Aprilia SR50 R Factory
|Aprilia SR50 R Factory
|2008 - 2010
Liquid cooled horizontal single cylinder two stroke
|Bore / Stroke
|40.6mm x 40.6mm
|Gear box: V-belt
Final Drive: Gears in oil bath
|Front: Hydraulic fork, 90 mm wheel travel
Rear: Engine unit acting as swingarm; frame linkages on two radial silent block mountings; wheel travel 70 mm
|Front: 190 mm disc
Rear: 190 mm disc
|130/60 x 13
|130/60 x 13
|50.79 inches (1290 mm)
|73.19 inches (1859 mm)
|27.8 inches (706 mm)
|32.28 inches (820 mm)
|199.0 kg (wet)
Engine[edit | edit source]
Drive[edit | edit source]
The bike has a V-belt transmission. Power was moderated via the Automatic centrifugal dry clutch.
Chassis[edit | edit source]
It came with a 130/60 x 13 front tire and a 130/60 x 13 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via 190 mm disc in the front and a 190 mm disc in the rear. The front suspension was a Hydraulic fork, 90 mm wheel travel while the rear was equipped with a Engine unit acting as swingarm; frame linkages on two radial silent block mountings; wheel travel 70 mm. The wheelbase was 50.79 inches (1290 mm) long.
2008 Aprilia SR50 R Factory[edit | edit source]
Who said 50cc scooters are dull should take a closer look at the 2007 SR50 R Factory. Sporting Aprilia's acclaimed racing heritage transformed in the best racing technologies for the small-displacement two-wheelers, the SR50 R Factory is a scooter which will redefine your notion of fun. A commuter and a racing scooter, the SR50 R Factory performs just as good as it looks.
Far from being the tame city slicer, the 2007 SR50 R Factory boasts a motorcycle-class road stance, with precise handling and high-performance features, such as the dual disc brakes, a digital dash and the killer RSV-inspired livery.
2009 Aprilia SR50 R Factory[edit | edit source]
Trying to avoid making compromises, even though you're planning to get a scooter? The 2009 Aprilia SR50 R Factory is most likely your best choice out there. Created from the ground up as a sport scooter, the SR50 was the first Racing Replica machine ever, while subsequent generations added dual disc brakes and injection.
Add in the true racing livery and the track-proven Aprilia technologies, and you're in for the fun of a lifetime, with this 2-stroke scooter. Extremely nimble around the city and fun when taken to the track, the 2008 SR50 R Factory is great for a young rider as it is a nifty commuter solution for seasoned rider, too.
2010 Aprilia SR50 R Factory[edit | edit source]
A treat for the Canadan market, the SR50 R Factory is a scooter one just doesn't run into everyday. If you thought the SR 50 base model livery was cool, this one is here to change your mind. The 2009 SR50 R Factory brings in the classic racing heritage of the Italian "tricolore" design, you only meet in special edition factory superbikes, making this scooter even cooler.
On the tech side, the 2009 Aprilia SR50 R Factory retains the punchy 2-stroke liquid-cooled EFI engine and convenient, intuitive automatic transmission and the nimble character for fast city rides and fun weekend outings.