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  • Stock except full titanium race, exhaust, tune and levers plus rearsetsStock except full titanium race, exhaust, tune and levers plus rearsets (2005)
    13000 miles. Has all required service rakes are excellent but this will come with new pads. also two keys rear cowl and seat.
    2016-10-24 22:18:34
    Oroville , Washington, United States
    13,000
    5000
  • 2007 Aprilia RSV 1000 factory2007 Aprilia RSV 1000 factory (2007)
     2007 Aprilia RSV 1000 Factory! This bike is ready to ride !! Beautiful 2007 Aprilia RSV 1000 Factory with 1060 big bore kit, ported heads,Dyno tuned,full Akropovic exhaust, bars, levers, frame sliders, rear sets, Ohlins rear shock and an extra set of wheels!
    2016-06-14 15:59:42
    Middletown, New York, United States
    3
    6,250.00
  • 2004 Aprilia RSV 1000 Factory2004 Aprilia RSV 1000 Factory (2004)
    Used, with low miles (less than 4000) for a 2004.  This particular Aprilia model was almost $18K new back in 2004.  The Factory is unlike the other RSV 1000 models.  This model has OZ forged (not cast) aluminum wheels, solo seat section (no passenger seat pad or foot pegs), Ohlins fully adjustable suspension front and back, Ohlins steering damper, LOTS of carbon fiber parts (front/rear fenders, intake covers, side panels, fairing intakes, heel guards, muffler hangers, upper chain guard).  Bike has Akrapovic stainless down pipes (no cats), with Delkevic carbon fiber slip-ons and stainless midpipes, db killers removed, so they're nice and open.  Brembo full-floating front rotors with radial calipers, full stainless steel lines for brakes and clutch.  Replaced the stock clear windscreen with a Puig dark-tinted double bubble, and redid the stock seat in black suede with tri-color stitching.  Has new Dunlop tires (120/70, 190/50).  I've owned lots of v-twins (Ducati Superlight, Yamaha Bolt, several Moto Guzzis, BMW, etc), but this RSV is flat out the fastest and best handling v-twin I've ever owned.  Would like to see it go to someone who will ride it the way it's supposed to be ridden, and will appreciate what a unique bike this is:  60-degree v-twin; slipper clutch; 57mm throttle bodies; ram air with stepper valve; 140hp, 400 lbs dry weight; magnesium valve covers and clutch cover; 11.8:1 compression; dry sump lubrication; double-sided banana swingarm; 6-speed close-ratio transmission; etc.  Truth in advertising:  I had a low-speed (less than 20mph per the police report) high-side at the end of Jan (new tires), and worked with a local Aprilia shop to get it fixed.  Didn't have collision coverage at the time, so all the repairs came out of my pocket.  I sourced several parts on my own, to include replacement body work, frame sliders, mirrors, bar-end weights, and some other assorted parts, in order to save some money.  Damage was on the left side only, mainly cosmetic (per the repair estimate), but also replaced the clutch lever, left-side handlebar, gear shift, and foot peg.  Bought a Triumph Tiger while my RSV was in the shop, and found that bike to be a LOT more comfortable to ride, thus my decision to sell the RSV.  Bought a 2016 Triumph Street Twin (great bike!), so the RSV's gotta go.  Reason for selling this bike is it's just too uncomfortable for me to ride, being 56 years old.  I rode the Tiger for an hour and half recently, and felt fine afterwards.  Hopped on the RSV, and after about 10 minutes, my wrists and shoulders started to get sore, due to the position of the clip-ons.  Being 56, I guess I have to finally admit I'm past my sportbike riding days!  I have a loan on it thru Langley Federal Credit Union, so they have the title, which will be sent after loan is paid off and processed.  Last time I did this it took about two weeks to get the title, which I signed off and forwarded to the new owner.  Payment types accepted are bank checks and cashier's checks, no PayPal or personal checks.  Shipping is the buyer's responsibility, with payment in full prior to pickup.  Bike is located in Newport News (VA) if buyer wants to pick it up.
    2016-06-14 15:59:02
    Newport News, Virginia, United States
    4

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Aprilia has officially unveiled the Tuareg 660

Mon, 23 Aug 2021

The main characteristics of the new tourist enduro have become clear. The Tuareg 660 mid-size touring enduro is officially unveiled as a 2022 model. The Aprilia Tuareg 660 is the third model, along with the RS 660 sportbike and Tuono 660 naked bike, built around the new 660cc inline-two with a maximum engine power in the adventure version - 80 hp, torque - 70 Nm.

Improving the monster: Aprilia will upgrade the RSV4 Factory sportbike

Wed, 06 Nov 2019

The second generation of the Aprilia RSV4 sportbike will be released around 2021, but for now the company continues to upgrade this impressive motorcycle. As part of last year's modernization, the RSV4 Factory modification debuted with an engine that increased the capacity to 1078cc that can develop 217hp at 13,200 rpm and 122Nm and 11,000 rpm. Now, according to the current information, the monster will receive a semi-active Öhlins suspension and a new color scheme.

Aprilia will present a new sportbike this autumn

Thu, 04 Apr 2019

The company confirmed to the French publication Moto-Station that such a significant event will take place in the autumn at the EICMA Milan show. However, the final look of the motorcycle remains a mystery. Judging by the not too legible photo of the prototype that was recently caught on camera during tests, there will still be a difference between the exhibition and the road copy.

Aprilia RS660 Concept Sportbike Goes to Production

Thu, 13 Dec 2018

The Italian brand plans to turn the concept presented at EICMA 2018 into a road model. The beauty of the RS660 is rushing to the production line with leaps and bounds - a couple of pictures of the prototype undergoing track tests have been published on the Facebook social network.

Aprilia unveils RSV4 R FW-GP sportbike with technical solutions from the world of MotoGP

Wed, 07 Dec 2016

On the New Year’s Eve, the company from Noale announced the launch of a new customer program for its racing division and removed the cover from four different variants of the RSV4 “sport liter” at once. At the same time, if the first three, in fact, are machines “cut down” to meet the technical regulations of the competition (two superstocks with different degrees of “roasting” RSV4 R FW-SSTK1 and RSV4 R FW-SSTK2, as well as a superbike RSV4 R-FW SBK), then the fourth , RSV4 R FW-GP, is something special. The new Aprilia is actually created on the basis of a road bike, with an implanted engine from the RS-GP 15 grand prix car.

2015 Aprilia Caponord 1200 Rally Announced for Intermot

Thu, 25 Sep 2014

Piaggio announced it will present a new more off-road-capable version of the Aprilia Caponord at next week’s Intermot show in Cologne, Germany. The new 2015 Aprilia Caponord 1200 Rally swaps out the current model’s 17-inch aluminum alloy rims for 19-inch wire-spoke wheels, and added aluminum saddlebags, auxiliary lighting, crash bars and engine guard for better off-roading ability. The Caponord Rally also comes with the Aprilia Dynamic Damping semi-active suspension system as well as ride-by-wire throttle, three selectable engine maps, traction control, cruise control and switchable ABS.

Alvaro Bautista goes Aprilia in MotoGP

Mon, 15 Sep 2014

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.

Aprilia Officially Entering MotoGP In 2015, One Year Ahead Of Schedule

Fri, 12 Sep 2014

Aprilia has announced today that it will be re-entering the MotoGP World Championship starting in 2015, one year ahead of schedule. Aprilia has struck a four-year long partnership with Gresini Racing, which currently fields Alvaro Bautista and Scott Redding aboard Honda machinery. With rumors of Gresini’s Go&Fun sponsorship evaporating next year, the deal with Aprilia breathes new life into the team, which can now remain in MotoGP.  The press release is vague as to the machinery Aprilia will use next year, but it’s widely believed the 2015 bike will be a massaged version of the RSV4-based ART machine currently being campaigned by Danilo Petrucci.

Pirelli To Remain Tire Supplier For All World Superbike Classes Through 2018

Wed, 10 Sep 2014

Pirelli’s relationship with the World Superbike Championship started in 2004 and will carry on through 2018, as the Italian company will continue to supply tires for every class of the championship. What follows is the official Pirelli press release. Pirelli has been confirmed as the Official Tire Supplier for all classes of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship having won the tender organized by Dorna, promoter and organizer of the World Championship, in agreement with the FIM, the International Motorcycling Federation.

Matchless Making A Comeback With Model X, To Be Shown At EICMA

Tue, 09 Sep 2014

Legendary English marque, Matchless, is attempting to emulate another famous brand, Indian, by forming a comeback. After being purchased by the Malenotti family in 2012, the brand is now going through a revival. If you’re at all in tune with the fashion world, then the Matchless name might be familiar, as many A-list celebrities wear the Matchless-labeled clothing managed by Michele Malenotti.