The Aprilia GPR250R is not arriving in Europe

Aprilia presented its sports motorcycle with a single-cylinder engine with a capacity of 250 cubic meters. Welcome to the new GPR250R.

The motorcycle is made for the Asian market and is intended for new riders looking for a sporty stylish look and dynamic performance. It looks very similar to the current RS 125 single-cylinder sports model, with an identical frame, rear fork, brake and suspension.

The most noticeable difference between the two models is that the GPR250R body resembles previous generations of Aprilia sports motorcycles. The front armor has noticeably different headlights, while the flaps look more aggressive than those on the existing generation of small-capacity motorcycles.

As the chassis looks almost the same as the smaller RS ​​125, we assume that the unit is an enlarged version of the 125 cc unit. According to available information, it has just over 26 hp, which makes it competitive in the Asian market of 250 to 400 cc models.

The new motorcycle boasts a TFT instrument panel in color, LED lighting, 41mm USD forks and an adjustable rear shock. It has plain dual-channel ABS, radially mounted brake calipers, a 300mm front disc brake and a 218mm rear.

The Italian company has no plans to make the motorcycle available in Europe, as it would not be particularly competitive in the A2 segment.

Source: Moto Berza by

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