Aprilia have relased this video of their new - not as trick at the RSV4-Factory - RSV4-R. Check it out, we want one!
THIS is the first official picture of the new Aprilia RSV4 R, leaked from Italy.With Aprilia, Factory is the term they use for their top-spec bikes. Unless you count the original 1998 RSV Mille; in which case the RSV 'R' was the top-spec bike
Leo Vince are releasing four exhaust systems for the new RSV4, two slip-ons and two full systems. The compact SBK-Factory silencers are 100% titanium construction, oval design with unique squared off tops and bottoms, shed kilo's of weight when
Take one Aprilia RSV4 Factory. Find corner. Gas it past local on a Fazer 600. Go too fast into corner. Remove mud and grass from 15 grand superbike's radiator. Easy.
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.
Spotted this Aprilia RSV4 showing off its fancy new paintjob. I'm guessing it's based on the Jeff Koons M3 GTS that raced at Le Mans in 2010, pictured right. I love the car, the paint makes it look like it's going at 150mph even when it's standing
group, from the exotic Aprilia RSV4 Factory to the stunning Moto Guzzi Griso and the stylish Vespa scooter range. A buffet lunch will be provided and special offers and exclusive promotions will be announced on the day.In Moto is open from 08:30am-6pm
conference.But it wasn't his efforts in GPs that I'll remember him by; it was his one-off ride in World Superbikes.Fresh from his GP250 championship, Aprilia offered him the ride on an RSV4 at Imola. He was up against plenty of talent but clearly he was going
These spy shots show what is almost certainly a developmental new Aprilia Tuono based on the firm’s recent RSV4 Factory superbike engine and chassis. The bike was snapped lapping the Misano circuit, the circuit at which Aprilia launched the RSV4
- Page 1We sent James Whitham to Portiamo to test out the 2009 World Superbikes for Visordown magazine. Unfortunately, Suzuki didn't provide a bike and a Spanish journo stacked the Aprilia RSV4 before Whit got to sling a leg over it, but he did ride
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