MV Agusta has released a special F3 800 in aid of Unicef


Proceeds from the special version of the bike in the amount of € 100,000 went to a children’s charity Unicef.

In Porto Cervo, Sardinia, last Friday held an auction, which among other lots were sold to one of a kind F3 800 in a bright livery with the logo of the international charitable organization. It was purchased by one of the collectors. Also here exhibited many unique works of art, the proceeds of which went to the Foundation for children.


CEO of MV Agusta Timur Sardarov said:

“I’m so happy that our special F3 800 for Unicef Italia found such a generous customer.”

“All our bikes are hand-made, and this requires an incredible amount of pride, excitement and experience. This F3 800 is unique, and everyone who worked on the bike feels proud that he served a great cause. I want to thank you for giving us the opportunity to support children in need of assistance”.

Released in 2013 F3 800 is equipped with a 798-CC liquid-cooled engine. Its capacity is 148 BHP Model competes with such motorcycles as the Ducati Panigale 959 and the recently announced Triumph Daytona 765.

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