The Italian motorcycle manufacturer Aprilia has unveiled its 2022 livery colors. This is the first time in over 15 years that Aprilia will enter the MotoGP as a standalone factory. The new livery colors are inspired by the Italian flag and are sure to attract the attention of race fans. Read on to discover more about this legendary Italian motorcycle brand. After all, it’s founded by Alberto Beggio. You can find out more about the company, its founder, and the history of Aprilia Racing.
Aprilia founded by Alberto Beggio
In 1968, Ivano Beggio took over the company that his father Cavaliere Alberto Beggio started in Noale, Italy. He decided to make motorcycles instead of bicycles, and the company’s products have since evolved to include scooters and motorcycles. Beggio’s passion for two-wheel vehicles began when he worked in his father’s bicycle factory. Beggio innovated the production process and introduced motorcycles into the company’s lineup.
Aprilia is a subsidiary of Piaggio
The company is a subsidiary of Piaggio. It is a market leader in the world of motorcycles, with an impressive racing presence. With the acquisition of Gilera, Derbi, and Aprilia, Piaggio now has a presence in over twenty-four countries. In addition to its own production, Aprilia has four foreign subsidiaries. These include Croatian, Greek, Japanese, and American arms.
Aprilia produces motorcycles
Although the company is a small one in global motorcycle racing, Aprilia is still a significant force. In the past, the company has competed in many road racing formulas, including the FIM MotoGP World Championship from 2002 to 2004, and the FIM Superbike World Championship from 1999 to 2002. Since its return to these circuits in the 2012 season, Aprilia has also made a name for itself in the off-road arena. Aprilia produces motorcycles in the 450cc V-2 motocross class, which has produced respectable results in both the on-road (Supermoto) and off-road (Motocross) categories.
Aprilia Racing is a manufacturer
The company started out building bicycles and has now expanded to manufacture motorcycles and scooters. The company has won countless motorcycle races and is considered a leader in motorcycle racing. Its racing success started at the World Championship level. The company’s motorcycles have been hailed as the best on the planet. Aprilia Motorcycles – Triumph Superbikes and Aprilia Enduro – have won countless races and are sold around the world.
Aprilia Racing School
The Aprilia Racing School is a dedicated race instruction program with professional coaching support. Students can choose to take the base level or advance to the Pro level. The advanced course focuses on racecraft and advanced riding skills. Students will be outfitted with Aprilia Racing MotoGP apparel and receive an exclusive gift signed by Max Biaggi. These exclusive track day experiences will also include an intimate dinner event with Max Biaggi. This experience will be an invaluable addition to any motorcycle enthusiast’s life!
The new Aprilia Racing RS-GP will begin the 2021 MotoGP season in Qatar. The new RS-GP is completely different from its predecessors, thanks to a new aerodynamic design. The chassis, cylinder head and throttle body systems have all been redesigned, while the frame is carbon. The Aprilia RS-GP is also equipped with new engine parts, including the carbon swing-arm.
In the past, Aprilia has been a part of the MotoGP Championship and supplied bikes to independent teams, but it has not competed since 2004. The Italian manufacturer also parted ways with the Gresini team for the 2022 season and has now been supplying SBK derived bikes to independent Moto Gp teams. In 2012 and 2013, the Noale team fielded Aleix Espargaro.
RS 660 Trofeo
The Aprilia Racing RS 660 Troffeo is a middleweight twin cup motorcycle. It is based on the Aprilia RS 660 street bike. But it has been built for the track, with support from other Italian brands. The bike is another stepping stone in Aprilia’s racing lineup. Its 105 ma luc tai (cc) engine is enough for an all-out race in the MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship.
The Aprilia Racing RS 250V is a motorcycle produced by Aprilia in Italy. This Italian motorcycle is based on the RSV Mille, but it has motocross-style high handlebars and a small headlight fairing. This bike won the 2003 Dutch TT and was named the best motorcycle of the year by most major motorcycle magazines. Aprilia was acquired by Piaggio & C. SpA in 2004 and is now the world’s fourth largest motorcycle group. It sells over 1.5 billion Euros each year and has presence in more than 50 countries.
RS 250V Factory Works
The Aprilia Racing RS 250V Factory Work is an advanced version of the RS250V. It has been developed with an advanced ECU for racing and features optimised exhaust maps. The bike also has a lightweight lithium battery and carbon parts. Its aerodynamic winglets and Akrapovic exhaust unit add to its weight loss program. The Aprilia RS 250V Factory Works has all the attributes of a race bike, and will make you a winner every time you ride it.