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aprilia rs50

The Aprilia RS50 is a 2-stroke 249 cc game bicycle made by Italian cruiser maker Aprilia. The Aprilia RA50 peculiarities race turned bike with engineering inferred from Aprilia's dashing background. It is propelled by the Aprilia Rsw250 Grand Prix cruiser utilized by names, for example, Valentino Rossi, Max Biaggi and Loris Capirossi in Motogp races. The casing is a thrown twin fight aluminum/magnesium compound with flimsy walled monocoque fortifications, with the motor as a completely focused on part. The banana swingarm is made out of the same cleaned aluminum composite as whatever remains of the edge.

The forks are 41 mm Showa on the 98 models altered units and are customizable packing and bounce back, the back suspension is a Sachs mono-stun which is flexible for preload,compression and bounce back. The front brakes of the RS 50 are Brembo double 298 mm circles with Brembo Oro four-cylinder calipers. The back brake is a solitary 220 mm circle with a Brembo twin-cylinder caliper.

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