The Aprilia RS 250 (1997) is a two-stroke sports bike designed to offer the perfect balance between performance and wind protection. It features an advanced lightweight frame with a removable aluminum subframe and a brand-new fuel tank. The Aprilia RS 250's lightweight power plant consists of a twin-cylinder, 249 cc DOHC two-stroke engine with a huge 46.9 kW of power. The agile chassis utilizes a tensioned steel frame with aluminum swingarm, adjustable front forks, and progressive rear shock absorbers. It utilizes a safety-focused braking system with a severe three-piston, double-disc braking system in the front and a single-disc rear. The Aprilia RS 250 (1997) features bold slim-line bodywork with a sleek windshield, aggressive styling, and a smooth fit and finish. Its most prominent feature is its MotoGP exhaust which helps it achieve an instantly recognizable sound. With its top speed reaching 196 km/h, wind protection, and performance engineering, the Aprilia RS 250 (1997) is the perfect sports bike for the serious racer.
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