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2004 Aprilia Rsv Mille R Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $6,995.00
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:3 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

Miami, Florida, US

Miami, FL, US
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Aprilia RSV photos

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Aprilia RSV tech info

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Aprilia RSV description

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I think we'll all be mourning the loss of Marco Simoncelli for a long time yet; his full potential will remain an unanswerable topic of many pub debates for years to come. But one thing's for sure: he was unique and this year he injected so much energy, plenty of controversy and a whole load of 'what ifs' to the sport. I must admit, for years I used to sacrifice whatever was happening on a Sunday to make sure I could watch the GP but this year I haven't seen every race, it just hasn't been the same: Stoner has been dominant, the grid has been embarrassingly low on numbers, Rossi has been absent and the battles have - in general - not been memorable.