Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory 2020
With its cubic capacity of 1,077 cc, it does not fit into any common racing regulations, but for ambitious hobby racers in particular, the expanded cubic capacity brings with it even better drivability. Only the best of the best was used for the chassis. The latest generation of the electronic Öhlins suspension is fitted to the tried and tested aluminium bridge frame. This worked perfectly in our test, but tended to be quite hard for country roads. When it comes to braking performance, you can rely on the noble Brembo Stylema calipers, which bite into a 330 mm double disc at the front. Well-dosed, incredibly accurate and enormously stable even on the racetrack - that's pleasing. The ergonomics are very compact. With a height of 845 mm, you sit quite high on the bike. The handlebar stubs therefore seem comparatively low. A lot of pressure on the front wheel, perfect for the race track. All in all, the Aprilia with its high-quality, racing-oriented chassis and aggressive seating position always delivers crystal-clear feedback and terrific stability in every situation. Perfect basis for trackdays or even for a racetrack conversion.
Ducati Panigale V4 R 2021
Unfortunately, our editors did not test this model.