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2003 Aprilia Rsv 1000 on 2040-motos

$6,995
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:4000 ColorColor: SILVER
Location:

Daytona, Florida

Daytona, FL
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Aprilia RSV tech info

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Aprilia RSV description

2003 APRILIA Rsv 1000, EXCELLENT CONDITION NEVER DOWN NEW TIRES, FRESH SERVICE!!

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WSBK 2013: Magny-Cours Race Report

Mon, 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.

Max Biaggi sucking on a dummy

Mon, 11 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700

You can't fault Max Biaggi's performance on the track at Misano over the weekend, bagging a double-win on hia Aprilia, but you have to question his podium celebration. We're not sure what's going on here, but suspect it's something to do with his son, who was at the track for the first time to see his old man racing. Perhaps it's Biaggi's way of dedicating his victory to his son or could it be Biaggi's way of saying he's no longer spitting the dummy, something he's earned a reputation of doing over the years.

Aprilia Launches 2013 WSBK Campaign, Begins Life Without Max Biaggi

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.