “extreme specials,” both derivatives of the Brutale, the naked-icon of the Italian brand. 

Dragster Blackout

It’s a collaboration between MV Agusta and Valter Motor Components (valtermoto.it), a racing-components manufacturer and official partner to the MV Agusta Reparto Corse racing team, with contributions from Tecnoart Sersan – creator of the graphic and design paintwork. 

The author describes it as a “techno-cafe racer” inspired by the world of motorcycle racing and car tuning. It features new handlebars and a front LED illumination arranged in such a way to create a new design element. 

It also comes with a circular full LED headlight and a fork-mounted full-color 4.3 inch HD screen for rear vision. 

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Brutale 800 RR “Ballistic Trident” 

It’s not the first time we see the Ballistic Trident. It was initially presented at the Hot Rod Custom Show in Yokohama and has achieved international success. The project was created by Winston Yer, the founder of Rough Crafts workshop with headquarters in Taipei. The “Ballistic Trident”’s main characteristic is its streamlined “dustbin” fairings. 

Brutale Ballistic Trident 7

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