The Aprilia RSV4 is the Italian firm’s V-Four Superbike. The RSV4 features a 65-degree, 999.6cc V-Four engine. It comes in various versions, including a base model and RSV4 Factory edition, which comes with upspec suspension and electronics. The RSV4 delivered Aprilia its first-ever World Superbike titles, with Max Biaggi claiming the 2010 and 2012 championship. Sylvain Guintoli added to the SBK championship tally with success in the 2014 series.
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Aprilia updates its proven RSV4 Superbike with a host of subtle internal engine, chassis and electronic changes with its 2016 RF model.
For 2015 Aprilia introduces a refined RR version of its RSV4 sportbike featuring a re-engineered engine top end, forward fairing and electronics.
The Marco Simoncelli Foundation took delivery of the Aprilia RSV4 Superbike that the Champion from Coriano rode at Imola in 2009 for his only race in the World SBK Championship.