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
Having grown up in the 90s, I suppose I'm one of the lad's mag generation and here are two icons from the same era: Jo Guest and Aprilia's RS250. If you count the Microns, then that's three ...sob!I wonder whatever happened to Jo Guest (and Micron
Max Biaggi trying incredibly hard in Austria in 1994, his first championship-winning season on the Aprilia 250Biaggi's stunning RS250 Works GP machine ... click pic to see full gallery and download the wallpaperTo celebrate the launch of the new
This work-of-art RS250 based special punts out 130bhp from its modified RG500 engine. The sheer amount of work and attention to detail in this special is incredible. The spec sheet is endless, but the key points are: 127bhp @ 10,400rpm, 70ft
Aprilia have produced this tribute video to celebrate Max Biaggi's first win on the new Aprilia RSV4 superbike. The whole Racing Division of Aprilia turned out to celebrate Biaggi's win back at the Aprilia Factory at Noale.
the firm would make any new 250cc sports bike a two-stroke, sadly ruling out the return of the RS250, the idea of an RS4 250 is still an intriguing one.
this bike is designed to make it the ultimate track weapon and unlike the RS250, it’s one that will start every time and run sweet as a nut due to its four-stroke motor. And if you find it a bit slow you can always stick a WSS-spec CBR engine in it! Due
-on motocross bike to the epitome of commuting, Honda’s VFR800, via a future classic Suzuki GSX-R750 SRAD to a current classic Honda 400-Four with the divergence of a Kawasaki Z750 and the barking insanity of Aprilia’s two-stroke RS250, all of motorcycling
for many, but the £3000 cap means you can own a legend or, if you're feeling adventurous, make your way through the whole list. That's me on the left on my RS250 in 2003. I loved that bike, it taught me to embrace corner speed and it made me realise
motorcycles in the world in this class, it's amazing. I think it's important to jump in head first and see what happens."Last year she took part in the USGPRU 250GP class on a Honda RS250, coming away with two pole positions, a win, and a third place finish
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