I never get tired of looking at Aprilia's RS3 Cube.I don't care about the fact it was a shit-or-bust gamble by Aprilia, that tarnished their almost immaculate GP reputation - infact that makes it even cooler.No-one expected Aprilia to enter a bike
RS3 Cube versus Desmosedici .. which one sounds best?Aprilia's RS3 Cube launch videoShakey's Aprilia RS3 Cube ... click pic to see full galleryTo celebrate the launch of the new Aprilia RSV4, the June issue of Two Wheels Only, on sale now, has
RS250 - Grand Prix Racer, 1996Black and red, Chesterfield and Biaggi, wins and tantrums…smells like Aprilia spiritThey say in racing success has a momentum all its own, breeding as it does the confidence required to carry on winning. In the early
APRILIA IS expected to return to MotoGP in 2012, if the 1000cc rule is introduced. The company is currently concentrating on World Superbikes, but is said to have already decided to make a GP return.
in the World Superbike championship, riding a factory Aprilia RSV Mille and in 2003, he struggled onboard the RS3 Cube for Alice Aprilia Racing, finishing 14th.
-fated Cube RS3. The company won the 2010 World Superbike Championship with former 250cc World Champion Max Biaggi.
10. Aprilia RS3 Cube - 2003Insane, crazy, mental, and terrifying; words that sum up the beast that was the Aprilia RS3 Cube. On paper the Cube was a revolution in Grand Prix bikes with a 990cc triple engine built by Cosworth and an electronic fly
2002 RS3 Cube...Aprilia's first attempt at MotoGPITALIAN MOTORCYCLE manufacturer Aprilia has revealed further desire to rejoin the MotoGP world championship. The company has already been involved in the series, with the ill-fated RS3 Cube, which
Superbike effort following the decision. However, the above picture, captured by Infomoto2, shows the prototype chassis that they were working on.We have compared the Moto2 bike to the their notorious MotoGP effort, the RS3 Cube, and the lines of the fairing
cracked 200 mph, with Regis Laconi on an Aprilia RS3 Cube in 2003.
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