Take the traditional streetfighter formula — no fairing, upright bars — and apply it to one of the fastest, most technologically advanced superbikes ever made — the Aprilia RSV4. What do you get? This Aprilia Tuono V4R. This thing is … Continued
Aprilia turned up at Intermot with little beyond this ’13 model year RSV4. Looks the same, right? It mostly is, but it adds three-mode, switchable ABS and a couple of other useful features that’ll keep it sharp.
In the future, our race suits will be capable of predicting crashes, inflating prior to impact in order to absorb forces exceeding even 23g without injury. In the future, those suits will sync to mobile devices more powerful than the … Continued
Since 2001, the Triumph Bonneville has always just sort of been there as a good-looking, if unexciting retro bike. Reliable, shiny and affordable, but not the kind of thing you’d lay awake at night dreaming about. For 2010 and 2011, … Continued
You’ve seen the fancy videos, the technical breakdown info-graphics and read the first person accounts about how completely awesome APRC is. But if you’re not a racer, why should you care? Technology from racing has been improving the street riding … Continued
You already know that we like us some Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC SE. Not only have we extensively analyzed every facet of APRC in ridiculous detail, but we’ve done multiple feature stories with the RSV4 and Aprilia contracted us to … Continued
First used on a production car in 1971 (Buick full-sizes) and on a production motorcycle in 1992 (Honda ST1100), Traction Control has long since evolved from a dorky safety aid to a sophisticated, desirable performance enhancer. TC makes it possible … Continued