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2010 Other Aprilia Rsv4 on mail.2040motos

$7,600
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:2
Location:

East Syracuse, New York

East Syracuse, NY

Aprilia Other description

I have my extremely low serial # Aprilia for sale. Never tracked, abused or seen rain.. Always garaged _ perfect in every way.. 2800 mis. Meticulously maintained with all services done.. Tires are pefectly round with no chicken strips! The bike is completely stock.. If you are serious about buying it, then feel free to email me any questions.

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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.

Aprilia RS4 125 WSBK Replica Announced – Still Waiting for North American Arrival

Wed, 18 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Aprilia announced a new replica version of its entry-level RS4 125 sportbike, making it look even more like the company’s World Superbike Championship contender, the RSV4. Unfortunately, we are still waiting for the eighth-liter sportbike to arrive in North American showrooms despite Aprilia‘s promise of a late-2011 availability. The replica version features graphics including the #3 to match the RSV4 of Max Biaggi who captured the 2010 WSBK title on the RSV4.

Aprilia USA Creates Video Honoring Space Shuttle Program [Video]

Wed, 20 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Aprilia released a video tribute to the NASA Space Shuttle Program a day in advance of the program’s final mission. On July 8, 2011, Space Shuttle Atlantis lifted off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 11:29 a.m. EDT, ushering in the end of a “30-year program of exploration, which launched great observatories, built an International Space Station, and taught us how humans can live, work and thrive in space,” says a brief description on NASA’s website of the final flight.