The Deus Ex Machina MV Agusta “Ago TT” was commissioned by the Italian marque to showcase its illustrious racing history. This custom Brutale 800 RR is nothing if not nimble, featuring 140hp and a curb weight of 370 lbs. The bike is named for the legendary motorcycle racer Giacomo Agostini, who won 13 Grand Prix championships and 10 Isle Of Man TTs between 1966 and 1973, and the track-focused build means there are no headlights, turn signals or license plate. Instead, there are sweeping curved pipes that reference MV Agusta race bikes from the ’70s, sourced from 27-inch megaphones from Cone Engineering that are made with 30 small sections braised back together. There’s also a custom fuel tank made with seven separately shaped pieces of aluminium alloy, along with a matching fabricated seat with the electric components concealed in the rear cowl. Pirelli racing tires, Öhlins USA monoshock and Rizoma rear sets — topped off with a striking red paint job — complete the look.