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.
If you’re like us, then you must be salivating over the 2015 literbike prospects.
Piaggio pulled the wraps off the new 2015 Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 in RR and Factory flavors.
The Aprilia Caponord is now ready for adventure-touring.
According to my weather app, it was 100 degrees the night we rode in on our Middleweight Sport-Touring Shootout
Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC ABS vs. BMW S1000R vs. KTM 1290 Super Duke R
Aprilia enters the ultra-competitive Adventure-Touring market with guns a-blazing with the new Caponord 1200.
We pit a trio of motorcycles, none of which is equipped with a clutch lever, against each other for a no-shift shootout.
Sportbike? Maxi-scooter? Whatever. The Aprilia Mana 850 GT’s more proof that Piaggio is Italy’s best-kept secret.
Aprilia’s Tuono V4R is one of the most scintillating and capable sportbikes ever made.
Without losing any of its racing pedigree, the 2014 Aprilia Tuono V4R ABS is now more civilized for road usage.
Tom Roderick reviews the 2013 Aprilia RSV4 Factory ABS SBK SE…while he’s riding it!
By now, we’ll assume you’ve thoroughly read, digested and formed your own conclusions about the street portion of our Exotic
Built for the track, ridden on the street. The bikes here represent the bleeding edge of superbike technology and performance from their respective OEMs.