When it was introduced in 2007, the MV Agusta F4 RR 312 was the world’s fastest production motorcycles – the 312 represented its top speed in km/h, which is equivalent to about 193 miles per hour. A couple of years later, they bumped up displacement from 998 to the 1,078cc of today’s featured bike. The top speed didn’t change, but it doesn’t really matter. Hell, you could hit 87 miles per hour without even leaving first gear!
For more on this absurdly fast bike, check out this summary review from MCN.
This example (VIN: ZCGFAFVW39V009335) has just 36 miles and the seller (who does a great job photographing all angles of this bike) says it’s in showroom condition. The bike has spent all of its life in 2 private collections and is started regularly. The tires are original, the paint is flawless, and the battery was just replaced. It needs nothing to get back on the road, though I can’t imagine the next owner is going to be putting hefty miles on this pristine example.
Find this 312 for sale in Chicago, Illinois with bidding up to $6,100 and the reserve not yet met