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2013 Aprilia Rsv4 Factory Aprc Factory Aprc Abs Sbk Se on mail.2040motos

$22,999
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
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Aprilia RSV4 Factory description

2013 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC, From Aprilia's domination in the world superbike championship, the motorcycle that already set new standards for the supersports street bike genre: Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC.A symbol of the ???race ready??? bike, RSV4 Factory APRC is even faster and safer on the track today thanks to the APRC dynamic controls package.Three innovative systems patented by Aprilia which constantly monitor the dynamic conditions of the bike and operate on the engine control to support the rider in reaching maximum racing speed.

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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.

2011 Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE vs. 2010 Nissan GT-R [Video]

Wed, 22 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Aprilia, has posted a YouTube video showing a battle between the company’s flagship sportbike, the RSV4 Factory APRC SE, and a Nissan sportscar, the GT-R. We’ve seen a number of these bike vs. car videos before, but they always strike me as a little suspect, as you never know if the pilot of either vehicle is really trying their best, or not, to win the race.

It's just an Aprilia RS3 Cube

Mon, 21 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

I never get tired of looking at Aprilia's RS3 Cube. I don't care about the fact it was a shit-or-bust gamble by Aprilia, that tarnished their almost immaculate GP reputation - infact that makes it even cooler. No-one expected Aprilia to enter a bike into the four-stroke category, their heritage in GP dictated that their interests lay in two-strokes, but what was more left-field than Aprilia's entry?