MV Agusta Dragster 800 "Blackout" hogged all the limelight at the Motor Bike Expo in Milan, Italy. The show is underway and the exotic motorcycle manufacturer unveiled its special livery motorcycle to grab the headlines.
The MV Agusta Dragster 800 Blackout is developed jointly by the Varese-based marque and Valter Moto Components, a manufacturer of high-end accessories specialising in racing components and official partner to the MV Agusta Reparto Corse Racing team.
The Blackout is based on Dragster 800 platform and motorcycle's design is really mouth-watering. The model sports rain race tires, LED headlights and small auxiliary lights on the forks, a push to start button and pedal shaped massive front discs.The graphic design and paint work on the motorcycle is done by Tecnoart Sersan.
For making it an all-Italian affair, the motorcycle also features Rizoma parts, as well as an SC Project exhaust. MV Agusta has really been pushing the envelope with its custom models recently and now, the Dragster 800 Blackout, the best of them all stole the show.
Giovanni Castiglioni, CEO of MV Agusta, said, "MV Agusta is known world-wide as a manufacturer of motorcycle art. It's very pleasing to me to see that our brand has such a broad appeal that it has been used as a base by such renowned customizers as Walt Siegl, Zagato, Deus Ex Machina and Officine GP Design, just to name a few. I personally really like the Dragster custom designed and built by my friend Valter, it's a bike that gives me a lot of ideas."