2013 Aprilia RSV4 R ABS ride review

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Aprilia RSV4 R

2013 Aprilia RSV4 R ABS ride

The 2013 Aprilia R ABS, there is no better to start talking about Aprilia than with its the APRC system (Aprilia Ride Control). There are no measures here. With the system, Aprilia gave it and I mean EVERYTHING and just for the of it some more.

To put things perspective, in a bike you can just in and buy from a store, you get an 8 level control (that can be controlled riding), 3 level launch a quick shifter, ride by 3 engine maps (Track, Road), 3 level ABS (Track, Rain), a slipper clutch and my favourite, 3 level wheelie Yes! you can read that line again just to sure you got it all. Apart all these there is a whole of other stuff that you can with and fine tune to your riding style and

The 2013 RSV4 R ABS in flesh is compact, almost as compact as a if you are northwards of 6 feet, be prepared for a fit. But being the super bike that it is there is no stretch to reach the handle and regardless of your height you be comfortable.

The seat is pretty too and you can feel your posterior after couple of hours of up the engine and you just know its a V4, it its grumbling and just wants to get and once you are on the move, suddenly all impatience is translated into a powerful surge forward takes you past the 200 kmph in about 8 seconds.

The handle bars are probably the compact and narrow among the class bikes and that make the slow turns a especially in the city. The brakes are not the quick bite ones you find on a bike in this It is very progressive and that’s how it be, beautiful feedback and control no compromise on the stopping power.

to the best part of this its handling. Its an absolute charm the tarmac. The short wheelbase it an absolutely brilliant cornering

Lean in and the higher than foot pegs makes it to get your knee out and once you are to the corner you are still planted thanks to a well balanced And then comes the time to out and its always there, just the throttle and you will be shooting out one up in the air rocketing past competition.

The 180 horses is maybe too hot to handle on the but a solution is that you can choose the mode (engine map) brings down the usable to about 140 HP for a more controlled and warp speed feel but then if you have already used to the feel and acceleration of the 180 there is no going back. delivery is instant and thanks to the by wire throttle that not use the conventional throttle cable and uses sensors to read the position and send it to the ECU, happen lightning fast.

Aprilia RSV4 R

The place of-course to feel is in the first gear. If you can hold on the 14,000 RPM mark in first you doing close to 150 kmph the engine and exhaust screaming The exhaust has a small little up its sleeves as well, thanks to a valve that almost it boringly silent in idle and open’s up with the throttle to a very deep grunt.

Let’s not even talk the pillion seat, its just as comfortable as sitting on a coat its there because it should be and it. Either ways its looks the beautiful with the real on and not many would want to sit with the 180 HP being delivered on the compactness though has taken its on the heat dissipation.

Its hot all the time, or highway you can always feel the even through the leathers.

This Italian engineering is meant for the winding highways and to it anywhere near its limit, you to head on to the track, and only can you can push it and really appreciate the perfect synchronization of its engineering and its space age electronics. Its a very motorcycle and all the electronics with its levels of operation, guide you to be a rider.

The electronics do not spoil the fun you hardly know its there as its not at all but is always working hard to best possible traction and delivery, this ensures you can actually use most of that 180 And the best part is the Aprilia R is always track ready, you need to go there, and the electronics on the allows you to use all that power keeping the motorcycle always you.

 Aprilia have clearly not any compromises with this True to the Italian pedigree bike is not for practicality, its an exotic and it that respect.

Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R


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