Parting ways with my 2001 Aprilia RSV Mille 1000 R. Details below: - Extremely low miles at only 6,XXX - Clean and clear title - Super clean, never been down - "R” version factory upgrades: o Ohlins forks o Ohlins rear shock o Ohlins steering damper/stabilizer o Brembo master cylinder o Brembo brake calipers o OZ Racing wheels o Real carbon fiber paneling throughout the bike - Retrofit standard Mille subframe and passenger pegs to allow for passenger (both passenger seat and pictured solo seat cowl included) - Aprilia Racing “factory upgrade” titanium exhaust can with fiberglass wrap - Bar risers for better ergonomics on the street - Aprilia Racing tank grip - Fender eliminator kit installed - LED low-profile turn signals (front and rear) - Near-new Michelin tires installed less than 500 miles ago - New 520 D.I.D. chain with good sprockets - Recent service Spares/parts included: - Stock exhaust can - Original clip-on bars - Factory Aprilia storage cover - Battery Tender Jr. to extend battery life Come check out a unique bike that is becoming increasingly hard to find. One this clean is especially rare. If you are unfamiliar, Aprilia is an Italian brand – known for their strong racing heritage. These 998 cc 60° V-twin Rotax-built motors make gobs of torque and have a super smooth power delivery. Pair that with the fancy suspension components, and you get the power of a liter bike with the "easy to ride" feeling of a smaller machine. Don’t let the exotic name scare you; a little research will show you these motors are super reliable. In fact, I have a personal friend with over 50,000 miles on this exact same model. All that is required is oil changes and basic tune-ups. Only asking $5,500. Originally, this bike was $18,500+ back in 2001, and it shows why. Come check it out; I promise you will not be disappointed by this piece of history. Located in Paullina, IA. May be willing to meet or arrange shipping as necessary. Serious inquiries only. I only have one good picture right now (taken this fall 2018). I will upload more as I have time. The bike is tucked away in my heated shop right now winterized and under the cover.