Aprilia RS 125 (1998 - present)

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Aprilia RS 125 (1998 - present)
Handling is very good - all it takes is a psychotic teen to make these fly - but the suspension feels crude

Our Review

Reviewed: 20 September 2010 by Visordown
Before riding this bike I was really excited. I always look forward to riding new bikes, but the Aprilia RS 125 is one of a dying breed: a two-stroke race rep. If you want a bike to tickle your senses then it's a two-stroke every time. And for the last 14 ...  Continue reading

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6 user reviews of Aprilia RS 125 (1998 - present) See all

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I bought a 2003 RS to run as the car was costing me an arm and a leg. Contrary to many people, I never really had any mechanical issues in 4 years of ownership. On the other hand, I spent a similar amount on ma Continue reading...
can not get this grim off my face. only just got the bike after tears of wanting one. so far i have blown up 2 4 strokes broke a tzr and just sold a honda nsr 125. i picked up tge rs in darlington and had to ri Continue reading...
can not get this grim off my face. only just got the bike after tears of wanting one. so far i have blown up 2 4 strokes broke a tzr and just sold a honda nsr 125. i picked up tge rs in darlington and had to ri Continue reading...
Not the highest power/capacity ratio but surely it does have the biggest smile/capacity ratio.

It requires a different approach to riding, because under 8K RPM you'll be bored out of your mind. So keeping t Continue reading...
The Aprilia rs 125 can be unpredictable and expensive to run. But you just cant put a price on that smile on your face you still getting months on after purchasing this bike. Continue reading...

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The only thing wrong with these bikes that is if they are treated wrong they can be extremely temper mental. Mine is having the chrisis at the moment just for 1 stupid wiring loom.

Posted: 02/10/2009 at 23:09



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Great looking and much better handling than the competition.
 
Fragile engine, will almost certainly have been crashed.
  • Price: £3885.00
  • Year: from 1998
  • Top speed: 101mph
  • Price new: 3885
  • Engine capacity: 124.5cc
  • Power: 28bhp
  • Torque: 14.3lb ft
  • Weight: 125kg
  • 0-60: 5 seconds

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