The first thing you notice about the Quattro Cilindri is its size—or lack thereof. It’s a tiny machine, roughly the same scale as a modern 125 GP bike, with a wheelbase of 50.5 inches, a seat that’s 26.9 inches from the ground, and a dry weight of 267 pounds. This is exactly what Ago liked—a bike that was tight, tidy, and easy to flick around. Team Obsolete also offered us the opportunity to ride an earlier, 1970 MV Agusta 350 triple. Compared to that bike, which defined a much more restrictive riding position, the Quattro Cilindri felt comfortable, almost modern. Instead of being locked into a cramped aerodynamic tuck, you can actually move around a bit on the newer bike to center your weight over the front end and shift your toes out of the way in deep corners.