MV Agusta brings two enduros to the market

MV Agusta announces the Lucky Explorer Project, confirming its entry into the adventure segment. According to rumors, they are working on two enduros.


MV Agusta confirms rumors

Rumors that MV Agusta wants to enter the adventure segment have been around for a long time. Timur Sardarov, head of MV Agusta, has even fueled them himself in between and a prototype is also said to have already been seen near the Aprilia factory in Shiranna.


Enthusiasts can actively participate

MV Agusta has now also sent out a newsletter in which they promote a special “Lucky Explorer Project” forum. They are talking about a multi-faceted initiative that aims to rally passionate rally and off-road racing enthusiasts around Schiranna’s unforgettable legacy of epic participations and victories in the great African rallies of the Golden Age. They would like to invite Lucky Explorer enthusiasts worldwide to actively participate in the project, whatever that might mean. They want to offer special content and exclusive previews to this select group.


Cagiva Elefant – prototype at EICMA

If you follow the link in the mail, you get to see a video summary of various rallies, where the Cagiva Elefant can be seen in the desert. Cagiva is now part of MV Agusta.

Apart from the possibility for a registration, in order to receive regularly further information, also to the EICMA one refers, on which probably a first prototype is to be shown.


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