Motorcycle MV Agusta Brutale 800 - Unique Piece
BNL Gruppo BNP Paribas and MV Agusta are auctioning a “Brutale 800”, donated by the illustrious Italian motorcycle brand and with a very special coating.
Giacomo Agostini will personally deliver the bike to the winner and autograph it with a dedication.
All the proceeds will go towards the Telethon Foundation, in order to promote research for curing rare genetic diseases.
This is a unique piece with an exclusive ruby red and silver color. The gas tank has graphic elements of the Telethon logo (a big “T” made up by a trail of 3 stars) and which form a balanced and dynamic texture.
As this is an exclusive model with a certificate of origin in parchment and a silver plaque applied to the plate of the steering wheel.
BNL Gruppo Paribas is offering a personalized YouPass contactless prepaid card with the image of the Brutale 800 and the MV Augusta and Telethon logo, to those who participate in the auction. The card allows you to withdraw money and make purchases all over the world and on the Internet through the MasterCard circuit. It’s free of charge and issued to those who participate in the auction. It can also be reserved by all motorcycle lovers, by contacting the BNL toll free number 800.98.99.99
Type Three-cylinder, 4-stroke, 12-valve
Distribution Double overhead camshaft
Displacement 798 cm3
Compression ratio 13,3:1
Maximum speed 245,0 km/h
Terms: The winning bidder will be notified via e-mail. Transportation costs are not included. If you have any doubts, write to us at email@example.com or call us at 02 49762138.
Live a Dream, Make a Change!
Since 1990, we have been investing in the best research to find cures for rare genetic diseases. Because these diseases are so rare, often times there is no research being done on them, never mind therapeutic options or a cure.
We want to change this state of affairs because we believe that every person is worth fighting for.
We focus on transforming the results of excellent scientific research projects, selected and supported over time, into accessible treatments.
Finding a cure is not the final destination but a new starting point. We have to make every possible effort to guarantee that successful forms of treatment discovered through the research funded by Telethon are then made available to all patients.
For this reason we also work to develop partnerships with public health care institutions and pharmaceutical companies, so that the results of our research will translate to treatment and medicine accessible to all patients worldwide.