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For international markets, Aprilia has unveiled the RS 125 2021 edition.

Here, we have compiled the crucial features of the 2021 Aprilia RS 125, like the look and style, mechanical revisions, and more.


The mechanical performance of the Aprilia RS 125 2021 engine includes a liquid-cooled 125 cc single-cylinder engine. The motor is Euro5 compliant and makes 15 bhp at 10,750 rpm.


Front view


There are similarities observed between the new generation RSV4 and the new RS660. 

The 2021 edition Aprilia RS 125 comes equipped with the twin-pod LED highlight setup on the front profile. 

With the other styling updates, the headlight cowl arrives with improvement. Like all the RS series models, the 2021 edition of Rs 125 uses a full-fairing design and a clip-on style handlebar. 

Side view

The bike further gets the evolved handlebar by 18 mm for a comfortable riding position. 

Other styling updates include a muscular fuel tank, split-style seats, and a compact exhaust canister. 


The model will be available in two colour options – Aprilia Black and Sintesi Blue, with similar paint graphics. 

Aprilia Black

The Aprilia 2021 RS 125 is also available in the GP Replica version with an Aprilia MotoGP RS-GP-inspired livery. 

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GP Replica


The 2021 Aprilia RS 125 has advanced features such as full LED lighting and a new digital instrument panel with a backlight. 

The instrument cluster is Bluetooth compatible and connects to the Aprilia MIA smartphone app, including a quick-release device. The motorcycle safety net comes equipped with two-channel ABS.

Other components

The Aprilia RS 125 2021 hardware includes an inverted front fork and a mono rear shock absorber for rear suspension operations. 

Anchor point distribution gets through simple washers on the two wheels, and as mentioned above, the safety net includes dual-channel ABS. 

The motorcycle arrives with a joyful ride on 17-inch alloy wheels.

RS+125 Maintenance Sheet


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