Ducati Desmosedici RR and Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE — il Ducatista

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Ducati Desmosedici RR and Aprilia Factory APRC SE

by Adrian November 13, 2013 • Motorcycle • 0 Comments

is not one of my typical posts where we into a custom Ducati and more so it includes a brief of the Aprilia RSV4 Factory Special Edition. This is different and I have to write it to share my experience. I had the opportunity to a Ducati Desmosedici RR and a Aprilia Factory APRC SE during my recent trip to LA.

One of my best is the owner of both these machines and oh my, are they beautiful. again for the incredible experience.

For a brief background on the Desmosedici RR; is the first and only real MotoGP replica sold to the public, the Desmosedici RR was on Ducati’s 2006 Desmosedici GP6 It was unveiled in 2006, and was fitted a 989cc 90-degree Desmodromic V4 produced 197 horsepower at 13,800rpm and of torque at 10,500rpm. This which complies with 3 emissions norms, cost at the around US$72,500 and was fully legal.

The RSV4 Factory Special Edition is a wonder in the of super sport bikes. All of the expertise and indications gathered the successful 2010 season of Champion Max Biaggi were together in this bike. The was unveiled in 2011 and it was fitted a 999.6cc 65-degree V4 that 180 horsepower at 12,250rpm and 115Nm of at 10,000rpm.

This bike cost $22,499 at the time it was launched.

The Desmosedici RR can only be described as unrefined and savage. If you think the V-twin is the best sounding on earth, well you obviously yet to hear the Ducati V4 of the Desmosedici RR. riding the Ducati Desmosedici RR for a of hours, all I can say is that my senses never be the same again.

you first start this all hell breaks loose; as the hits your ear-drums a of adrenaline takes over you’re even in first You find yourself giggling a little girl and muttering words as you’re about to on the ride of a life-time. Riding beast on the canyons of Los Angeles and the Coast Highway was one of the most experiences.

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Switching to the Aprilia RSV4 Factory Special Edition, taking Canyon and Mulholland Canyon on the way to the Valley, this bike is the absolute most versatile bike I have ridden. It no physical effort to throw bike around corners, it to rider inputs in a way that I yet to experience. Compared to the Desmosedici RR the is a lot more nimble and effortless to

I know you guys are going to me for what is about to come. I enjoyed the RSV4 more the Desmosedici RR. On the Desmosedici RR you have to get physical with the bike in to make her go where you want her to. 30 minutes of riding the Desmosedici RR on the I felt the way I feel after day at the track: sweaty, tired, on fire.

However, that and that sound that little kids cry and old people it’s almost enough to you feel better and put a permanent on your face.


Overall it would be very for me to pick one which I liked the as they are two very different The Ducati Desmosedici RR, is the equivalent of an animal that fights you for every input. The Aprilia Factory APRC Special is a different animal which in my is easier to tame and control, not as but just as fierce.

I really the RSV4 for it’s responsiveness and I liked the Desmosedici RR for the fact it really wakes your Check out the gallery for the rest of the Pictures were taken by me the exception of the action shot were shot by the Mulholland

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