2002 Aprilia Rsv Mille 1000 on mail.2040motos
Aprilia RSV Mille 1000 description
I just purchased this hard to find incredible bike. Unfortunately I will be deploying and don't have a place to store it. I bought it from my local dealer and it has just been fully serviced and thoroughly checked out. It has new tires and a D&D full exhaust system on it. There are no known problems with the bike I am the third owner. It has never been dropped and never raced. It runs and sounds amazing. The pictures do not do it any justice in my opinion. In person it looks almost showroom new. Only a few chips from normal riding and that is it. You won't be disappointed. The bike has tons of torque and exceptional power from low end to high. I am not at all happy to be selling this bike, but I don't have a choice. My loss is your gain. I'm just looking to get close to what I paid. These bikes are very hard to find in this condition with such low miles. Good luck bidding and if you have any questions please feel free to ask .
Moto blogTue, 05 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Amidst all of the uncertainty with the future of Aprilia’s racing plans, Roberto Colaninno, chairman of the Piaggio Group, which owns Aprilia, confirmed Tuesday at EICMA that the brand was in fact making a full-fledged return to MotoGP in 2016 as a factory team. Colaninno was quoted as saying, “In 2016 Aprilia will return to MotoGP to win and match the success it had in [World] Superbikes.” Aprilia has been going through some turmoil of late when it was announced that technical director Luigi Dall’Igna was jumping ship to rival Ducati. This announcement aims to quell the turmoil and refocus the racing team’s attention.Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Photos: Milagro We’re in the process of testing Aprilia’s upgraded-for-2014 Tuono V4R ABS, but our European correspondent, Tor Sagen, beat us to the punch with the following impressions of the revised Tuono from “V4 day” at the fairly new Italian circuit San Martino del Lago near Cremona (home to Stradivarius). Look for our street-focused review in the next weeks. Ed.Mon, 27 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The historic race first-ever World Superbike Championship round in Russia provided plenty of drama with several top riders crashing out of both races and a new leader emerge in the chase for the 2012 WSBK Championship. Superpole qualifying made for four different manufacturers lining up in the first row of the grid, with Carlos Checa taking pole position for Althea Ducati ahead of Kawasaki‘s Tom Sykes, Aprilia‘s Eugene Laverty and BMW rider Leon Haslam. A slightly damp and unfamiliar track likely contributed to a number of crashes and collisions.
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