Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 Concept
|Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 Concept|
|Bore / Stroke||91.4mm x 91.4mm|
|Horsepower||94.94 HP (70.8 KW) @ 9000RPM|
|Torque||59.75 ft/lbs (81.0 Nm) @ 7000RPM|
|Transmission||Gear box: Spur gears
Final Drive: Chain
|Suspension||Front: 43 mm upside-down fork. 120 mm wheel travel.
Rear: Hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in spring preload and rebound damping. Wheel travel: 160 mm.
|Brakes||Front: Double stainless steel floating 320mm discs, ABS
Rear: Stainless steel disc 245 mm, ABS
|Front Tire||120/70 ZR 17|
|Rear Tire||180/55 ZR 17|
|Wheelbase||56.69 inches (1440 mm)|
|Length||89.21 inches (2266 mm)|
|Width||31.5 inches (800 mm)|
|Seat Height||31.89 inches (810 mm)|
|Weight||186.0 kg (wet)|
The Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 Concept was a Aprilia V90 four stroke longitudinal 90° V twin. Liquid cooling. Double overhead camshaft with mixed gear/chain drive; four valves per cylinder. Supermotard motorcycle produced by Aprilia in 2008. Max torque was 59.75 ft/lbs (81.0 Nm) @ 7000 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 94.94 HP (70.8 KW) @ 9000 RPM.
The bike has a Spur gears transmission. Power was moderated via the Hydraulically operated multi-plate wet clutch.
It came with a 120/70 ZR 17 front tire and a 180/55 ZR 17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via Double stainless steel floating 320mm discs, ABS in the front and a Stainless steel disc 245 mm, ABS in the rear. The front suspension was a 43 mm upside-down fork. 120 mm wheel travel. while the rear was equipped with a Hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in spring preload and rebound damping. Wheel travel: 160 mm.. The wheelbase was 56.69 inches (1440 mm) long.
2008 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 Concept
Here's how the amazing 2008 Dorsoduro 750 came into being, a natural evolution of function and shape, set into motion by the desire to offer riders a more aggressive supermotard, with revised styling and better-performing architecture. The final bike had to be a top-drawer ride and look even better, so the designers had a difficult task, which they carried out with flying colors, anyway.
If you see a 2008 Dorsoduro 750 today, you'll most likely be enthralled by the edgy, aggressive design cues, smartly mixed with function-focused engineering and resulting in a machine that's both lovable and breathing a bit of fear.