Tamburini Corse T1 – Perfecting the Already Perfect MV Agusta Brutale
Tamburini Corse is best known for restyling namesakes from Ducati, MV Augusta, Aprilia and Yamaha. The handiwork we’ve seen so far – their vision of the Ducati 1198 superbike, Ducati Monster, MV Agusta F4 and MV Agusta Brutale – has all been exceptional. Massimo Tamburini, the former big cheese over at Centro Ricerche Cagiva (CRC), a division of MV Augusta, retired in 2008 but his son Andrea is keeping the family name going strong. He is the driving force behind the Tamburini Corse T1, a naked MV Agusta Brutale with lots of carbon fiber and aluminum components.
“I hope all bike lovers will have the chance to try the new products. These will further improve the quality standard already reached by MV Agusta Corse, thanks to their exclusiveness, innovation and design,” says Andrea. We don’t have many details or any price information on the Tamburini Corse T1 yet but will provide an update when more is known. For now, just ogle at the high-res gallery.
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