MV Agusta Releases the Enduro Veloce, Its New Adventure Model

April 18 2024

MV Agusta has announced its next model entering the ADV bike category, the Enduro Veloce. Featuring the all-new 931 cc in-line three-cylinder engine, boasting 124 hp at 10,000 rpm and 75 lb.-ft. of torque at 7,000 rpm.

The Enduro Veloce pays homage to MV Agusta’s very first off-road race win by Vincenzo Nencioni in 1946. The new model features a 21-inch front wheel, aerodynamic front mudguard, and compact tail section to emphasize the off-road capability of the bike.

The Enduro Veloce will offer Traction Control with eight levels of intervention, as well as allowing the rider to fully disengage traction control. There are two levels of braking intervention, that are managed independently from ride modes, as well as Front Lift Control and Launch Control. There are also two different ABS settings, level 1, offering less intervention on the front and even less intrusive intervention on the rear. While Level 2 is full ABS invention. Although riders can fully disengage the ABS in a custom mode and Off-Road ride mode. The Enduro Veloce will also be equipped with Cruise Control, as well as featuring a 7-inch TFT display, offering MV Ride app, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

The Enduro Veloce is equipped with Sachs 48 mm adjustable fork and in the rear, Sachs mono shock with the travel length in both the front and rear of 210 mm. Seat height is 870 mm, but can be lowered to 850 mm and offers a ground clearance of 230 mm.

There’s no word yet on when we can expect these new models to land in Canada, or of its pricing.

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