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2007 Aprilia Tuono 1000 on mail.2040motos

$9,999
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:4
Location:

Austin, Texas

Austin, TX
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Aprilia TUONO description

2007 Aprilia Tuono 1000. Garage kept. Click contact link below for more info. Engine Description: View The Rest Of This Seller's Inventory: http://www.specialtyauto.net (opens in new window)

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WSBK: 2012 Monza Results

Mon, 07 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

It was supposed to be a weekend of celebration. The World Superbike Championship was celebrating its 25th anniversary of racing at Italy’s Monza circuit. Promoters Infront Motorsports brought out 30 landmark Superbikes from the series’ history, while greats such as Fred Merkel, Doug Polen and Carl Fogarty were in attendance for what was supposed to be a weekend to remember.

Alvaro Bautista goes Aprilia in MotoGP

Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Just hours after it announced it would return to MotoGP one year ahead of schedule, Aprilia announced it has signed current MotoGP Gresini Honda rider Alvaro Bautista to a two-year contract. Bautista won the 125 World Championship for Aprilia back in 2006 and started out on the Italian company’s 125s. Now in his fifth year in MotoGP, the 29-year-old Spaniard has three third-place finishes and one pole to show for his efforts.

Charge Up you iPhone While You Ride

Fri, 12 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Motorcyclists can now enjoy total freedom on the open road confident in the knowledge that their cell phones, GPS, MP3 players and latest generation of iPhone/iTouch devices will remain fully-charged and in-service for the duration of the ride thanks to Powerlet’s plug and play systems. “Our product line was inspired by personal experience and the realization that there were no worthwhile options for clean, reliable on-board power for cell phones, stereos and GPS devices,” says Powerlet Products founder Adam Bonislawaski. “Before we came on to the scene, riders would bust out the black tape and wire strippers and cut into their bike’s fragile wiring to tie-in a cheap cigar lighter to power their devices.