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    apriliaforum expert FalcoLion's Avatar
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    After reading a bunchof posts I figured a number of Aprilia owners also own Bimotas. So, why not post pics of these beautiful bikes.

    Here is mine. I just got lucky and was able to snap up a beautiful 2006 Bimota SB8K Santamonica last week. The bike is gorgeous. So, now I have super exclusive stable of motorcycles
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    MotoWorld Online <---- Click

    2003 Aprilia SL Falco 1000R De-restricted

    2015 Suzuki GSXR750 Track only

    2010 Husaberg FE390

    2008 BMW HP2 Sport

    2006 Bimota SB8K Santamonica

    2005 Benelli Tornado Tre

    2004 Moto Guzzi V11 Coppa Italia

    1997 Bimota YB11

    2004 Moto Guzzi Ballabio converted to LeMans * M4 CF Exhaust * Convertibars - Sold

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    (yes, I'm Insanely Jealous)
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    "I rode a Griso at when I used to work for Aprilia City in Melbourne. Probably the nicest bike ever" - Cosaro

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    2007 Moto Guzzi Griso 1100
    2003 Moto Guzzi California Titanium 1100 - for sale

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    apriliaforum expert norcolmille's Avatar
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    envious - jealous -
    what a great stable
    I had two Bimota's and came close to getting a third - I settled for an RSVR factory. I like many love you new ride....
    present
    now a 2017 Aprilia Tuono RR let the mods begin
    sold the fun little 675 daytona
    previous - two Gen2 "Factories"
    5 past Apes and other rides too numerous to mention

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    apriliaforum expert FalcoLion's Avatar
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    Thank you for the compliments. Just took Bimota out today for an extended ride of aout 160 miles. All I can say is its incredible. It feels lighter then BMW, accelerates like a bullet and feels like a 600cc bike. The only thing I hate about it, are ridiculous mirrors. I think that these mirrors are only for decoration cause they of no use at all
    Last edited by FalcoLion; 12-01-2013 at 12:08 AM.


    MotoWorld Online <---- Click

    2003 Aprilia SL Falco 1000R De-restricted

    2015 Suzuki GSXR750 Track only

    2010 Husaberg FE390

    2008 BMW HP2 Sport

    2006 Bimota SB8K Santamonica

    2005 Benelli Tornado Tre

    2004 Moto Guzzi V11 Coppa Italia

    1997 Bimota YB11

    2004 Moto Guzzi Ballabio converted to LeMans * M4 CF Exhaust * Convertibars - Sold

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    Love the bimota.

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    My current situation is not my final destination.

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    Congratulations on the Bimota but the pic isn't good enough for me to discern which motor it has

    Why do you have a Bimota if you live in the flatlands??
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    "I rode a Griso at when I used to work for Aprilia City in Melbourne. Probably the nicest bike ever" - Cosaro

    1972 Laverda SF 750
    2007 Moto Guzzi Griso 1100
    2003 Moto Guzzi California Titanium 1100 - for sale

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    It's a 900ss fuel injected motor in an Armani suit, it may be that there's no hilly bits local to me but blighty is not a big place and up and down stuff is only a half day ride out to get at. Good twists nearby and three and a half hours gets me on to the euro tunnel and away. Germany next year or maybe down to the south of France again, may head for Spain over the mountain's instead of coastal to Italy, this depends entirely on how long gritty will let me out of her clutches and if I can get away with the "You went where ?" and "You spent how much ?" speeches. I have a hammock slung in the garage for just that sort of thing as I will be the baddest dog again.
    My current situation is not my final destination.

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