Aprilia RS 125

The RS 125 is the undisputed leader among 125 cc supersports. Aprilia has always led the field in lightweight sports bikes, pioneering new concepts and advanced solutions, and developing technology that others have had to struggle to follow. Like all Aprilia sports motorcycles, the RS 125 has benefited from the sophisticated technology that has been developed over years of success in GP racing, and quickly transferred into production. Over the years, the RS 125 has forged a reputation as the standard setter for sports 125’s. Sales success has come naturally too, with the RS 125 topping the sales tables on all European markets. The RS 125 is the inevitable choice of riders entering Sport Production racing. And rightly so, because when the competition gets tough, there is simply no other bike like the Aprilia RS 125.

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The 2007 Aprilia RS 125 is designed and built for technical supremacy and has the looks to match. Its graphics are totally new and based entirely on those of the bike that dominated the 2006 250 GP world championship.

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The Aprilia RS 125 gives young riders the best the market has to offer in terms of components and equipment, with a concentration of technical refinements that are not found on many superbikes.

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2007 Aprilia RS 125
Category: Super Sport

Specifications

Engine
Type: Liquid cooled, single cylinder two stroke. Aluminium cylinder with Gilnisil coated liner. Read valve intake and exhaust port valve. Separate lubrication. Homologated to Euro 2 standards
Bore by stroke: 54 x 54.5 mm
Displacement: 124.8 cc
Compression ratio: 12.5 ± 0.5:1
Carburettor: Dell’Orto PHBH 28
Ignition: Electronic CDI ignition
Starting: Electric
Alternator: 12 V – 180 W
Lubrication: Separate mixing with variable displacement, volumetric pump
Gearbox: 6 speed
1st 10/30 (0.33)
2nd 14/29 (0.48)
3rd 17/27 (0.63)
4th 19/25 (0.76)
5th 21/24 (0.87)
6th 22/23 (0.67)
Primary drive: Gearbox: 63/19 (3.31)
Final drive: Chain: 40/17 (2.35)
Clutch: Multi-disc in oil bath

Chassis
Frame: Cast aluminium, reinforced box section, sloping twin-spar frame
Front suspension: Upside down hydraulic fork, Ø 40 mm. Wheel travel 120 mm.
Rear suspension: Cast aluminium box section swingarm with asymmetric members. Hydraulic monoshock with adjustable spring preload. Wheel travel 120 mm.
Brakes:
Front: Floating Ø 320 mm disc. Radial caliper with four different diameter pistons, Ø 32 mm – Ø 27 mm.
Rear: Single Ø 220 mm disc. Caliper with two Ø 30 mm pistons.
Wheels: Aluminium alloy. Front 3.00 x 17”; rear 4,00 x 17”
Tyres: Tubeless radial. Front 110/70 17”; rear 150/60 17”.

Dimensions
Overall length 1955 mm
Overall width (at handlebars) 720 mm
Overall height (at windshield) 1100 mm
Seat height 805 mm
Wheelbase 1345 mm
Tank: 14 litres (3.5 litre reserve)

14 thoughts on “Aprilia RS 125”

  1. Am selling mine as i have 3 bikes a bit too much so if your interested send me an email its about 2000 cash am looking for my bike is mint we low miles just run in basically.

    1. w.mair i am interested in your aprila but i don’t know you e-mail adress😛

      can you write me an e-mail when you still want so sail it….the problem is i am from germany….

      but just write an e-mail pls
      thanks

      k.schoetz@gmx.de

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