The Aprilia RS250 is considered one of the best two-stroke machines.
The ultimate “pocket rocket” of the nineties has a small cubic capacity, light weight and high-revving engine, inspired by racing motorcycles that competed in the 250cc class, on which Max Biaggi and Valentino Rossi performed.
Today’s Aprilia RS 125 is a modern interpretation of the RS250; however, it lacks that fun factor of its predecessor.
If you love the RS250, but you also own the RSV4, you can consider a complete change of personal description.
French blogger Le Week-end De Course did just that: took his RSV4 and turned it into an RS250.
The retro transformation successfully evokes the body of the RS250 with the help of Aprilia’s traditional black and white color combination. The RSV4 in this new edition looks like the dream of every two-wheel lover from the nineties. Not to mention the rounded nose and massive headlight.
There is also the rear part as taken from the RS250, which completes the new look.
The chances of Aprilia bringing the RS250 back to life are zero, and the reason is the strict emission standards. However, sportbike manufacturers could apply similar design expressions to their modern creations.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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