Sunday, January 8, 2012

2012 Aprilia RS4 50 Review

2012 Aprilia RS4 50 Review
2012 Aprilia RS4 50
APRILIA SPORT BIKES: WINNING DNAIn its short history, Aprilia has earned 48 world titles (37 in Moto GP, 2 in Superbike, 9 in off-road competition) and hundreds of championship races, to become the most victorious Italian and European brand in just a short period of history in Moto GP.
On Aprilia 250 and 125 bikes in the RS series (RS, RSV, RSW and RSA) riders such as Biaggi, Rossi, Melandri, Stoner, Lorenzo rode to their first great triumphs.
2012 Aprilia RS4 50 Model Highlights
Below is a summary of the peculiar characteristics of the Aprilia RS4 50:

DESIGN
The livery and eye-catching forms of the Aprilia RS4 50 echo the looks of the Factory version of the Aprilia RSV4 supersports bike. With the triple headlight, the Aprilia RS4 bikes have a decidedly aggressive look that lends a unique character to the entire front end. The fairing, product of extensive wind tunnel testing and race experience, offers excellent wind protection together with superb aerodynamic efficiency.
ENGINES
With the new RS4 50, Aprilia confirms its global leadership in the small capacity sports and young-targeted bike segment, creating models that exceed the expectations of even the most discerning rider.
The sophisticated chassis architecture of the Aprilia RS4 50 is complemented by state of the art engines.
CHASSIS
The Aprilia RS4 50 boast class beating brake systems: each bike uses a 300 mm steel disc at the front, gripped by a four piston radial calliper, and a 220 mm disc at the rear with a single piston calliper.