The Aprilia RS250 is a replica of the grand prix bike that won world championships in 1992, 1994, 1995, and 1996. This bike basically comes in two versions–a race version (like the bike you see here) and a street version (that has a headlight and turn signals). The RS250 is powered by a modified Suzuki rgv250 engine using Aprilia’s own exhaust and intake systems. The street version benefits from the technical and engineering solutions used in the racing world. The fairing has been wind tunnel designed for optimum aerodynamics. The engine is powerful, the front and rear suspensions are totally adjustable, and the appearance is sporty and aggressive. You will find a spacious compartment under the saddle. The race-spec, fully adjustable upside down front forks and rear monoshock mean the RS250 can be set up to suit the rider and road surface.
Country of Origin: Italy
Engine: 2 cylinder, 2 stroke, 65 hp
Transmission: 6 speed manual
Top Speed: 140 miles per hour
Years of Production: 1989-present
Number Produced: _____
Original Cost: $8,000