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Old 06-05-2009, 02:12 AM   #1
MCmad OP
Joined: Jun 2008
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APRILIA TUONO OWNERS, others welcome

thought I might try this as was boring my Adventure Bike buddies with all my rantings about my Tuono

Tuono means thunder and the live up to the name particurly once pipes are added and the upright riding position makes them a thrill to ride as the extra rearward weighting and the non detuned motor make for lots of wheelies even at speeds up to 140kph if you do it all right.
My personal reason for purchasing was that I wanted a medium level track bike that I could live with on the road and I couldnt cope with the wrist killing sports bike position.
Have been bought up on dirt bikes and more resently adventure bikes upright is more natural for me and the fact that the chassis is straight from the RSV minus side fairing makes it a good Track proposition

Owners signed in so far at 20/03/12
800rider Auckland New Zealand
LowOnFuel Seattle USA
Jody H New Mexico USA
Florida Bob
RoteEddie, Fjords of Norway
whip san An Tx USA
immortal BC
Jambo UK
Tuf phx AR USA
Olie TX
RoadsContinue OK
benwiggen2 LA
Mr, Orange Ireland
Royal Tiger PA RSV
karlb TX RSV
DrewCoptor Baltermore
Keithy SC
Speed King
RoteEddie Norway
Burro X TX & CA
sportmotogear DFM
Croak British Columbia
Vato_Loco Frisco
RockyRue Tuono & Futura
Pablo Albaquerque NM Tuono & Falco

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