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Aprilia motorcycle first introduced in 1974 with a motocross machine. The following year, 1975, saw the introduction of Aprilia's first real hope of successful racing. The first title came in 1977 in 125 and 250 class motocross championships Italy. Then In 1978, Alborghetti finished the season with two third places and the race in sixth place overall in the motocross world championships - the best result ever achieved by an Italian rider. Meanwhile, Aprilia's reputation spread. export markets began to show growing interest in Aprilia motorbikes.

1985 saw Aprilia MotoGP entry. Aprilia Racing proved to be a nursery for great talent. Many world champions have recently learned their trade riding an Aprilia, including names like Biaggi, Capirossi, Gramigni, Locatelli, Sakata, Rossi, Poggiali and Lorenzo.

In the nineties Aprilia made a decisive entry into the market of urban mobility. Here also the creativity and confidence to break with convention proved key to success. Aprilia scooter designs are always bold, from Amico, all-plastic scooter was first introduced in 1990, the Scarabeo is legendary.

Range scooter Aprilia Scarabeo family has been expanded and extended and refurbished (Scarabeo is now available with a wide selection of 50-500 cc engine and complemented by other successful models such as the Sportcity). These developments have been accompanied by the introduction of motorcycle model is packed with sophisticated, stylish and innovative technology, such as, Shiver 750 first production bike in the world with rose-by-wire electronic throttle, and Mana 850, first bike boasting gearbox, a revolutionary fully automatic electronic. In off-road scene in which the success of Aprilia racing begins, the new Aprilia, high performance 450 and 550 V twins have started a revolution.

Aprilia RSV4 Coming affirm commitment to compete at the highest level. Excellent job done in the racing department based Noale has allowed Aprilia to collect two championship titles with Aprilia riders and won the class 125 and 250 of the 2007 MotoGP world championship, and took four titles out of four the same as in 2006.
Aprilia now has collected a total of 45 world championship titles, including 38 in MotoGP.