Justin Bieber's fame and fortune did not prevent him from having a bad 19th birthday that he celebrated on Friday March 1st which he later tweeted as his worst birthday, then the poor teen idol was booed by his Beliebers when he took to the stage two hours late for his London concert, but at least Bieber received one awesome birthday gift, a MV Agusta F3 675, from his father Jeremy.
The pop singer already owns an Italian machine, a black Ducati 848 EVO, while the F3 will be a new addition to his garage.
Justin’s father wanted to give his superstar son some something special and as he said on a video on YouTube, what do you get someone who has everything and in this case it was a one-off MV Agusta F3 Supersport bike, that can tip 260.0 km/h (161.5 mph) and has ride by wire and 8 levels of traction control.
Justin’s father contacted Canadian importer Motovan expressing his desire to give the most prestigious motorcycle in the world to his superstar son for his birthday. Once MV Agusta’s President Giovanni Castiglioniand Motovan Corporation's President James Paladino learned of the request, they were really honoured to be a part of this.
“I would like to thank MV Agusta and Motovan as it has been a pleasure to work with them on this very special project. Their quick response for the delivery of this exclusive Italian motorcycle gave us the time needed to personalize the F3 675 into what it is today” said Jeremy Bieber.
Canadian designer, Lucent AC was given the task of personalizing the motorcycle in the theme of Bieber’s favourite superhero, Batman and no Bieber detail was overlooked, from the custom matt black paint job, a gas tank that reads 35 mil. followers on it - in tribute to the number of the Biebs Twitter followers, his #6 hockey number, even his crown chest tattoo is on it, as are the classic Batman symbols, but probably what makes it stand out even more are the blue illuminated Batman and JB signatures.
The motorcycle will be on display for the first 2 weeks of March at The Museum in Kitchener, Ontario, just outside Justin Bieber’s hometown.
Will having a teen celebrity like Bieber riding the Italian machine actually help the manufacturer sell more bikes? That no doubt will be a question that many will ask themselves.