Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 overview

Often compared to the KTM 990 Supermoto or the Ducati Hypermotard, Aprilia‘s Dorsoduro 750 is a lot more affordable, fun and an easy ride.

If a large capacity supermoto is what you’re after then that’s exactly what you’ll get with the Dorsoduro. Taking elements of supercross stylings with the minimal body panels and engine visible to the eye, the Dorsoduro 750 is a great bike for commuting because of its nimbleness but with smooth power of the 750 it can be suitable for longer rides too. Aprilia have pulled out all the stops with some quality features including Brembo brakes, side-mounted adjustable shock and an epic throttle.

If you’re a taller rider then the Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 might be worth a look at it, with a seat height of around 780mm. The model is also fitted with the same V-twin engine that features in the Aprilia Shiver, the only difference you’ll find is the fueling and the exhaust. The tank range is around 100 miles with 40mpg, and you’re looking to pay approximately £6,000.

Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 spec

Seat height870mm
Weight186kg
EngineLiquid cooled, four stroke, DOHC, 4v
Capacity749cc
Average fuel consumption40mpg
Top speed135mph
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Owner Reviews

Submitted by:YodaReview Date: November 2017
Comfort
Being 6ft4 it's difficult to find a bike that's comfortable, I can ride all day without aches and pains
Ride Quality
Keeps up with sportsbikes in the twisties
Build Quality & Reliability
Engine Rating
Not the worlds most powerful bike, but a very usable bike in the real world
Brake Rating
Some of the great brakes I've ever experienced on a bike, great feel
Running Cost
Parts a little more expensive than say Honda, but definitely not too bad
Overall
Pros CommentsAn amazing all round bike for the real world
Cons CommentsBigger fuel tank!

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