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2006 Aprilia Scarabeo 50 on mail.2040motos

$1,899
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:7300 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Austin, Texas

Austin, TX
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Aprilia Scarabeo tech info

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Aprilia Scarabeo description

2006 Aprilia Scarabeo 50, Spider Man. - 2006 Aprilia SR Ditech 50 and Scarabeo 50: Fuel Sippers with Big Bike Style and Technology From the perfect race racetrack pit bike or beach transport to an ideal SUV or RV mount, Aprilia’s 50 cc scooters are smart and stylish travel accessories. For 2006, Aprilia offers two 50 cc scooter versions, the RSV 1000 R inspired two-stroke SR Ditech 50 and the classic-styled four-stroke Scarabeo 50.

Moto blog

De Puniet, Espargaro to Ride Aprilia-powered Aspar CRT MotoGP Racebike

Fri, 25 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

The Aspar racing team announced the signing of Randy de Puniet and Aleix Espargaró to compete in the 2012 MotoGP World Championship on a CRT racebike powered by Aprilia engines. De Puniet (pictured above with his Playboy model girlfriend Lauren Vickers) rode a mystery race bike for Aspar this week at a MotoGP test, believed to be a modified version of Aprilia‘s WSBK-spec RSV4 with MotoGP-issue Bridgestone tires and carbon brakes. CRT rules require the use of a prototype chassis, so the Aspar machine cannot use the RSV4′s chassis.

Aprilia RSV4 R Preview [video]

Mon, 28 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Aprilia has revealed the latest version of its potent new literbike, the RSV4 R. The R retains the same 65-degree V-4 engine (with 180 claimed horsepower) and the aluminum chassis as the previously unveiled “Factory” version but uses a few lesser-spec components to keep the costs down. More info, photos and a video after the jump.

Small steps to a bright future

Tue, 16 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0800

A small but very significant addition to the BSB paddock in 2010 has been the Racing Steps Foundation GP125 team.  RSF is an organisation founded by wealthy businessman Graham Sharp, to help talented youngsters with no funding make their way up the motorsport ladder. As a boy, Sharpe wanted to become a racing driver but soon realised without a serious amount of cash, this was virtually impossible. He never forgot this dilemma so is now in the business of making dreams come true for young UK racers in Karting, GP2 and Motorcycle Racing.