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Location: Glendale, AZ Mileage: 2,671 Price: Auction
I think probably all of us who love sportbikes are drawn to the mystery that is the two stroke. Because of its design, the two stroke gave bikes power in small displacement, therefore saving weight. Weight savings means better performance in the acceleration and handling departments. Never really being available in the US only makes the mythology more powerful. If that’s true for you, then check out this Aprilia RS250.
From the seller-
Aprilia RS250 is in excellent shape. Has 2671 Miles, which equates to 4300 kilometers,, on motor which is barely broken in. Bike looks almost the same as it did off the production line. Never touched by anyone but an Aprilia Mechanic.Arrow exhaust, Brembo Brakes.Every setting on instrument panel works. Needs new front right turn signal and locking mechanisim for storage compartment behind seat.That doesnt mean that the bike has been laid down. some small scratchs that are barely noticeable, but definately has NOT been wrecked. Thats it. Ready to ride today. New Battery and starts every 1/4 kick. Wont find a cleaner RS250 with lower miles anywhere. Tires, Brake pads are all in excellent shape.Never been titled. Bill of Sale is final, along with previous bill of sale..
This bike looks to be a fairly stock machine and certainly doesn’t have a ton of mileage on it. Seller says it is in great shape and only has a couple a issues with the turn signal and a locking mechanism. Hopefully nothing that is going to be difficult to address. All in all, looks to be a clean example of a really fun ride.
So if you have heard the siren’s call of a two stroke and the Aprilia gets you going, get in on the action and place your bid!
This bike does not have a title even though his ad says “Vehical Title: Clear”…
small scratches and rub marks down the rightside if you look closely says a different story abut showroom shape…
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