MotoGP-inspired Aprilia RSV4 R FW-GP released and features a 250hp V4 with pneumatic valves. Taking its #bearacer motto to the next level, Aprilia has just released its MotoGP-inspired special called the RSV4 R FW-GP. The special is now available as part of the Aprilia Factory Works program line up.If you didn’t know, the Aprilia Factory Works division caters specifically to racers and customers alike and offers professional-level versions of the highly successful and popular Aprilia RSV4 RR superbike. The R FW-GP is the very latest addition to this line up.The Aprilia RSV4 R FW-GP comes loaded with all of the technologies found in the Aprilia MotoGP machine. Based off its WSBK-spec machine, the GP version utilises a revised engine with a 81mm bore restriction as dictated by MotoGP’s ruling – 3mm larger than the standard RSV4’s 78mm bore figure in fact.On top of that, the mill also comes primed with a pneumatic valvetrain system. This not only grants the 65-degree litre-sized V4 mill to rev stratospherically, it also has a factory-guaranteed output of 250hp.Aprilia have even prepared a special ownership experience for this machine whereby its customers can meet with factory engineers to go over the details of the machine’s construction, which will be bespoke to each owner. Buyers also have access to the factory to oversee their prized machine’s construction.With that, it was unsurprising to see Aprilia offering a more intensive after-sales support to Aprilia RSV4 R FW-GP owners as well. Part of this includes an initial track day to tweak the machine to the owner’s electronic and mechanical preferences.As for price? Well, you know the old saying… “If you had to ask, you can’t afford it.” Aprilia remains coy on the subject too, but you can find out more about the Aprilia RSV4 R FW-GP special plus the rest of the Aprilia Factory Works other offerings by visiting its official webpage, serviceaprilia.com/public/racing. –Ads–
Related TopicsBrownsCavsJohnny ManzielLebron James Matt Loede The separation from companies and Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has started, as Cleveland.com reports that the LeBron James‘ marketing agency has cut ties with Manziel, this after a wave of news that the quarterback spent the final weekend of the Browns season in Las Vegas…wearing a disguise.“We’ve decided to end our formal business relationship with Johnny,” said Maverick Carter, James’ long-time friend and business partner who runs LRMR, the agency which until now had represented Manziel in endorsement deals.“I will continue to support and advise him as a friend,” Carter said. “However, because Johnny needs to focus on personal growth, the next phase of his career and because LRMR continues to expand beyond marketing, we made the mutual decision that it was best to terminate our business relationship.”James himself spoke about Manziel when asked the question, stating that ‘He’ll figure it out at some point, we all hope.’As far as Manziel’s future goes, it doesn’t look good from a number of experts for him to be back in Cleveland next season. Monday Peter King of Sports Illustrated was the latest to state that Manziel won’t be a member of the Browns next season. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.
Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. Related TopicsCarlos Carrasco Carrasco pitched four innings on Saturday in Double-A Akron, allowing one earned run on seven hits, issued one walk and struck out six batters. The Indians have had stellar starting pitching, for the most part, from Corey Kluber, Danny Salazar, and Josh Tomlin; but the rest of the rotation, which has consisted of Trevor Bauer, Cody Anderson, and Mike Clevinger, has had its ups and downs.When Carrasco returns, the most likely candidate to return to Triple-A would be Clevinger, but if Bauer’s struggles persist, it’s possible we see Anderson and Clevinger back in Cleveland to start down the road this season. Matt Medley Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco is “close” to rejoining the club after being sidelined since Late-April due to a hamstring injury.Indians General Manager Mike Chernoff told MLB Network Radio the right-hander might make one more rehab start or could be back in Cleveland before that.
Related Topics Having a commanding lead going into half time, the Avon Eagles came out and were held scoreless by North Olmsted in the 3rd quarter with sophomore, Ryan Maloy who complete 46.7% of his passes coming into tonight.North Olmsted’s coach wanted to see who had it in them to come out and fight in the second half. Unfortunately, the 3 points in the first half and the 7 that would come in the fourth left coaches with a continued effort to produce. The coach also went on to say that the same problems from last week loomed over their heads again tonight. The Defensive coordinator for Avon gave credit to the Hall of Fame coaching staff of North Olmsted. He also went on to say that they prepared for the size of The Eagles and their run game, coming with the mind set to fill the gaps and step up to the challenge. “The kids did that…. And we did that well, except for a few plays.”Avon’s Head Coach, Mike Elder, spoke on Mason McLemore saying that “Their belief is that there is only so much tread on a tire, so why wear it out when you don’t have to? The kids are not selfish and they understand that belief which also gave the opportunity for kids that did not get to play in the first half a chance to get into the game. It also”He also feels that it takes time to create a passing game, but his coaches are smart and have the know how. Evidence of which shows in Avon also having some guys to watch in the college ranks with Jarryd dressing at Mount Union and Sam Gerak who is committed to Northwestern for his domination of the offensive line and hid leadership on the team.Avon plays Midview next week and North Olmsted’s coach seems to think that this division will end up with Avon and Midview in the finals. I asked Avon’s coach was it too early to speculate and he said, “the teams focus is the game at hand.” Elder also went on to say, “next week’s meeting with Midview has become quite a rivalry with Midview winning two years in a row and before that Avon had beat them 4 years in a row.“Rivalries happen because of parody… ya know. they’ve beaten us and we’ve beaten them…. and they’ve gotten the best of us lately. We’re just excited to have the opportunity to play them again. It’s been a long wait to get to play them, so we’re excited!” ~Mike Elder David Sprouse Follow NEOSI on twitter @neosportsinside and David Sprouse @djhouse2011. Stay up to date with the best sports coverage in Cleveland here and on our broadcast partner, AM930WEOL. Stay tuned to Fox8 Friday Night Touch Down and WKYC 3 High School Sport.High School Football Fans were happy and wanting to celebrate the victory and it was all smiles tonight. “The Nest” was rocking with cheers, chants and music. Here are a couple of friends that were rooting on the home team just before halftime. Co-editor, photographer covering the Cleveland Monsters, Gladiators and Indians. Also, passionate about high school sports, be sure to follow David on Twitter and Instagram @neosi_sprouse for in-game updates and up-to-the-minute developing news. AVON – This game recap is brought to you by the B.A. Sweetie Candy Company, located at 6770 Brookpark Road, Cleveland, Ohio. The Avon Eagles (2-0-0) played host to the Eagles of North Olmsted (1-1-0) tonight. Avon coming in trying to find their identity offensively behind Senior QB Matt Kelly and RB Mason McLemore. Avon took a step forward tonight defeating North Olmsted 45-10 in an electrified stadium. North Olmsted arrived prepared for the battle that would ensue however, the misalignments and poor kicking game made it very difficult to produce much against Avon, one of Ohio’s most winningest high school football programs.Avon pounded the run and aired it out several times racking up 42 points in the first half.There was no shortage of offensive play from North Olmsted though. The running attack from Senior Christopher Jones and QB Brandon Maximovich seemed to keep the ball moving for most of the game until turn overs and a big defensive line of Avon made it impossible to capitalize.
Eli Mooneyham Related TopicsCleveland MonstersJoonas KorpisaloKeith Aulie Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. The Cleveland Monsters have some news regarding the team that broke Monday.The first bit of news is that Keith Aulie has been released from his professional tryout contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Aulie had been playing for the Cleveland Monsters for the last week, as the defenseman played three games for the team. In those games, Aulie had a -1 +/- when on the ice.The other news is that goaltender Joonas Korpisalo has been assigned to the Monsters. Korpisalo is returning from the Injured Reserved after missing the start of the season due to a groin injury he suffered in preseason. Korpisalo helped the Monsters win the Calder Cup last year, so fitting in should not be a problem.
Related TopicsBedford High SchoolCornerstone High School Mike Coutee Three Cornerstone players scored in double digits and the Patriots improved to 9-3 by defeating the Bedford Bearcats 65-49.The Patriots led throughout the whole game, though the Bearcats kept it close for three quarters. However, CCA opened things up by going on a 13-0 run in the fourth quarter to seal the deal, as two three’s behind the arc highlighted the run.One of the main stories in this game was Cornerstone creating second-chance point opportunities by grabbing their own rebounds.“We were on a high level on rebounding on both ends on the floor, especially on offense.” Cornerstone Head Coach Andy Weybrecht said. ” (We) wanted to make sure we’re boxing out and limiting other team with one chance.”Forward Brandon McQueen scored 23 points, along with going 6-6 at the free-throw line.“I told my teammates we have to play with a chip on our shoulder. We knew that Bedford wasn’t going to go down easily.” McQueen said. ” (I) told my teammates we have to finish them and that’s what we did.”Despite fouling out, Junior guard Michael Bothwell scored 12 points. After the game, Boswell talked about his trust in his teammates.“I know I’m not going to score 20 or 30 points every game, just as long we get that ‘W’.” Bothwell said. “Yes, I got into foul troubles, but we just adjust to the refs on how they’re calling it and just move on.”Tre Williams also added 11 points tonight in the victory.Cornerstone will face Garaway on Saturday at home and Bedford will play Shaw on Friday.
Matt Medley Related Topics Greater Cleveland Conference Standings (5/1)Solon 12-2, 10-0Strongsville 12-7, 8-2Brunswick 10-7, 6-4Medina 12-11, 5-5Elyria 11-9, 4-6Shaker Heights 7-8, 4-6Mentor 7-8, 3-7Euclid 2-12, 0-8 Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games.
Sea Turtle Inc. held a presentation on “How to Care For Sea Turtles” at the Port Isabel Historic Museum Thursday. (Staff photo by Craig Alaniz)By CRAIG ALANIZPort Isabel-South Padre PRESSEnvironmental Educator Kat Lillie from Sea Turtle Inc. presented “How to Care For Sea Turtles” at the Port Isabel Historic Museum Thursday.Lillie said that STI currently has four species in their facility. She said Sea Turtle Inc. has zoological permits that allow them to care for turtles when they are no longer fit to be released into the wild.STI treats turtles for all types of injuries, Lillie said, but there are five main reasons for a sea turtle to spend time at the rehabilitation center.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the July 2 edition of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Share RelatedBON VOYAGE! Sea Turtle, Inc. returns seven turtles to bayBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com For Sea Turtle, Inc. volunteer Debra Cadena, her first opportunity to release a sea turtle into the Laguna Madre was an especially poignant moment. She smiled as she held her turtle, Clifford, up for the children who were watching from the railing of…April 13, 2015In “News”Turtle Twist: Amidst Kemp’s ridley nesting season, loggerhead turtle found on IslandPRESS Staff Report A loggerhead sea turtle nest was discovered on Sunday, June 7 containing 111 eggs. Sea Turtle, Inc. estimates that the eggs should hatch sometime in July. Though the Laguna Madre is a popular nesting spot for the endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, it’s rare for a loggerhead to make her nest here since…June 12, 2015In “News”TURTLE-RRIFICSTI releases nine rehabilitated turtles, finds season’s first Kemp’s ridley nest By DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press firstname.lastname@example.org It was a big week for Sea Turtle Inc. (STI) last week as the non-profit turtle rescue and rehabilitation organization held a public release of nine turtles and found the first Kemp’s…April 7, 2017In “News”
Related‘Cash for Trash’ back in effectSpecial to the PRESS Once again, Cameron County Parks and Recreation will implement a Cash for Trash Return Refund Program. The program will begin March 11 through September 9 and will operate on the Cameron County beaches north of access 5. This program is intended to address the negative impacts…March 14, 2013In “News”‘Trash for Cash’ back in 2016Special to the PRESS Once again, Cameron County Parks & Recreation will implement a Cash for Trash Return Refund Program which will run through the end of summer of 2016. The program will begin March 9, 2016 and will run through Sept. 5, 2016. It will operate on the Cameron…March 4, 2016In “News”Cash For Trash back againSpecial to the PRESS Once again, Cameron County Parks will implement a Cash For Trash Return Refund Program. The program will begin March 1 through Sept. 9 and will operate on the Cameron County Beaches north of Access Number 5. This program is intended to address the negative impacts of…February 9, 2012In “News” Share Special to the PRESSOnce again, Cameron County Parks & Recreation will implement a CASH FOR TRASH RETURN REFUND PROGRAM which will run through the end of summer of 2015. The program will begin March 4, 2015 and will run thru September 7, 2015 and will operate on the Cameron County Beaches Access 5 & 6. This program is intended to address the negative impacts of domestic trash left behind by visitors of county beaches. This program began in 2010 as a pilot project and has shown great success in helping keep the beaches clean plus educating the public about the unsanitary environment and the detriment to human and marine life created by leaving trash behind.As a result of the Cash for Trash Return Refund Program, since the summer of 2010, over 500 tons of trash has been removed from North County beaches. Cameron County Commissioner Court has supported this endeavor since its establishment. Commissioner Sofia C. Benavides states, “This program has been a great success since its inception. I want to thank the public for their cooperation and continued participation in ensuring the preservation of our beaches for our future generations to enjoy.” She also states, “We want our beach visitors to enjoy a clean and safe beach.” Cameron County Parks & Recreation have supported other successful methods to combat the litter problem, such as the Texas Adopt A Beach Guardian Program, Valley Proud Environment Council-Captain Crab Clean Beach Program, Respeta Su Playa/Respect Your Beach Program and a County Park’s sponsored Code Enforcement program.Again, the Cash for Trash Return Refund Program will operate during our season’s busiest time, March 4, 2015 thru September 7, 2015. In addition to the general beach user fee of $5.00, Cameron County Park staff will collect an additional $5.00, which will be a trash bag deposit for every vehicle entering only County Beach Accesses 5 & 6, and then an empty trash bag will be provided with an attached receipt. As the visitors exit the beach, county staff will refund $5.00 in return for their receipt and county issued bag full of trash. The refund will only be issued for that same day, if the bag is full and if they return before 7:00 p.m.Trash left behind is not only unsightly, but is harmful to our environment, marine and wildlife habitat and more particularly humans. We ask the public, and the users to respect public lands and please observe all State and County Litter Laws. For any additional information regarding this program you may contact Joe E. Vega, Parks Director with the Cameron County Parks and Recreation Department, at (956) 761-3700 or by email at email@example.com.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
By LARRY GAGESpecial to the PRESSThe Port Isabel Lady Tarpons hoops squad appeared to have its game all in order Tuesday night as they overwhelmed the visiting Chargers of IDEA Frontier Academy, 58-14, at Tarpon Gym.It was something of a mismatch and Port Isabel had it under control from the start. The Lady Tarpons led 19-2 at the end of the first quarter, 30-10 at the half, and 42-12 at the end of three.“We’ve been itching to play for two weeks,” head coach Blake Ramsey told the Press after the game. “We’ve been practicing and practicing against each other, so it was good to finally get in a real game.”Gabby Murchison led P.I. with 16 points and seven rebounds. Jasmine Saldivar and Anna Delgado each scored seven points and Sabrina Garza added six. Murchison blocked a shot and made three steals, Saldivar got two steals, and Ava Gomez also recorded a block.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Share RelatedLady Tarpons Collar Bulldogs, 47-42By LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel High Lady Tarpons beat Lyford 47-42 in a non-district girls’ basketball game Monday afternoon at Tarpon Gym. With the win Port Isabel improves to 4-4 on the season. School is officially out all this week because of the Thanksgiving holiday. …November 29, 2015In “News”Lady Tarpons Drop District Opener at ZapataBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons basketball team made the long trip to Zapata Tuesday night and lost a hard-fought battle to the Zapata Lady Hawks in the first district game for both teams. It went right down to the final buzzer and the…December 18, 2015In “News”Lady Hawks Ground Lady Tarpons, 57-42By LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons lost to the Lady Hawks of Zapata, 57-42, in a District 32-4A basketball game Tuesday at Tarpon Gym. Port Isabel drops to 2-6 in district play with the loss, and is tied for sixth place in the standings…January 22, 2016In “News”