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Aprilia SM 750 Dorsoduro all'Eicma di Milano
6 Nov 2007
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Cycle World Magazine Dyno Tests the 2011 Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200. Check out the First Ride Review: <a href="*******bit.ly/tqdACi">*******bit.ly/tqdACi</a>
1 Jul 2012
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Cycle World Magazine Dyno Tests the 2011 Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200. Check out the First Ride Review: <a href="*******bit.ly/tqdACi">*******bit.ly/tqdACi</a>
4 Apr 2013
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1 Sep 2008
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20 Mar 2009
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20 Sep 2010
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Aprilia's 2008 Supermoto Dorsoduro takes on its rivals in the shape of KTM's 990SM and Ducati's Hypermotard in our exclusive video road test. MCN's road tester Adam Child invited the 2006 British Supermoto Champion, Sam Warren along for a second opinion as they pitched the motorcycles against each other around Ancaster Kart track. Watch the video below to see how the Aprilia faired and read the full article in MCN, Wednesday, July 2, 2008.
2 Jul 2009
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Venice Tour from Tauck: *******www.tauck****/home/tours/europe-tours/italy-tours/venice-tour-vi-2012.aspx. Tauck has created a Venice tour that will show you the best this region of Italy has to offer. Hear the language, eat the wonderful cuisine and take in a dazzling collection of art and so much more. Discover places that visitors on a Venice tour rarely see... Indulge your mind, imagination and senses in a Culturious experience you'll never forget.
26 Jul 2011
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There is no other city like Venice. It has 180 canals, 450 bridges and magnificent palaces. It is a city rich in museums and historical buildings of great artistic and cultural importance. Add to that the transient feeling and the quiet everyday life. The beauty of it all is truly apparent. Refugees founded Venice. When Germanic tribes ravaged northern Italy in the 5th century, many people escaped to this difficult-to-access area on the Adriatic Sea. Over the centuries the refugee community grew in to the most powerful trading port in the Mediterranean. At its peak, Venice had 3 000 trade ships and 300 navy vessels. After the fall of Napoleon, Venice was ruled by the Austrians. But after the 1848 uprising, the city once again gained its independence. Shortly after, in 1866, Venice became part of Italy. 1932 saw the opening of the motor and rail bridge between Venice and the mainland. That was to be the start of Venice as a tourist destination. It is hard to navigate around the city, but don’t let that put you off as this is part of Venice’s charm. Leave the other tourists at St Mark’s square and the Rialto Bridge and explore the labyrinth of little neighbourhoods instead. The most interesting areas and islands are Cannaregio, SanPolo/Santa Croce, Dorsoduro, San Marco and Castello.
15 Feb 2010
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