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NFL Stars Riding MV Agusta Bikes in New Nike Campaign

Sports equipment manufacturer Nike has recently teamed up with Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta for the new advertising campaign dedicated to the stars of the NFL. Nike used the new F4 superbike to promote its all-new Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly TD cleat and its Vapor Jet Gloves.

Dubbed “Speed is Everything,” the campaign runs under the “get fast or get forgotten" motto, encouraging customers to go full speed.

Steve Breaston of the Arizona Cardinals, Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions, Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans, DeSean Jackson of the Philadelphia Eagles, Troy Polamalu of the Pittsburgh Steelers, five superstars from the National Football League posed on the new MV Agusta F4 for the famous clothing brand’s campaign.

The new 186 horsepower MV Agusta F4 boasts a newly engineered in line 998cc 4-cylinder engine complete with twin shower fuel injectors assisting each cylinder. Other standard features include a new electronic injection system featuring 49 mm throttle bodies with a patented Torque Shift System (TSS), allowing variable lift intake.

The impressive machinery is fitted with a new Magneti Marelli 7 SM ECU and 4-1 valve exhaust system with a new single sided swingarm. Other brand new standard features present include a Traction Control MK II system with eight varying levels of adjustability along with a twin-map ECU. For more information on the MV Agusta F4 superbike you can visit this link.

“A mix of power and speed that represents the connection between the most coveted sports bike in the world and one of the most popular sports on the planet,” a statement from MV Agusta reads. “A partnership that underlines MV Agusta’s style and appeal, a unique product for technology and performance that is appreciated around the world.”

If you're interested in Nike's new items, you should know the Vapor Jet Gloves sell for $40, while the Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly TD cleat retail for $130. However, if your esyes are on the MV Agusta F4, then you'll have to spend some extra $18,500.
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