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2009 Aprilia Scarabeo 500 I.e. Scooter on mail.2040motos

US $3,999.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:8 ColorColor: Crowd Silver
Location:

Lakeland, Florida, US

Lakeland, FL, US
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Aprilia Scarabeo photos

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Aprilia Scarabeo tech info

TypeType:Scooter PhonePhone:8664548365

Aprilia Scarabeo description

2009 Aprilia Scarabeo 500 I.E., LAKELAND 866-454-8365 REALLY NICE SHAPE.......BRAND NEW TIRES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Aprilia was the first to believe that the lightweight motorcycle was destined to return in the form an easy and fun to ride, automatic, spacious and comfortable large wheel scooter the Scarabeo. Over the years Scarabeo has become a genuine style icon with its classic-modern design.

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.

Max Biaggi Announces Retirement

Wed, 07 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Max Biaggi will retire as a champion, announcing his decision to step away from the sport after winning his second World Superbike Championship by just half a point. The man known as the Corsair and the Roman Emperor announced his retirement this morning at a press conference at the Vallelunga circuit near Rome, Italy. Biaggi ends his 21-year international racing career with six world championships, with four consecutive 250cc Grand Prix titles from 1994 to 1997 to go along with his 2010 and 2012 WSBK titles.

Old boys up front and where are the new 600 Gixers?

Mon, 28 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

As I’ve been gagging for the new race season to kick off so it was almost a pleasure getting up at stupid 0 clock to watch the World Superbike Championship  opener at Phillip Island last weekend. I have to say Messrs Burnicle and Whitham were on form although I was disappointed there were none of the usual verbal attacks on each other that always add to the entertainment.    I’m sure they will put things right soon but the world superbike regulars must have been disheartened that Moto GP veterans nailed five of the six available rostrum slots.