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2010 Aprilia RSV4 Asking Price: $13,995 OR BEST OFFER Mileage: 2,600 mis Condition: Post A Free Want Ad. I'm looking for a... Aprilia RSV4 2010 or Newer Description Seller's Notes: 998 CC V-4 Body Style: Sportbike Exterior: White VIN: Request the VIN Seller's Comments Carbon Fiber Panels / Fenders / Chain guard ($1500), Leo Vince Exhaust Canister, Pazzo levers, Smoked Windscreen Options History · Accident Free · Original Owner · Maintenance Records Available · Dealer Serviced · Clean · Garage Kept · Exceptional Condition Seller Send the seller an email below to request their contact information.

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Three-Time World Champion Wayne Rainey Honored At Quail Motorcycle Gathering

Thu, 09 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Saturday, May 4 marked the 5th annual Quail Motorcycle Gathering in Carmel, California. With such a diverse collection of historical, rare and outrageous motorcycles, the Quail is an event we thoroughly enjoyed attending last year. To commemorate the occasion, this year’s guest of honor was none other than three-time 500cc Grand Prix world champion, and local area resident, Wayne Rainey.

WSBK 2013: Aragon Race Report

Mon, 15 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

BMW Motorrad Goldbet racer Chaz Davies scored his first career World Superbike double victory, taking both races at Spain’s Aragon circuit. The wins were the second and third of Davies’ WSBK career (the first came last year at Nurburgring for the ParkinGo Aprilia team) and the second ever double in the series for BMW. The Welsh rider and former AMA Pro Racing competitor has had some success at Aragon, getting his first career WSBK podium at the Spanish track in 2012.

Max Biaggi sucking on a dummy

Mon, 11 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700

You can't fault Max Biaggi's performance on the track at Misano over the weekend, bagging a double-win on hia Aprilia, but you have to question his podium celebration. We're not sure what's going on here, but suspect it's something to do with his son, who was at the track for the first time to see his old man racing. Perhaps it's Biaggi's way of dedicating his victory to his son or could it be Biaggi's way of saying he's no longer spitting the dummy, something he's earned a reputation of doing over the years.