DREAMING ALLOWED: Fly in pure MV Agusta Style

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With the new range of exclusive MV Agusta-branded TecknoMonster travel accessories

Varese, April 2, 2020 – Spirit of freedom is a trait of character common to all riders across the world. While longing to return to our globe-trotting lifestyle, we can only dream and wait. But in the meanwhile we can also get prepared and kit ourselves out in style with MV Agusta’s distinctive and exclusive range of luxury TecknoMonster cabin trolleys and backpacks, specially designed for the brand’s VIP merchandise collection.


MV Agusta teamed up with TecknoMonster, the Italian-based manufacturer of aerospace-derived luxury travel accessories, to design and produce unique luggage bearing the MV logo. This incredible collection featuring aerospace-grade carbon-fibre and titanium, is entirely hand-crafted in Northern Italy.


The two super light backpacks in the collection come in a combination of carbon-fibre and Alcantara fabric or hand-stitched calf-leather, with a number of zippered inner pockets for laptop computers and tablets.


The cabin trolleys are available in different sizes, and come in a choice of titanium, aluminium or carbon-fibre in combination with soft-carbon Jaquard fabric for the lining and leather corners. Precision ball-bearing wheels and three-stage handle mechanisms contribute to making these unique pieces the perfect companions for the most demanding travellers.


“Mv Agusta has always been part of my life. I used to follow “the legend” Giacomo Agostini’s races and victories with great passion ” says Giacomo Valentini, founder of  TecknoMonster, “the collaboration between TecknoMonster and MV Agusta goes to show how much of the Made in Italy industry’s DNA belongs to the Varese area and its craftsmanship. The use of aerospace materials such as carbon fibre and titanium allowed us to create a new luxury perception.”


Claudio Quintarelli, Head of After Sales, MV Agusta Motor S.p.A., commented: “We are proud of introducing this new addition to our merchandise collection. These unique pieces of Italian craftsmanship, hand-made in the heart of Lombardy’s aerospace district, are the perfect matching to our style and tradition. I am sure they will meet the appreciation of many MV Agusta fans and enthusiasts around the world.”

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