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Andy Downes  says:

Aprilia wheel out liveried-up RSV4 WSB racer

MCN has exclusively witnessed the next step in the story of Aprilia's awesome new RSV4 superbike. The full race version, which is due to be campaigned by Max Biaggi in World Superbikes next year, was given its full 'No. 3 Max' livery for the first time, in advance of the Italian star's second test aboard the machine next week. MCN Senior...

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Lucky 7


Aug 07

Posts: 67

Lucky 7 says:


Thanks for the pics Andy they look good to me. Keep up the good work. Thats why i get the MCN cos its one step ahead of the rest & great website...

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Jan 08

Posts: 998


is obv.s some kind of superior person, him and his gay/fast laptop fettish, ya'know. God its a friggin picture mate get over it hahaha

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Jun 07

Posts: 370

travis73 says:

Ahh Toe down...

How many posts have you made in less than a year? Laptop fetish? Pot, kettle, black are 3 words that spring to mind....

Bring on April 2009

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Oct 07

Posts: 754

windy12 says:

lovely looking machine

It looks the business that is for certain, with Max aboard it could even end up top 5 first year out, he either fell off, was knocked off, or out injured last season and still finished higher than some of the best riders out there who hardly had any problems.  Plainer fairings are more practical, but is the 3 quite right, or is it just me???

Judging by the times already set this looks like a road bike already worth buying as the base model must be good to start with. 

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