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Aprilia Motorcycles
Updated :  24 September 2012

Aprilia is an Italian motorcycle company. It's been around for years - at least in Europe where they have been making scooters.  It's brand rose to prominence during the Max Biaggi then Valentino Rossi years where they rode them to victory in the 125cc and 250cc MotoGP (Motorcycle Grad Prix) class for many years.  Valentino has of course moved to the once floundering Yamaha racing team and brought them Moto GP victory as well.  It does to show that the rider plays a very important part in the ability of a motorcycle to perform.

Aprilia has had ex-Suzuki engines for many years, notably the former RGV250 2-stroke engines. There is nothing wrong with that at all! The company used the engine for a re-engineered motorcycles with new and more agile frame and suspension work.  In the past it has sold the RS250 1993-2004.

Today they only offer one model (excluding scooter) in the 250cc and under class in Australia.


Specifications in Brief

Engine: 1 cylinder 2-stroke
CDI Carbed
Weight: Approx 114Kg
14 litre fuel tank
Seat height 805mm
0-100kph about 6 seconds.
Max Speed 160Kph
Introduced 2005.


This bike looks great on the road or parked. Don't let the single cylinder fool you in thinking this is a slow bike. It's not. It's a 2 stroke and its very light. Amazing suspension setup and engine parts. Remember that there have been many variants over the years.

Price ($Aust)

How much does the Aprilia RS125 cost ?

$9,290.00 RRP - White or Black
$9,590.00 RRP - Lorenzo Replica

$8,950.00 Approx RRP - White or Black
$9,500.00 Approx RRP - Lorenzo Replica




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