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2001 Aprilia Falco Sl1000 Super Bike, 6 Spd, Fuel Injected on mail.2040motos

$1,999
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Location:

Norwich, Connecticut

Norwich, CT
2001 APRILIA FALCO SL1000 SUPER BIKE, 6 spd, fuel injected, $1,999, image 1

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6 spd, fuel injected, Leo-Vince high performanc exhaust, low mileage, must sell, $1999. (860) 889-XXXX Norwich, CT

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Anthony West Can’t Afford to Pay to Race MotoGP, Mulls Retirement

Fri, 27 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

The 2012 MotoGP season is still months away and the world championship has already lost an entry, as veteran Anthony West announced his withdrawal from the series because he cannot afford to compete. The 30-year-old Australian racer was included on the provisional 2012 MotoGP entry list to compete for the Speed Master team on an Aprilia CRT machine. But with the official pre-season test at Sepang, Malaysia, coming up next week, West says he will not race because teams are asking riders to pay too much to race for them.

2013 Aprilia Caponord 1200 Revealed at Piaggio Dealer Meeting

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Piaggio revealed a new Aprilia adventure tourer at its dealer meeting dubbed the Caponord 1200, giving the manufacturer a competitor to the GS’s and Tigers and Multistradas of the world. Expected to launch as a 2013 model, the Aprilia Caponord 1200 features the same 1197cc  engine as the Dorsoduro 1200, which claims 130 hp at 8700 rpm and 85 ft-lb. at 7200 rpm.

Charge Up you iPhone While You Ride

Fri, 12 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Motorcyclists can now enjoy total freedom on the open road confident in the knowledge that their cell phones, GPS, MP3 players and latest generation of iPhone/iTouch devices will remain fully-charged and in-service for the duration of the ride thanks to Powerlet’s plug and play systems. “Our product line was inspired by personal experience and the realization that there were no worthwhile options for clean, reliable on-board power for cell phones, stereos and GPS devices,” says Powerlet Products founder Adam Bonislawaski. “Before we came on to the scene, riders would bust out the black tape and wire strippers and cut into their bike’s fragile wiring to tie-in a cheap cigar lighter to power their devices.