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Aprilia RS660

Aprilia aims to make some of its high-performance bikes a bit more accessible with motorcycles that are easier to handle for riders of all levels. The first bike in this lineup is the RS 660, a model that delivers the aggressive looks of a sportbike while delivering the power of an all-new 660cc parallel-twin cylinder engine that produces 100 hp and 69 lb-ft of torque. The versatile bike was also designed to be compact and light with a slender, die-cast aluminum chassis structure and it sits on Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa II tires with Brembo brakes for an ideal combination of stopping power and grip. Additional features include the latest electronics with features like a six-axis inertial platform, multi-map Cornering ABS, and various riding modes. 


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