[July 26, 2012]
The Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC Carbon Special Edition is a unique motorcycle which represents the very best in specification available from Aprilia and our technical partners.
The Carbon SE is a limited edition superbike that begins with the top of the range Aprilia RSv4 Factory APRC. Its then made lighter, faster, and if its possible, even more desirable.
Technical collaboration between Aprilia, the Aprilia Racing Department, Ohlins and Akrapovic combine to create a truely special, limied edition Aprilia Superbike.
The sweetest riding chassis on the planet, the awesome performance of Aprilia's V4 engine, and Aprilia Racings amazing APRC Rider Assist electronics system - all wrapped up in a totally unique, individually numbered, carbon fibre body.
[Febr 24, 2011]
During the first real photoshoot of the 2011 World Superbike season, Max Biaggi finally displayed the #1 plate that he’ll be using and you can see, if you look hard enough, that it incorporates his favourite #3 racing number in it.
Max Biaggi World Superbike Champion 2010 with the RSV4 Aprilia!
[Sept 26, 2010]
Thanks to the fifth place earned in race 2, Biaggi brought the point gap to 63 points between him and Leon Haslam (Suzuki), who was the last rider in contention for the title (413 to 350). A gap impossible to fill with only the French round at Magny Cours to go until the end of the season. Max Biaggi – with his fifth title after four consecutive world championships, from 1994 to 1997 in the 250 class – is the first Italian World Superbike champion.
[July 06, 2010]
There will now be one more RSV4 machine on the starting-grid at Brno following a last-minute decision by the Pata B&G Racing Team to switch machinery from Ducati to Aprilia. Czech rider Jakub Smrz therefore will now be lining up for his home round on the proven race-winning RSV4 bike while the joint team managers Marco Borciani and Mirco Guandalini have bigger ambitions for the second half of the season.
"We really wanted to reach this deal," declared Borciani and Guandalini. "We are confident that as a result of this collaboration, we will be able to prepare for Smrz the best machine in Superbike, if we look at the overall standings."
[May 09, 2010]
After Biaggi sets superpole, breaking the speed record at 326.9 km/h and taking the double win in Monza, Aprilia officially launched it's new model. Is there a better moment to promote your bike with such performance? I don't think so Cool. Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you the Aprilia RSV4 Biaggi Superbike replica!
[May 04, 2010]
This weekend’s upcoming round of the World Superbike Championship at Monza will not only see Yukio Kagayama debuting with the famous Yoshimura Suzuki racing team, but also an Italian CIV team.
Fabrizio Pellizzon and Federico Sandi who race in the CIV championship for Team Gabrielli and will wild card in the fifth round with their official Aprilia RSV4 F machines.
[May 01, 2010]
MotoBlog.it is reporting that Aprilia is set to release a race-spec replica of its RSV4 superbike.It is not yet clear whether there will be a version approved for road use but it will soon be available replication of the track ready Aprilia RSV4 in World Superbike racing with Max Biaggi and Leon Camier. Artwork, electronics, chassis, hull, engine: all equal to two bikes at each stage of SBK fighting for first place...
[April 04, 2010]
Motorcyclists from 12 countries voted the Aprilia RSV4, the Superbike that set a new benchmark for engine and chassis performance both on the road and in the World Superbike (WSBK), the best sportbike of 2010. The Aprilia RSV4's two road versions "Factory" and "R" won hands-down in a survey among over 100,000 readers of the Italian monthly magazine In Moto and other 11 popular motorcycling magazines: Motorrad (Germany), Motociclismo (Spain), Moto Journal (France), Motoplus (Holland), Töff (Switzerland), Motorevija (Croatia), Motor Revü (Hungary), Motocykl (Czech Republic), Motocykl (Poland), Univers Moto (Romania) and the Brazilian magazine Motociclismo....
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