The MV Agusta 750S America is a superbike produced from 1975 to 1977 in two engine sizes, 750 cc and 800 cc. The bike has the particular feature of being produced for no profit or industrial purposes; it was in fact intended to be produced in a limited number as it was designed to represent the emblem of Italian elite motorbikes. The 750S America has a 4-stroke engine with 4 tilted forwards 20° parallel cylinders, head and cylinders in light alloy and cast iron sleeved liners, which delivers 69 hp at 7,900 rpm. The timing system has two overhead valves per cylinder. The engine block head valves are driven by two camshafts driven by a gear cascade.