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2018 - 2019 Aprilia RSV4 RF / RF LE

2018 - 2019 Aprilia RSV4 RF / RF LE

Aprilia Improves An Already Impressive Bike

Ahead of MY2018, Aprilia gave the RSV4 RF a significant rebuild that included a new set of Öhlins stems and beefed-up electronics along with improved anchors, all of which are driven by a race-proven, 201-horsepower V4 engine. This is a bike built for the would-be racers and fiery-eyed stoplight burners out there, and it comes with all the street-legal goodies you need to enjoy it on the public roads. If you’re into actual track use, the factory would like you to know that this machine is a full second faster than the outgoing model; take that for what it’s worth. Additionally, the factory offers the RSV4 RF in a limited-edition build with its own special design and livery that sets it apart from the standard version.

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2019 Tuono V4 1100 RR & Factory

2019 Tuono V4 1100 RR & Factory

Aprilia put together the Tuono V4 1100 range for folks who want racebike performance but have no intention of ever taking it past the parking lot at the track. The “RR” serves as the base model with the aptly-named “Factory” as a factory-custom model that pulls exclusively from the top shelf for the most discriminating elbow-draggers out there. Both versions rock newly-revamped electronics suites, but of course, the Factory takes that a step or two further, as well, with the new RSV4 superbike’s DNA in evidence across the board. If you’re looking for a street-legal bike that’s also a racer-like bike, Aprilia’s Tuono V4 line may be your Huckleberry.

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2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory

2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory

It’ll Show You In A Heartbeat Where Your Skillset Is Weak

Most of the major players have some sort of street-legal racebike on the market, and for Aprilia, that honor falls to the RSV4 1100 Factory. Aprilia pulls from the top shelf for the electronic safety and comfort systems to put together a machine that delivers track-like performance with a veritable alphabet soup of under-the-hood features. Aprilia gives you everything you need to manage the power that sets a new standard for a production V4 with over 200 ponies on tap.

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2018 - 2019 Aprilia RSV4 RR

2018 - 2019 Aprilia RSV4 RR

Envy Comes Bundled With The Standard Equipment Package

The “RR” version of Aprilia’s race-tastic 2019 RSV4 superbike is something of a dual-purpose ride. The "RR" is essentially a racebike made street-legal that can easily be set up for trackday through the use of the optional Track Kit. The liter-sized mill cranks out over 200 horsepower, and the “RR” comes with an electronics suite packed with top-shelf ride-quality gadgets to help you keep it rubber-side down.

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Aprilia's "Factory Works" has couped up a 215 hp RSV4

Aprilia’s "Factory Works" has couped up a 215 hp RSV4

It now gets its own wings, and I am not even kidding

Aprilia Racing christened its ‘Factory Works’ project which allowed customers to get access to their special, high-performance machines that begins life as the extraordinary 201 hp RSV4. It was the single most exciting thing to come out of the 2015 EICMA convention which got every moto aphrodisiac’s blood racing.

For the 2017 EICMA stand, Aprilia brings in the 2018 version of the RSV4 superbike that has been now primmed up to 215 hp, courtesy a weight saving program and some fancy equipment kits altering the engine components and bodywork.

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Aprilia Offers UK Buyers Of Aprilia RSV4 RF VIP Hospitality At Donington Park

Aprilia Offers UK Buyers Of Aprilia RSV4 RF VIP Hospitality At Donington Park

Ever wondered what it must feel like to be right smack in the middle of the action during a World Superbike race? Well, Aprilia’s giving you a chance to experience the proverbial rush of being close to the action at the Donington Park World Superbike round. All you have to do is put down a deposit on the manufacturer’s new RSV 4 RF superbike! Seems pretty easy, right?

It does come with a few conditions that unfortunately leaves us here in the US out of luck, but for our friends in the UK, the opportunity to experience the spectacle of a World Superbike race is now within reach. The expensive part is putting down that deposit and actually buying the bike, but if you’re really looking to get one, then you can be included in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

I did say there were conditions, right? Ok, the first one is that if you cancel your oder prior to attending the event, you immediately forfeit your chance to avail of the prize. It’s also non-transferable and applies only to the person who purchases the bike or drops a deposit at any authorised UK April retailer. The last condition is that transportation to and from Donington Park will come from your own pockets. If these conditions are applicable to you, then by all means, take up April on its offer and experience a World Superbike race right where the action is.

In addition to spending time in the pit garage, participants will also get a chance to meet Aprilia racer Leon Haslam, receive VIP hospitality, and score a handful of unique merchandise to celebrate the occasion.

The invitation is open to anyone but if you’re interested, you must put down a deposit before March 31, 2015.

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Aprilia HSBK Racing Team Announces Rider Line-up For MotoAmerica

Aprilia HSBK Racing Team Announces Rider Line-up For MotoAmerica

On the heels of its announcement signalling its intention to compete in the inaugural MotoAmerica season, Aprilia HSBK Racing has announced its rider lineup that will compete in the SuperStock 1000 class. With the new Aprilia RS4 serving as the team’s official ride this season, supporters of the team should be thrilled to know that Dustin Dominguez and Devon McDonough have both signed up as the team’s official riders, carrying with the fortunes of the Aprilia HSBK Racing ahead of the upcoming season.

In addition to Dominguez and McDonough, the team has also tapped the services of RSRacecraft’s Ronnie Saner to be its crew chief. Part of Saner’s task will be to help in engine development and technical services, ensuring that the team is up to task with the demands of the inaugural MotoAmerica season.

The hiring of Saner doesn’t come as a surprise to a lot of people. He’s already worked with Dominguez in the past and brings with him the experience that comes with being a grizzled veteran in the motor racing scene.

Things are definitely looking up for the Aprilia HSBK Racing team as it takes up its position as one of the teams competing to become the first ever MotoAmerica champion.

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Aprilia USA Announces Plan to Compete in MotoAmerica

Aprilia USA Announces Plan to Compete in MotoAmerica

Aprilia’s USA subsidiary has announced that it will field a team for the inaugural season of MotoAmerica after coming to terms with HSBK Racing to form the “Aprilia HSKB Racing” team.

The newly formed team will compete in the first season of MotoAmerica where it will field two riders and use the 2015 Aprilia RS4 Factory super bike as its entry into the MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 class.

Aprilia’s decision to enter MotoAmerica is a pretty smart move for the Italian bike maker as it comes at a time when the company is beginning to take important steps in becoming more involved in the US market. Having a bike competing in MotoAmerica is a good way for the company to get some mainstream attention and could be the marketing boost it needs to further bolster its sales numbers in the country.

The company has always had a problem gaining traction in the market, and a big part of that problem doesn’t really involve its own products. It’s a marketing and publicity issue and Aprilia has so far struggled to develop the right campaign to ingratiate itself to the American market.

Turns out, somebody thought of the idea of signing up for MotoAmerica as a good way to gain that attention, all while competing in the racing series that effectively takes the reigns from the AMA Superbike Series as the premier motorcycle racing series in the US.

So far, Aprilia hasn’t announced its rider line-up, but with it signing up to compete in the series, we at least know that the company is taking this new endeavor pretty seriously.

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2014 Aprilia RS4 125 Replica

2014 Aprilia RS4 125 Replica

Since it was launched back in 1993, the Aprilia RS4 125 Replica has quickly become one of the most wanted bikes in its segment. And there is no wonder why, as it delivers top notch performances in terms of power, ride and handling.

The Aprilia RS4 125 Replica shares the same racy style with the super sport Aprilia RSV4 featuring a black and red livery. It is built around a 124.8 cc, single-cylinder, four stroke, fuel injection unit which puts out a maximum power of 15 hp (11 kw) at 10.500 rpm and 1,11 kgm (10,9 nm) of torque at 8.250 rpm. All this power is transferred to the ground by means of a six speed transmission.

It is also worth mentioning that the bike rides on big, 17 inch wheels which are wrapped in 100/80 ZR 17 front and rear 130/70 ZR 17 radial tubeless tires.

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2014 Aprilia RS4 125

2014 Aprilia RS4 125

If you are looking for a small displacement sport bike, then you should take a closer look at the Aprilia RS4 125 as it has all it needs to be considered a perfect bike to learn the secrets of sport riding.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies a 124 cc, single-cylinder, four stroke, fuel injection engine which cranks out a maximum power of 15 HP (11 KW) at 10.500 rpm and 1,11 Kgm (10,9 Nm) of torque at 8.250 rpm. The unit is kept under control by Aprilia’s Quick Shift rapid gear change system and is fueled by a 14,5 Lt (3,3 Lt Reserve) fuel tank.

The ride quality is assured by a 41 mm upside-down front fork with black anodised sheaths and 110 mm stroke and a rear single shock absorber.

You also get front 300 mm steel discs grabbed by four-piston radial caliper and rear 220 mm discs with single-piston calipers.

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2014 Aprilia Mana 850 GT ABS

2014 Aprilia Mana 850 GT ABS

The Aprilia Mana 850 GT ABS is a tough motorcycle that can deal great with a wide range of activities. It was built with versatility in mind, so it features a comfortable riding position and a strong and pretty efficient engine.

Talking about the engine, the Aprilia Mana 850 GT ABS is equipped with the company’s 839.3 cc longitudinal 90° v-twin, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, single overhead cam unit with chain drive and four valves per cylinder. The engine delivers a maximum power of 76.1 HP (56 KW) at 8,000 rpm and 53.8 Lb-Ft (73 Nm) of torque at 5,000 rpm. It is mounted on a robust steel tube trellis frame which has a single piece aluminium swingarm that keeps in check the laterally-offset shock absorber. The front wheel is combined with a 43-mm upside down fork that enables a 120 mm wheel travel.

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2014 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC ABS

2014 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC ABS

The Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC ABS is one of the most wanted supersport bikes from the market. And there is no wonder why, because it is equipped with state of the art technologies is reliable to the core and looks quite stunning.

The motorcycle is propelled by a 999.6 cc, V4 Longitudinal 65°, 4-stroke, liquid cooled engine with double overhead camshaft (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder. The unit cranks out a maximum power of 184 Hp (135,3 KW) At 12.500 Rpm and 86.2 Lb-Ft 117 Nm of torque at 10.000 Rpm, and is paired with a six speed cassette type gearbox.

The engine is combined with the aPRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control) package which includes: aTC - Aprilia Traction Control, aWC - Aprilia Wheelie Control, aLC - Aprilia Launch Control and aQS - Aprilia Quick Shift.

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2014 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS

2014 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS

With its sporty stance, modern technologies and great ergonomics, the Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS is ready to reward you with a fun riding experience every time you jump on its saddle.

The motorcycle is built around a strong 999.6 cc, V4 longitudinal 65°, 4-strokes, liquid cooled engine with double overhead camshaft (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder. The unit generates a maximum power of 184 Hp (135,3 KW) at 12.500 rpm and 86.2 Lb-Ft 117 Nm at 10.000 Rpm. All this power is kept in leash by a 6-speed cassette type gearbox with multiplate wet clutch with mechanical slipper system.

The aPRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control) package comes as standard and includes: aTC: Aprilia Traction Control, aWC: Aprilia Wheelie Control, aLC: Aprilia Launch Control and aQS: Aprilia Quick Shift.

The Aprilia RSV4 R APRC ABS is priced at $15,499.

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2012 Aprilia Tuono V4 R APRC Tuono V4 R APRC

2012 Aprilia Tuono V4 R APRC Tuono V4 R APRC

Aprilia launched the 2012 Tuono V4 R APRC, a bike that’s able to deal effortless with the demands of the most hardcore enthusiasts.

The motorcycle features a dynamic body that cuts through the air with ease and is powered by Aprilia’s longitudinal 65° V-4 cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid cooled engine with double overhead camshafts (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder. The modern engine rewards you with a maximum output of 167.3 CV (123 kW) at 11.500 rpm and 111.5 Nm of torque at 9.500 rpm.

The engine is mounted on a strong yet light aluminum frame. The company says that the Tuono’s frame “ exploits the strength and flexibility of cast and pressed elements in a structure that sets new benchmarks in terms of balance and dynamic efficiency.” Shortly, that is translated into maximum torsional stiffness and flexional stiffness.

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2012 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE

2012 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE

The Aprilia RSV4 makes no compromise when it comes to agility. The motorcycle was designed to reward you with first class performance on the track but also on the road. It comes with a sporty style, modern technologies and a strong engine.

Talking about the engine, the RSV4 Factory APRC SE is equipped with a 65° V-4 unit which is combined Ride By Wire and multimap engine management. You also get adjustable traction control which is capable of self-adjusting to suit different types of tyres, wheelie control, launch control and quick shift.

The motorcycle is equipped with multi-adjustable suspensions, which consist of a front Öhlins Racing upside-down fork and a Öhlins Racing rear shock absorber developed from experience learned directly on the track. The rear shock features a piggy back nitrogen canister and adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping and length, allowing the height of the rear end of the bike to be altered to modify the set-up to suit different riding styles and tracks.


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2012 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC

2012 Aprilia RSV4 R APRC

The Aprilia RSV4 is now offered with the innovative APRC system. Apart from the APRC, the 2012 model has also received a raft of significant updates made to the engine.

The Aprilia RSV4 is powered by a sporty, narrow 65° V four-cylinder engine which is compact, liquid cooled and features double overhead camshafts (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder. The electronic management system is another example of the 65° V4 engine’s technological supremacy, while the full Ride-by-Wire technology eliminates any direct connection between the throttle grip and the throttle valves. The engine is mated on a smooth shifting six speed gearbox which is combined with a state of the art wet clutch.

The stopping power is assured by front dual 320-mm floating stainless steel discs with lightweight stainless steel rotors and aluminum flange with 6 pins and rear 220-mm discs grabbed by Brembo calipers.

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2012 Aprilia RS 125

2012 Aprilia RS 125

The 2012 version of the Aprilia RS 125 is powered by a single cylinder, two stroke, Rotax-Aprilia engine. Needless to say that the engine is fitted with all the modern technologies expected from a top manufacturer and is reliable to the core.

Among the technical features offered by the 124,8 cc unit, you’ll find a crankcase reed valve intake, liquid cooling, an anti-vibration balancer shaft and an automatic mixing system. The unit is also fitted with a catalytic converter and precision carburation which helps it meet the Euro 3 emission regulations.

The Aprilia’s RS 125 frame is made from cast aluminum alloy with cross ribbing reinforcement. Aprilia developed the RS 125’s frame using its experience in the GP 125 racing so you can expect to first class build quality. Despite its extremely light weight, this advanced structure achieves amazing tensional rigidity.

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2012 Aprilia RS4 125

2012 Aprilia RS4 125

Aprilia managed to win a lot of fans after has earned 45 world titles (36 in Moto GP, 2 in Superbike, 7 in off-road competition) and hundreds of championship races. Thus it managed to establish itself from the start as an absolute leader in the 50 and 125 super sport segment.

The company’s success had proved everyone that the Italian manufacturer has what it needs to compete against the best players in its segment and today its models are seen as reliable and modern motorcycles.

From 1993 until today, more than 100,000 Aprilia RS 125 two stroke bikes have been manufactured and sold in more than 30 countries around the world and now the model offers the newest technologies developed by the Noale manufacturer.

Power comes from a four stroke liquid cooled single cylinder engine with electronic injection and 4 valves. The engine has a total displacement of 124,8 cc and is paired with a six speed transmission.

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