|Also called||Dorsoduro 750 Factory ABS, Dorsoduro 750 Factory, Dorsoduro 750 ABS|
|Production||2008 - 2017|
|Bore / Stroke||92.0mm x 56.4mm|
|Horse Power||90.12 HP (67.2 KW) @ 8750RPM|
|Torque||60.48 ft/lbs (82.0 Nm) @ 4500RPM|
|Ignition type||digital electronic, integrated in the fuel injection system.|
|Transmission||Gear box: 6-speed |
Final Drive: chain
|Suspension||Front: sachs upside - down. spring preload and hydraulic rebound adjustable. |
Rear: aluminum alloy swingarm. hydraulic sachs monoshock absorber. spring preload and hydraulic rebound adjustable.
|Brakes||Front: double disc. abs.stainless steel wave floating wave disc. 4-piston. |
Rear: single disc. abs. four-piston radial calipers..
|Wheelbase||59.25 inches (1505 mm)|
|Dimensions||L 87.24 inches (2216 mm)|
W 35.63 inches (905 mm)
H 46.65 inches (1185 mm)
|Seat height||34.25 inches (870 mm)|
|Weight||410.06 pounds (186.0 Kg) (dry), 186.0 kg (wet)|
|Fuel capacity||3.17 Gallon (12.00 Liters)|
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The Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS was a v2, four-stroke supermoto motorcycle produced by Aprilia between 2008 and 2017. Max torque was 60.48 ft/lbs (82.0 Nm) @ 4500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 90.12 HP (67.2 KW) @ 8750 RPM.
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- 4 Overview
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- 6 Specifications
- 7 2008 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 8 2009 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 9 2009 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
- 10 2010 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 11 2011 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 12 2012 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 13 2013 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 14 2014 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
- 15 2014 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
- 16 2015 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
- 17 2015 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
The bike has a 6-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the hydraulically operated multi-plate wet clutch..
It came with a 120/70-17 front tire and a 180/55-17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via double disc. abs.stainless steel wave floating wave disc. 4-piston. in the front and a single disc. abs. four-piston radial calipers.. in the rear. The front suspension was a sachs upside - down. spring preload and hydraulic rebound adjustable. while the rear was equipped with a aluminum alloy swingarm. hydraulic sachs monoshock absorber. spring preload and hydraulic rebound adjustable.. The Dorsoduro 750 ABS was fitted with a 3.17 Gallon (12.00 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 410.06 pounds (186.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 59.25 inches (1505 mm) long.
The Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO is an extreme motorcycle for the extreme rider, the rider who refuses all compromise in his quest for the best.
Once again Aprilia has amazed the motorcycling world with another highly innovative design, destined to dominate the maxi motard segment. The Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO is not just another twin cylinder motard, but a motorcycle that embodies all of Aprilia’s vast experience in competitive supermotard racing, a speciality in which Aprilia has so often dominated the competition.
The ultimate mix of incredible agility, sports performance, essential styling and quality build, and combines features taken from the worlds of supersport and supermotard motorcycles (including top competition machines). This concentration of performance and technology is build for absolute riding satisfaction and fun. A special bike indeed, extreme and elite, the SMV 750 elevates its rider to the class of a true professional.
A riding position carefully calculated to deliver total control, a mighty 95 horsepower engine and an amazingly agile chassis are the distinctive features of the Aprilia SMV 750.
No bland machine for the masses, but a true thoroughbred that only expert riders can really appreciate, the SMV 750 carries you into a world of high performance and even higher emotions that very few other motorcycles can enter. Graced with the agile handling of all motards, the SMV 750 adds a level of power normally only found on road-going supersports.
An advanced engine and an exceptional chassis (typical of all Aprilia motorcycles) are the trump cards of the SMV 750, which also boasts sporting looks and a level of agility never before experienced on a twin.
Lightweight, agile, and powerful, the SMV 750 benefits from a new generation of engine and some of the most advanced technical solutions found on any motard. Thanks to advanced electronics, its compact 90° V twin engine delivers power that rivals or exceeds that of many larger twins. And as Aprilia traditions demand, the chassis is simply unrivalled. Developed to deadly effect on the super-specialist SXV, this mixed steel trellis and aluminum frame has become the hallmark of Aprilia motards. With technical specifications far in advance of the competition, this frame sets new standards for rigidity and agility.
But ‘essential’ certainly does not mean ‘basic’ on the Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO. Components and performance are prestigious and the level of finish is worthy of a true flagship model. Radial calipers, hydraulic clutch, ride-by-wire engine control, wave discs, and matrix instrumentation with on board computer all combine to make the SMV 750 unique.
With a power to weight ratio of a pure sports bike, the Aprilia SMV 750 can thrill even the most performance-hungry rider.
Let’s look at the features of the Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO in greater detail:
- 90° V twin engine with four-valve heads, double overhead cam and liquid cooling
- Ride-by-wire controls
- Electronic fuel injection with the latest generation of injectors
- Mixed gear and chain timing drive
- Three way catalytic converter with Lambda probe
- Compound steel trellis and aluminum alloy frame for extremely light weight and high torsional rigidity
- Aluminium alloy swingarm with offset monoshock
- Fully adjustable 43 mm upside down fork
- Racing brakes with radial front calipers
On essential machines like the Aprilia SMV 750, the minimalist and aggressive bodywork is nothing more than a frame for motorcycling technology, with engine and chassis becoming central to the overall design. The SMV 750 is a radical, acrobatic, sports motorcycle with no space for frills or parts that are not essential to delivering maximum riding pleasure. That is why body panels are reduced to a minimum. Just like a real racing machine, the SMV 750 DORSODURO eliminates everything the rider does not actually need, including passenger footrests (available as an optional accessory). And no frills means a clear view of the bike’s amazing technical components.
The Aprilia SMV 750 is a concentration of pure technology, as you can clearly see from its mean, sporting lines. And aggression is expressed not only through masses of power and torque, but through extreme agility too. Though every part on the SMV 750 is designed to be as light as possible, finish and quality are nevertheless superb. The Aprilia SMV 750 is built to satisfy its rider in every sense of the word.
The center of the bike is impressively compact to facilitate movement under sports riding conditions. The rider really does become an integral part of the machine, shifting weight effortlessly to control power output under all riding conditions, even on circuits where classic motard wheelies and power slides are the order of the day.
The Aprilia SMV 750 is incredibly slim and agile, with a riding position that puts you in total control. It only takes a few metres on a SMV 750 to learn how to control the bike exactly as you want, and to develop a perfect symbiosis between man and machine.
The knife-sharp tail houses a twinned exhaust, a solution that not only gives the bike a mean, aggressive look but also achieves perfect symmetry and ideal weight distribution.
Aprilia’s generous and ultra-modern V90 engine has already established itself as a leader in performance and technology.
On the SMV 750 various aspects of the engine have been modified to adapt power delivery to suit the acrobatic nature of the bike. Endless hours of bench and road testing have led to the definition of an ideal mapping, allowing this twin cylinder power plant to set new records for its size and to surpass many engines of far greater displacement too.
A quick glance is all that is required to reveal the engine’s main features:
- 90° V twin layout
- Ride-by-wire control technology
- Very over-square bore to stroke ratio
- Four valves per cylinder
- Double overhead cam with mixed gear and chain timing drive
- Electronic fuel injection with two throttle bodies
- Stick-coils integrated in the spark plug caps
- Three way catalytic converter and Lambda probe
- Hydraulically operated clutch
The latest generation injection system uses micro-spray injectors. Combined with optimized fluid dynamics, this solution ensures optimal combustion for maximum power and an extremely clean burn.
Sophisticated electronic engine management establishes the Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO as the supermotard the others have to beat when it comes to performance.
Aprilia was the first manufacturer to use ride-by-wire technology on a motorcycle. This sophisticated technical solution is not intended to replace rider input but to assist the rider in getting the very best possible performance from his motorcycle. The Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO is equipped with the second generation of electronic throttle control. More precise and sophisticated mapping also contributes to improved engine management. Ride-by-wire control optimises throttle opening on the basis of a number of parameters, including engine speed, the gear selected, air flow, twist grip position, and temperature. The engine is therefore always able to deliver its best performance in acceleration by adjusting its torque curve to give a more satisfying and thrilling ride. The advanced electronic technology on the SMV 750 also delivers smoother and fuller power at low to medium engine speeds, optimising the functioning of the engine at low loads, when the throttle is only partly open.
Thanks to its high-tech systems, Aprilia’s V90 engine delivers an amazing 95 hp at 9,000 rpm with 8.25 Kgm of torque at 7,000 rpm, record values for a 750 cc twin. This level of engine performance places the Aprilia SMV 750 DORSODURO in direct competition with many bikes powered by far bigger engines.
A latest generation ECU manages all engine parameters, with a CAN network carrying all signals to an instrument cluster that incorporates a self-diagnostic terminal. The CAN line uses only two wires to handle all data, dramatically simplifying the electrical system and reducing the overall weight of the motorcycle.
The exhaust is made entirely from stainless steel. The collector pipes meet in a single silencer under the seat before splitting again into two tail pipes. The large volume of the exhaust system also aids engine breathing and boosts efficiency.
Motorcyclist August 2008
|Make Model||Aprilia SMV 750 Dorsoduro|
|Engine||Liquid cooled, four stroke, longitudinal 90°V twin, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder|
|Bore x Stroke||92 x 56.4 mm|
|Induction||Integrated engine management system. Injection with Ride by Wire technology control of the throttle bodies|
|Ignition / Starting||Digital electronic, integrated with the injection, two spark plugs per cylinder / electric|
|Exhaust||Two in one system in 100% stainless steel with three-way catalytic converter and Lambda probe|
|Max Power||95 hp 70 KW @ 9000 rpm|
|Max Torque||8.25 kg-m @ 7000 rpm|
|Transmission / Drive||6 Speed / chain|
|Transmission Ratio||° 36/14 (2.57) 2° 32/17 (1.88) 3° 30/20 (1.5) 4° 28/22 (1.27)|
|5° 23/26 (0.88)6° 24/25 (0.96)|
|Frame||Modular steal trellis secured to albumin side plates by high steal bolts.|
|Front Suspension||43 mm Upside-down fork. 167 mm wheel travel|
|Rear Suspension||Aluminium alloy swingarm with reinforcement truss. Hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in spring preload and rebound damping. 150mm Wheel travel.|
|Front Brakes||2x 320mm discs 4 piston caliper|
|Rear Brakes||Single 240mm disc 1 piston caliper|
|Front Tyre||120/70 ZR17|
|Rear Tyre||190/55 ZR17|
|Seat height||870 mm|
|Fuel Capacity||12 Liters|
|Consumption average||18.8 km/lit|
|Standing ¼ Mile||12.8 sec|
|Top Speed||202.9 km/h|
2008 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
Tons of thrill and adrenaline can come from a middleweight bike, and the 2007 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 is one of these machines. Extremely agile and with plenty of torque for rolling burnouts in almost any gear, this supermotard is one of the perfect commuters. It comes with a sporty character for traffic light holeshot starts, and a slender profile to easily navigate through the slow traffic.
Compact and powerful, the Dorsoduro 750 also comes with three engine mappings, adjustable suspensions, radial calipers and improved ergonomics. A 25 kW, A2 license version is also available.
2009 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
Lightweight and agile, sporty yet fairly easy to tame, the 2008 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 boasts a new-generation engine and now packs even more nerve for fun rides. The bike also comes with precise ride-by-wire throttle and tri-map technology offering divers performance output for Touring, Sport and Rain.
With the max torque already available at 4500 rpm, you can imagine the fun this bike is capable of. Compliant suspensions allows the Dorsoduro 750 to ride just as well on the track and highway, as it does in the city and even when straying off the asphalt. Also available in in a 25 Kw version.
2009 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
Knowing that some riders simply feel better when aboard a machine with ABS brakes, Aprilia added an anti-lock system to the Dorsoduro 750, taking control and riding joy to the next level. The bike's savage supermoto character remained unchanged, with the max torque already available at mid-range rpm and making riding the Dorsoduro 750 a truly exhilarating experience.
Add in the tri-map (Sport, Touring and Rain), the ride by wire throttle, optional accessories for overnight outings, racing-grade radial front calipers and small rake angle for enhanced maneuverability and you've got yourself a really nifty bike for both commuting and asphalt aggression.
2010 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
They say that once you start to master a supermotard, it will forever change the way you see the motorcycle world... and we're kind of buying that. Sporty, full of nerve yet ultra-maneuverable and providing a thrilling ride wherever you may be traveling to.
With the max torque already available at 4500 rpm, it's easy to understand how cool the bike feels. The engine comes with ride by wires and a triple mapping to comply with the different needs, and a 25kW A2 license-legal version is also available.
2011 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
Ofter referred to as an elegant street aggressor, the 201 Dorsoduro 750 is Aprilia's middleweight supermoto machine, a really nifty choice for those who are not that fond of liter-class bikes, but are not willing to settle with a compromise solution. Powerful, extremely agile and good-looking, the 2010 Dorsoduro 750 has been developed in collaboration with Aprilia Racing Division, so you can expect nothing short of spectacular from it.
With low rpm values for obtaining maximal torque, this bike exhibits strong accelerations under all conditions, taking the fun factor to the next level. Add in triple engine mapping, ride by wire throttle, updated 2-channel ABS and race-grade brakes. A 25kW version for beginners is also available.
2012 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
There can hardly be a bike that's more agile than a supermoto one. And when the supermoto architecture receives input from a top racing body, such as Aprilia, one can only expect the best. One of the results of such an endeavor is the 2011 Dorsoduro 750, a bike which makes full and good use of the hybrid trellis-aluminum racing frame and finely-tuned engine.
Add in ride-by-wire, three riding modes, premium injection derived form the racing programs, fully adjustable suspensions and 2-channel ABS for safe braking even in the nastiest of scenarios and have these blended with the aggressive riding stance and you'll get the picture of how middleweight supermotards should look like.
2013 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
The 2013 MY Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 749cc, single cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce a claimed 92 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque.
It comes standard with a 43mm upside-down fork, a rear adjustable monoshock, dual 320mm discs in the front and a single 240mm disc, a dual seat, a modern and aggressive overall design, plus a digital instrumentation panel.
2014 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
The 2014 My Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS sports a liquid-cooled, four-valve, 749cc L-twin that produces 92 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque. It is a fun supemotard mainly because of its Aprilia sportbike DNA, and the fact that maximum torque is achieved near the mid-rev range only makes it more gritty.
The chassis and the frame have a balanced steel/ aluminum construction that provides firm, predictable handling for both casual and hooliganic riding. The 43mm upside-down fork and the alluminium alloy swingarm have been derived from racing technology and provide rider comfort as well as great handling.
In the brake department, the discs have a floating wave design that is a plus to the visual side. The standard ABS ensures optimum braking from high-speeds.
2014 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
The 2014 MY Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 is a powerful supermotard, which boasts one of the best weight to power ratios in its class. It boasts standard features such as a 43mm upside-down fork, a rear adjustable monoshock, dual 320mm discs in the front and a single 240mm disc, a dual seat, a modern and aggressive overall design, plus a digital instrumentation panel.
In the tech/engine department, it sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 749cc, single cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce a claimed 92 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque.
2015 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
The 2015 MY Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS is a perfect combination of performance, technology and fun. Light, agile, but with a firm power delivery and the latest safety features available on the market make the Dorsoduro a preferred choice for those in search of a brawny supermoto beast.
Sporting a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 749cc L-twin, producing 92 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque, it also has state-of-the-art tech which the engineers from the house of Noale have developed. Features like ride-by-wire, electronic fuel injection, ABS and many more make the Italian two-wheeler always stay a step ahead its competition. Also, with three engine mappings, the Dorsoduro has the perfect response for a wide variety of riding scenarios.
2015 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
The 2015 MY Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 749cc, single cylinder powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission, and can produce 92 horsepower and 82 Nm of torque. This gritty supermotard comes standard with features such as a 43mm upside-down fork, a rear adjustable monoshock, dual 320mm discs in the front and a single 240mm disc, a dual seat, a modern and aggressive overall design, plus a digital instrumentation panel.