The MV Agusta Enduro Veloce Appears


When MV Agusta revealed the LXP Orioli limited-run adventure bike last year, some of us asked—whatever happened to the plans for the Enduro Veloce production model? As it turns out, it’s here now.

The company released the Enduro Veloce today, and it’s pretty much the same thing as the LXP Orioli (see our first story here). It has the same 931 cc triple with counter-rotating crank, with three valves per cylinder. It makes the same claimed 124 hp at 10,000 rpm, 75 lb-ft of torque at 7,000 rpm. This is supposed to result in a 143 mph top speed, and the bike is supposed to make 85 percent of its muscle below 3,000 rpm. Zero-to-60 is supposed to be doable in under four seconds.


There’s a six-axis IMU on the Enduro Veloce, which powers three ride modes as well as managing traction control, ABS, and other electronic safety functions—same as the LXP Orioli. The electro-options are managed by handlebar controls and the 7-inch TFT screen (which can connect to your phone via Bluetooth).

That theme, of commonality with the LXP Orioli continues through the rest of the bike. It appears to get the same fully-adjustable Sachs fork and shock. with 210 mm of travel front and rear. The steel frame seems to be the same as well, and like the flash version that launched last fall, the Enduro Veloce has a 21-18 Takasago Excel wheelset and Brembo Stylema radial monobloc four-piston brake calipers. All high-performance stuff, and we’d expect this bike to be decent off-road, although we’d love to know what the wet weight is (dry weight is 224 kg).


Alternator capacity is 450 watts, able to power lots of heated gear and accessories. The 20-liter fuel tank is supposed to have a range of more than 300 kilometers.

The biggest difference between the original limited-run machine and this bike, besides the paint job? With these machines offered through KTM’s dealer network, chances are you’ll be able to buy one (although we bet it’ll be expensive).

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