Varese firm proving it does a lot of work for charidee mate
It’s August, which means 99 per cent of Italians are on their hols somewhere, eating gelato, lying on beaches looking fab, and waltzing past fuming English tourists in passport queues.
But not all of them it seems – the good folks at the MV Agusta factory in Varese have been doing their bit for charity. They’ve only gone and produced a one-off custom F3 800, painted in UNICEF colours, and donated it to an auction raising funds for the United Nations’ UNICEF charity.
UNICEF helps kids in need all round the world, and all proceeds from the sale of the 150bhp triple will go to fund various aid projects worldwide. Top work from the Agusta guys we say.Enjoy more Fast Bikes reading in the four-weekly magazine. Click here to subscribe.