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Over ten thousand fans gathered at the iconic Autodromo del Mugello for the first edition of the Aprilia All Stars, a day which celebrated the past and present of the Italian brand – including the introduction of the new RSV4 1100 Factory.
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special day in @mugellocircuit for #apriliaallstars #day ! Thanks #everybody for your amazing support! @aprilia_official @daineseofficial @agvhelmets @sidisport_official @skysportmotogp #65lc #sixtyfive #capirex65 #motogp #instagram #passion #motorbike #italy #monaco???????? #saturday #freetime
Dressed in Aprilia Racing Team Gresini MotoGP™ livery, the ‘X’ version, born ten years after the first RSV4 was launched in 2009, is a limited edition machine that boasts 225 BPH and weighs in at 165 kg.
In addition, two 2019 RS-GPs in the hands of Andrea Iannone (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) and MotoGP™ test rider Bradley Smith were present at Mugello, with Aprilia World Champions Max Biaggi, Loris Capirossi, Manuel Poggiali, Alex Gramigni and Roberto Locatelli also in attendance.
In più di diecimila all’#ApriliaAllStars al @MugelloCircuit !!!— Aprilia (@ApriliaOfficial) March 24, 2019
In pista a far festa @maxbiaggi, @LorisCapirossi1, Manuel Poggiali, Alex Gramigni, Roberto Locatelli, Max Temporali e tanti altri amici di #Aprilia
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Fans were able to Championship winning bikes from said riders close up in pitlane, with Biaggi doing a lap of honour on board his 1995 Championship winning RS 250. Poggiali claimed victory in a race between the riders on Aprilia SR 150 scooters, with a parade lap of iconic Aprilia motorcycles also taking place in the Tuscan hills.
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