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2010 Aprilia RS125

2010 Aprilia RS125

Aprilia RS 125 owes much more than its graphics to the race world - it is a genuine race replica for budding young riders, encapsulating all the technical expertise of the Noale based marque in the one-eighth litre class.
Aprilia RS 125 over the years has become a true milestone amongst the 2 stroke sports motorbikes that the public and critics alike continue to reward in the most important European markets, and is always the motorbike most coveted by riders who compete in the Sport Production races. As confirmation of this success, in 2009 the Aprilia RS 125 was named Motorcycle of the Year in its category by the monthly magazine “Motociclismo” and Best 125 for 2009 by the specialised magazine “In Moto” following a survey among the readers of 12 specialised magazines of the same number of European countries.

Aprilia RS 125 boasts class beating componentry and mechanicals, such as the powerful and reliable single cylinder two stroke engine which, over the years, has earned a reputation of being unbeatable in terms of both performance in the race track and reliability on the road.

The compact, ultralight RS 125 is a concentrated package of sophisticated technology: the frame and swingarm are both derived from Moto GP experience and made from ultra-stiff aluminium. An upside down front fork, the front brake with radial calliper with four, horizontally opposed pistons and the wheels with split spokes are testimony to the bike's overtly racing character. The unique equipment of the RS 125 is also completed with the analogue-digital instrument panel complete with multifunction computer, with a forged steering yoke and with an oval-section racing silencer with riveted back plates.

The Aprilia RS 125 offer young consumers the best components and technical equipment, a real concentrate of technological refinements:

  • 2 stroke engine tested in all use conditions and highly sophisticated;
  • aluminium frame and swingarm with extremely high rigidity taken from GP experience;
  • fork with reversed stanchions;
  • front brake with radial calliper with four opposing pistons;
  • fairing, top fairing and tail fairing with the same design as Aprilia superbikes;
  • crossed spoke wheel rims, the same design as RSV Factory;
  • analogue-digital instrument panel with multifunction computer;
  • forged steering yoke: design taken from the RSV Factory;
  • oval-section racing silencer with riveted back plates;