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These Wheels Increase the Volume Flow of Compressed Air, which Improve Rotational Aerodynamics to Improve Ride ComfortThe Ultra-Light Design Lowers a Bike's Inertia and Gyroscopic Effect for More Powerful CorneringThey also Reduce the "Un-Sprung Mass" of the Motorcycle, thus Enabling Faster Acceleration and BrakingThe High-quality Dry Carbon Technology Design Provides a Smooth, Hard Surface and Ultimately Unique Look

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Aprilia Caponord Demo Tour To Reach 43 Cities

Tue, 20 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Aprilia has announced a coast-to-coast tour to showcase the capabilities of the new Caponord 1200 ABS Travel Pack. Beginning this Thursday, May 22, and running through through July 5, at one of Aprilia USA’s 43 participating dealerships, licensed riders can throw a leg over the Caponord and experience all that Aprilia’s latest adventure-tourer has to offer. The tour kicks off its west coast leg at GP Bikes in San Diego, CA and east coast leg in Belleville, New Jersey at Motorcycle Mall. You can find all the tour dates below, with full routing and additional information available at http://www.apriliausa.com/demotour.

2014 WSBK – Assen Results

Mon, 28 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Heavy rains and a fortuitous red flag were the difference in the World Superbike Championship‘s visit to The Cathedral of motorcycle racing, the TT Circuit Assen in the Netherlands. Aprilia‘s Sylvain Guintoli captured his second win of the season in Race 1, which was halted early by a red flag with five laps to go just as it looked like reigning WSBK champion Tom Sykes was gearing up for a final challenge. The second race was also shortened, not by a red flag but because of a rain, turning the 21-lap race into a 10-lap sprint.

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.