Aprilia RS4 125 Details At USA
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After years of success selling road-going 125cc two-strokes to kids all over Europe, Aprilia basically threw in the towel. This was in reaction to complaints from parents that the bikes were too expensive to buy and maintain, and that their kids were having too many accidents. Authorities also complained that they were writing too many tickets to the owners of these buzz bombs. Aprilia’s lack of attention to these gateway bikes apparently helped fuel a negative trend that has ultimately led to fewer teenagers riding motorcycles in Europe. Some even say that teens have all but forgotten about bikes, instead focusing on other forms of entertainment, such as video games.