Serious motorcyclists who require intense speed and agility would likely want to take a closer look at the four new models being offered by Aprilia. Fitted with the exclusive Aprilia Performance Ride Control package (APRC), the RSV4 Factory Special Edition (SE) offers superbike race technology to both professional and recreational riders.
This model is derived from the RSV4, the bike that was given the 2010 World Superbike Championship Triple Crown - Manufacturer's Title, Team Title and Rider Title. This bike was driven by race pilot Max Biaggi.
To create this new model, Aprilia made use of the knowledge it had received on the track to the Dorsoduro 1200, which is a highly powerful and extremely agile, twin-cylinder motard. It offers riders a balance of performance, precision and excitement.
Dealerships will start showing the RSV4 Factory SE APRC and Dorsoduro 1200 in the spring of 2011. Perfect for novice riders, the RS4 125 is the successor and most advanced version of the RS 125.
For years, this bike dominated the 125cc sports class. It remains to be the most highly popular model among riders who compete in the Sport Production Category.
The Aprilia RS4 125 features the highly advanced, all-new 4 stroke powerplant as well as the styling and technical solutions derived from the RSV4. The long-awaited Tuono V4R was also displayed at EICMA. The Tuno V4R and the RS4 125 is set to arrive in the US at the end of 2011.