Aprilia SXV450 description
2007 Aprilia SXV450 VDB for sale. This is a original Factory VDB (#29).
Please do not confuse with a standard SXV - this is a factory built VDB supermoto and are few and far between. If you know these bikes, you'll know what the difference is (if not please do not hesitate to contact me).
The bike has been imported from Germany to Norway, and has been imported to Germany from England. Bike has not been used more than 3-4 hours by me the past two years. This is my second Aprilia SXV, and I couldn't be happier with my choice. Powerful, reliable and amazing bike as long as it get's it regular maintenance.
The bike is fully working, but has a few scratches here and there. The bike has been used for its purpose in England and Germany. I have just been using the bike to play around on the local go-cart track.
Some of the upgrades:
Selling the bike so I can focus on the roadracing, currently got four bikes and some of them needs to get ridden more often.
I can assist you getting the bike shipped, but must be arranged by you. If you know these bikes you'll know what they're worth. Bike is currently located in Norway.
If you got any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
Moto blogTue, 06 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800
After gaining experience from GP and supermotard circuits, Aprilia has designed and produced the Aprilia SMV750 Dorsoduro. Named after an area of Venice, the Dorsoduro utilizes a derivative of Aprilia’s 92 hp 750cc liquid-cooled engine with a second generation ride-by-wire control system. With the US debut of the mid-size SMV750 Dorsoduro, the Italian manufacturer now offers American riding enthusiasts a lightweight, high-performance V-Twin streetbike that combinesall the benefits of supermoto styling and riding position with precision handling and race-bred technology.Thu, 07 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Aprilia opened a new chapter in its racing history, unveiling its team livery for the RSV4 for the 2013 World Superbike Championship. The 2013 season will be the first since the Italian brand returned to WSBK racing in 2009 without “the Roman Emperor” Max Biaggi who retired at the end of last season after winning his second title in three years on Aprilia’s flagship V4 sportbike. Despite the departure of Biaggi, who is moving up to the broadcast booth to cover WSBK for Italian television, Aprilia hopes to remain a title contender with the returning Eugene Laverty and the newly-signed Sylvain Guintoli.Sat, 26 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700
I was delving around old press kits and found this Aprilia Enjoy, electric push-bicycle from 10 years ago. It had a top speed of around 20mph and a range of (probably) about 25 miles. But who cares?
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