Aprilia is Europe’s second largest producer of motorcycles and scooters and the only non-Japanese manufacturer with a complete range of two-wheeled vehicles. Aprilia is not just market leader; the company has also become a leading name on the worlds racing circuits, establishing itself as one of the most prestigious and successful marques around. It was purchased in the early 2000s by the Piaggio Group.
Soon we’ll be assembling the combatants for our third naked bike shootout this year. Why another one? Because Yamaha’s
The Naked Sports are: Aprilia Tuono vs. Ducati Monster 1200 vs. Honda CB1000R vs. Kawasaki Z1000 vs. Suzuki GSX-S1000 vs. Triumph Speed Triple
These two bikes are so equally matched E-i-C Kevin Duke and I nearly resorted to jello wrasslin’ in an effort to determine a winner.
The new for 2016 Aprilia RSV4 RR and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R offer superbike race-proven bona fides at a reasonable price
The Adventure-Touring segment faces new challengers from Ducati, Honda and Triumph
Aprilia has gone and made one of our favorite bikes even better with the Tuono V4 1100.
Aprilia’s top sportbike gets revised Ohlins shock and standard V4-MP.
Aprilia announced a new program offering “factory works” versions of the RSV4.
It’s a good time to be a motorcyclist. OEMs keep ratcheting up the amount of standard or optional technologies available on modern motorcycles. In just
After testing the latest superbikes on the track and on the street, it’s time to reveal the overall winner.
As tight as our track test results were, the street shootout was just as close.
The Aprilia RSV4 RF, BMW S1000RR, Ducati 1299 Panigale S, Honda CBR1000RR SP, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and Yamaha YZF-R1 battle for top superbike.
When it comes to lust-worthy streetfighters, Aprilia’s Tuono V4 is one of our favorites.
Aprilia Shiver 750 vs. Suzuki GSX-S750 vs. Yamaha FZ-09