2016 Aprilia Rsv4rr on mail.2040motos
Aprilia RSV4RR description
I bought the bike brand new on February 2016 at La MotoWashington in Virginia and have ridden it about 1500 miles. Always kept in the secure underground garage and never ridden in the rain. I had the first service done at the dealer I bought it from with documentation provided at 700 miles. The RSV4RR is a great bike and lots of fun. But I have some old road racing injuries that cause me some discomfort in my wrist and ankle after an hour or so of riding so I want to sell the sport bike, and maybe get a cruiser or sports adventure type of bike. You can google and read all the 2016 liter bike comparison tests and the RSV4RR beats them all in overall performance and handling. Note this is the RR, not the LE or RF version so it has the cast wheels and the Sachs suspension. On the street you really won't see the differences and the others are 5K higher priced.
A new RR is 16500 at the dealer with set-up and freight charges aded in too. So at my price you are saving 3500 dollars for a bike that is broke in, serviced, and ready to go. I will include two OEM oil change kits as well, thats about a 150 dollar value. So you are good to go till the next service at 7K miles or so. If you are local or come to pick it up I'll throw in a stand for transport. Note that if you're a young guy, better check for insurance rates before you purchase it. All sales final. I have a lien on it, so the money is sent to me by you and then I wire it the same day to the lien company, then they send me the title and I sign it over to you. Its about a week or so process. If you purchase it I can leave it in the garage if you like, till it clears and I sign the title over to you. The bike is totally stock and unmodified. You are responsible for pick up and transport but I will work with your shipper to get access to the garage. If you are not too far out I can ride to your place, take my tag, and give you both keys. I have the owners manual and the items as well.
Moto blogMon, 07 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Tom Sykes snapped up a pair of wins at Magny-Cours, setting himself up in good position to capture his first World Superbike Championship at the season finale in Jerez in two weeks. The Kawasaki rider scored his series-leading eight and ninth victories of the season, giving him a commanding 37-point cushion over Eugene Laverty and 38 points ahead of Sylvain Guintoli. Sykes needs only score at least 13 points in total over the final two races at Jerez to secure the championship.Mon, 23 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Kawasaki‘s Tom Sykes won both races at Misano to stretch his championship lead to 39 points as we pass the halfway mark of the 2014 World Superbike Championship. The reigning champion scored his third double-win round of the season while his teammate Loris Baz added a pair of second-place finishes. David Salom on the Kawasaki’s factory EVO entry was also the top rider in the new sub-class for both races to top off a strong weekend for the Team Green.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.
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