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2008 Aprilia Scarabeo 500 Scooter on mail.2040motos

$3,100
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:8
Location:

Scottsboro, Alabama

Scottsboro, AL

Aprilia Other description

This bike has less than 8500mis, just serviced, garaged, never dropped 120 MPH automatic list for 7.999 new this is not a small scooter, is more like a motorcycle is a Euro scooter Engine Type Single-Cylinder Engine Stroke 4-Stroke Cooling Liquid Valves four Valves Per Cylinder four Valve Configuration SINGLE OVERHEAD CAMSHAFT Compression Ratio 10.5:1 Starter Electric Fuel Requirements Regular Fuel Type Gas Transmission Type Continuously Variable (CVT) Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) Belt Front Tire (Full Spec) 120/70 R15 Rear Tire (Full Spec) 140/60 R14 Front Brake Type Dual Disc Rear Brake Type Disc Wheelbase (in/mm63.2 / 1605 Fuel Capacity 3.2

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Results From Day 2 Of World Superbike Testing At Phillip Island

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

World Superbike testing at Phillip Island came to a close today, and when the dust settled, reigning champion Tom Sykes stamped his authority, setting the fastest time of the test at 1:30.239, just five thousandths shy of the outright lap record held by Carlos Checa. The time was set during the morning session of testing, though nobody was able to best Sykes for the remainder of the day. Eugene Laverty, who was fastest on day one, showed his pace was no fluke as he stayed near the top of the time sheets, ultimately finishing second behind Sykes, with a best time of 1:30.513.

Aprilia SRV850 Maxi-Scooter Gets Optional ABS and Traction Control

Wed, 20 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Aprilia announced it will produce a new version of the SRV850 maxi-scooter with an anti-lock braking system and traction control. The Aprilia SRV850 ABS/ATC is the latest scooter from the Piaggio Group to include both technologies, following the Piaggio BV350 and the Piaggio X10. The Aprilia SRV850 uses a sensors located in both wheels.

Aprilia Files Appeal for Monza Race 2 WSBK Results

Thu, 16 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

As expected, Aprilia has filed an appeal with the International Motorcycling Federation‘s International Disciplinary Court for the finish to the second race of the past weekend’s World Superbike Championship round at Italy’s Monza circuit. The race ended in controversy stemming from Kawasaki‘s Tom Sykes running wide on a corner and missing a chicane on the final lap. Sykes was in third place at the time ahead of Aprilia‘s Sylvian Guintoli, and was able to return to the track ahead of Guintoli, crossing the finish less than a second ahead of the Aprilia rider to take third place.