2014 Aprilia Rsv4 Aprc Abs on mail.2040motos
Aprilia RSV4 APRC ABS description
Selling my Aprilia RSV4 as I have no time to ride anymore. I bought this RSV4 from the dealer in Montreal, almost new as it was the demo. It now has 4594km on it, or 2872 miles (shows how much I rode!) and it is absolutely clean. No scratches anywhere, everything in like new condition. Only item showing a bit of wear are the tires, got them second hand from a parts shop but they are still good for at least 2K miles. This bike has all the cool features: Brembo ABS brakes, ride by wire, dynamic traction control, quick shifter, launch control, and a handful of riding modes ranging from rain (power reduced to about 130hp) to race, which I've not even tried yet. In a nutshell, this bike has it all.
I am located in Montreal but can ship the bike anywhere. Winter season here but the bike is stored in a 18 C (64 F) garage. Taken out for picture only Also have a second home in Florida so I can take the bike down the EAST coast, or ship anywhere in Canada and US (I think it's about 500$ with insurance to ship anywhere in N.A.).
If you need any additional details please do not hesitate to message me! I'll be happy to provide anything else you need.
Thanks and good luck!
Moto blogMon, 13 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700
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