MV Agusta Motorcycle Battery Replacements
Founded as an offshoot of Agusta Aviation, MV Agusta focused primarily on small café racer type motorcycles. With a winning record, including absolute domination of the 500cc world championships spanning 17 consecutive years; MV Agusta became known for attracting world class riders and the best engineers. With the death of the founding owner in 1971 the company lost its guiding force and won their last GP in 1976 and were completely out of racing by 1980; and ceased production shortly thereafter. During their reign MV Agusta won more than 3000 races and 63 world championships. After purchasing the rights to the name, Cagiva began building bikes under that name in 1997, but heavy debt forced a series of company sell-offs. Currently, MV Agusta is back in Italian hands and is back into racing and building motorcycles.