“This thing handles like a dream,” was motovlogger Chester Wheeler's verdict as he changed lanes on the Aprilia RSV4 Factory. “I bet it would be excellent in the mountains or on the track,” Chester said. “I can tell because of how easily I can flick the bike from the slow lane to the fast lane. Some other bikes don’t feel as flickity when flicking them around… you know?” Fans of Chester were in for a real treat when a pot-hole-infested onramp appeared 35 minutes into the review. “Now we can see what this baby can really do,” said Chester before reaching a max lean angle of 18 degrees while stuck behind a Toyota Prius. “Wow, that’s amazing. It’s like these supersport race-replica machines were built specifically for onramps!” Other highlights of the motorcycle review include an accurate depiction of what it looks like to sit in traffic in a country where lane splitting is still illegal, an endless stretch of stoplights to allow for ample menu/screen exploration, and realizing it’s still better than watching any U.K. review where it’s pissing down rain the entire time.
“I’m blessed to be doing what I’m doing,” said Chester. “Especially when you consider that America has some of the best motorcycling roads in the world. Literally, if anyone living in those areas thought to strap a camera to their helmet, I’d be out of business. Fortunately, they haven’t, so I’m still going strong here in my giant square city made up of smaller squares.”