Another heavy-hitter from the world of motorsports enters the commuter e-bike segment — welcome MV Agusta. The 75-year-old motorcycle maker revealed its AMO single-speed e-bike collection at this year’s e-Bike Festival in Dortmund.

MV Augusta AMO e-bikes

Three single-speed models round out the AMO set: the RR, the smaller R, and the classically styled SV. The bikes can reach speeds up to 20 mph and cover more than 45 miles on a single 4-hour charge.

AMO RR e-bike – $3,350 MSRP starting

mv augusta RR e-bike

The RR stands to be MV Agusta’s flagship e-bike — a high-contrast paint job (black/red or black/yellow), clean geometry, carbon fork, and Pirelli Cycle-e tires make this one stand out from the influx of electric commuters out there. A Mahle X35 propulsion system and undetectable Gates Carbon Drive CDX power the RR. And the carbon belt drive is said to be as silent as it is hidden.

  • Motor: Mahle X35
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Fork: Carbon
  • Brakes: Magura MT4
  • Adapters, Stem: CNC
  • Rims: Aluminum (optional carbon upgrade)
  • Tires: Pirelli Cycle-e DT Sport
  • Handlebar, Seatpost: FSA
  • Grips: Brooks Ergo
  • Saddle: Fizik Vento Argo R3
  • Crankset: Miranda
  • Pedals: Shimano
  • Belt: Gates Carbon Drive CDX
  • Gears: 55/20
  • Speed: Single

AMO R e-bike – pricing not yet available

mv augusta R e-bike

The brand calls its R model the RR’s little sister. A toned-down color choice (matte black or olive green) meets the same power and profile as the RR.

  • Motor: Mahle X35
  • Frame: Aluminum
  • Fork: Carbon
  • Brakes: SRAM Level
  • Adapters: CNC
  • Rims: Aluminum
  • Tires: Pirelli Cycle-e DT Sport
  • Handlebar, Stem, Seatpost: FSA
  • Grips: Brooks Ergo
  • Saddle: Fizik Vento Argo R3
  • Crankset: Miranda
  • Pedals: Shimano
  • Belt: Gates Carbon Drive CDX
  • Gears: 55/20
  • Speed: Single

AMO SV e-bike – pricing not yet available

mv augusta SV e-bike

The SV pairs a modern frame with the brand’s iconic Superveloce motorcycles. MV Agusta will release the SV on a limited basis and not until June 2022 — so we await more info about the model’s specs. We do know that it will be available in glossy yellow or matte red, and MV Augusta claims that the SV’s components are “of the highest level.”

The buy

MV Agusta’s R and SV models will hit the market in May and June, respectively, but the AMO RR is available now. Head to the moto maker’s site to learn more and stay up on its forthcoming e-bikes.

MVAgusta.com

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r0b0tat0ms
r0b0tat0ms
1 month ago

Engines run on combustion… these bikes do not have engines. sigh…..

HDManitoba
HDManitoba
1 month ago
Reply to  r0b0tat0ms

Lost in translation? MV Agusta is an Italian company owned and run by a Russian financier after all.