Several years after teasing the world with the Lucky Explorer 9.5 concept, MV Agusta has finally released details on the production version of the new LXP Orioli. If the name sounds familiar, it probably is. This motorcycle is a tribute to Edi Orioli, the legendary Italian racer who won the Paris-Dakar four times, winning the 1990 edition on a Cagiva Elefant (sic) under the care of the vehicle former owner, MV Agusta, Castiglioni brothers.
LXP Orioli will be limited to 500 versions and signed by Orioli himself before leaving the factory. Owners also receive a kit that includes the vehicle’s certificate of authenticity, weather protection, an approved Termignoni titanium exhaust with carbon fiber tips and a heat shield.
MV Agusta presents the LXP Orioli ADV 2024 bike. The man himself Edi Orioli with his LXP Orioli tribute product. What a gift from MV Agusta. The Orioli is powered by an all-new 931cc inline three-cylinder engine, counter-rotating crank, dual overhead cams with diamond-like coating (DLC) and a compression ratio listed at 13.4:1 .MV Agusta announced 124 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and maximum torque of 75 lb-ft. 85% of this volume is available from 3,000 rpm.
Features six-axis IMU, five-level (road) and two-level (dirt) corner-sensitive traction control, cornering ABS, variable engine braking, backlit switches, 7-inch TFT instrument panel, three modes driving modes and a custom mode. Pilot mode for throttle response. There’s also fixed GPS, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and Wi-Fi that works in conjunction with the MV Ride app.
The engine is wrapped in a steel alloy perimeter frame, tubular steel subframe and fully adjustable 48mm Sachs front and rear suspension. Wheel movement, respectively, is controlled manually, rather than the electronic adjustment we’ve come to expect in recent years on high-end ADV bikes.
MV Agusta launches LXP Orioli ADV 2024 bike at a price tag of over $30,000 for this limited edition MV Agusta. The Brembo has been fitted with Stylema 4-piston calipers with twin 320 mm discs at the front and 2-piston calipers clamping 265mm discs at the rear.The Orioli rides on 21-inch Takasago Excel tubeless rims in front and 18 inches. At the rear, Bridgestone supplies OEM tires for the Battlax Adventurecross AX41. MV also has an anti-roll bar, auxiliary lights, aluminium crankcase guard and 39L/32L aluminium side skirts as standard equipment.