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Features & Benefits
Covers most Aprilia Motorcycles and Scooters
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Dedicated 24 hour claim line
Optional Breakdown, Personal Accident & Excess Protection available
Instant quote & cover
Aprilia Motorcycle and Scooter Insurance
Lexham have been providing motorcycle insurance for over 23 years, so if you’re looking for a quote on your new or used Aprilia motorcycle you can either get a quote with us online or alternatively if you prefer to speak to one of our specialist call centre members, why not give us a call on 01379 646529?
Popular Aprilia models we cover
- SR GT 125
- SXR 50
- RS 125
- RS 125 GP Replica
- Tuono 125
- Shiver 900
The brief History of Aprilia
Shortly after World War II ended, Aprilia was set up as a bicycle production factory in Noale, Italy, founded by Alberto Beggio.
However, in 1968 Alberto’s son, Ivano Beggio took over the company building Aprilia's first motorcycle, a blue and gold 50cc. Although, it wasn’t till 1970 that the product began to gain popularity thanks to the creation of the Scarabeo motocross bike.
Aprilia today is well known for its prominent presence in MOTO GP, producing fast sports bikes and a wide range of scooters and small-capacity motorcycles for every type of rider.
Aprilia Motorcycle and Scooter FAQs
Where are Aprilia Motorcycles made?
Historically, Aprilia Motorcycles were exclusively made in Noale, Italy. However, this was until Aprilia became part of the Piaggio Group, in which Piaggio took some of the most popular motorcycles from the range and took its production further abroad to countries such as China, India, and Vietnam.
Who is Aprilia owned by and who makes the bikes?
Aprilia has been part of the Piaggio Group since 2004, becoming one of the seven manufacturers owned by Piaggio the 4th largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world.
What type of bikes does Aprilia sell?
Famous for its gorgeous Italian designs, Aprilia specialises in sports bikes, naked bikes, and scooters.
Is Aprilia a good motorcycle brand?
Aprilia is an Italian manufacturer with a great heritage and reputation for their gorgeous motorcycles with sporty performance, design, and build.
Aprilia Motorcycle Insurance FAQs
How much does Aprilia Insurance cost?
The cost of your Aprilia Insurance will be dependent on a few factors such as the type of bike you own, the age of the bike, as well as your location and occupation to name a few.
Thankfully we here at Lexham we are committed to trying to find you competitive insurance policies on a wide range of different two-wheeled vehicles.
What types of Aprilia Motorcycles and scooters do you insure?
There are 6 main categories of motorcycles: street, cruiser, custom, sport, tourer, and dual sport. Our team will try to find you the best insurance for whatever type of bike you own, comparing all offers from our UK Insurer panel to find the most suitable cover for you.
However, if you are looking to insure an older Aprilia bike, we also offer classic motorcycle insurance.
Do you need insurance to ride an Aprilia Motorcycle or Scooter?
The answer is yes. In order to ride your Aprilia motorcycle or scooter on UK public roads, it must be insured. Whether you have a provisional license or a full bike license, we can offer a package that is right for you.
What levels of insurance coverage are there for an Aprilia Scooter or Motorcycle?
There are three levels of insurance coverage we can offer you for your Aprilia bike here at Lexham, these include:
- Third-Party only
- Third-Party, Fire and Theft
How can I get cheaper insurance on my Aprilia?
Why should I choose Lexham to insure my Aprilia motorcycle?
Lexham have several exclusive insurance schemes backed up by a specialist UK team to help you in any way they can to get the correct coverage for both you and your motorcycle.
Policy Add Ons
We offer specialist insurance for your motorcycle, scooter or moped, as well as offering a range of benefits as standard. Plus, you can tailor your cover with optional extras, including Breakdown Cover, Excess Protection, Helmet and Leathers and Personal Accident cover.