A little over a year ago, leaked photos of the MV Agusta F3 had everyone drooling about the possible production of a smaller-displacement brother to the F4. Well, the wait is over, and it was definitely worth it. In addition to the F3’s 126-horsepower, 3-cyclinder powerplant, a host of electronic features are available to enhance your two-wheeled experience. Thanks to a customizable electronics package called MVICS, the rider has access to ride-by-wire engine mapping, eight-level adjustable traction control, and anti-wheelie launch control, among a bevy of other modules that allow the owner to tweak the bike for his or her own particular riding style. The F3 will arrive stateside early in 2012, and is expected to cost around $17,000.