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APRILIA RSV4 RR

CORE TEST

Bruce loves a bit of creamy power.

When the RSV4 RR arrived at FB HQ, Dangerous and I were both dead keen to throw a leg over it. We’d both fallen in love with the tricked up RF version at SBOTY, which had blitzed the opposition so convincingly in Spain, so neither of us could wait to see how the stock version would cope on the road.

The RR’s spacious cockpit and small dash were quite familiar as was the boom of the big V4 engine when fired up. Despite having the same configuration as the Ducati, the Aprilia’s engine seemed more sharp and snappy; it would bark loudly with each blip of the throttle, and every time I did it my willy would tingle, just a little bit.

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