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2012 Aprilia Rsv4 Factory Aprc Sportbike on ns1.2040-motos

US $17,899.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Flame Red
Location:

Maumee, Ohio, US

Maumee, OH, US
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Aprilia RSV4 Factory tech info

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Aprilia RSV4 Factory description

2012 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC, Created with the single-minded goal of being simply the best on the track and on the road, since its inception the Aprilia RSV4 has astonished the world with its looks, technology and performance. The first 65 V-4 engine ever in a sports production bike, a chassis worthy of a 250 GP, Ride By Wire, multimap engine management: all these are accomplished achievements for the Aprilia RSV4, that tops unique architecture and specs with Aprilia's signature excellent rideability brought to the next level.MSRP: $22499

Moto blog

Aprilia Introducess 2012 World Superbike Team of Biaggi, Laverty and the RSV4

Tue, 07 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Aprilia officially presented its 2012 World Superbike Championship team in Milan, Italy, showcasing its RSV4 superbikes as well as factory riders Max Biaggi and newcomer Eugene Laverty. For Biaggi, the Roman Emperor says he feels motivated to rebound from a difficult 2011 season and regain the title he won in 2010. “It doesn’t matter how many seasons we have under our belts and how many titles we’ve won.

Ioda Racing Unveils Aprilia RSV4-Powered MotoGP CRT Race Bike

Mon, 12 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Italy-based Ioda Racing presented its 2012 MotoGP and Moto2 race bikes including the Aprilia RSV4-engined TR003 prototype. The Ioda Racing TR003 machine (pictured above, to the left) uses a trellis-frame produced in-house while the engine is based on the RSV4′s 999cc V4 powerplant. The team will compete as CAME IodaRacingas a Claiming Rule Team entry.

WSBK 2013: Monza Race Report

Mon, 13 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Eugene Laverty and Marco Melandri split a pair of victories at Monza but the most biggest news from the World Superbike weekend was a strange series of appeals after Race Two that saw Tom Sykes finish third, relegated to fourth and then reinstated on the final step of the podium. The unusual mix-up occurred after Sykes, sitting in third place, ran off track and into the run off area on Turn 5 on his final lap. The Kawasaki rider returned to the track again in third place where he finished ahead of Aprilia‘s Sylvain Guintoli.