Aprilia SL750 Shiver vs Triumph Street Triple — Page 2 — Road Tests — Visordown

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Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept

Aprilia SL750 Shiver vs Street Triple

Having a fair few glowing reports on the I was looking forward to riding the I like the concept behind it and Aprilia for making a budget with some real as well as the latest technology, than just re-hash a model or engine. But having the Shiver I’m left disappointed, because like a few of Aprilia’s models it feels as this bike is so near to a great machine, but has just short at the last hurdle.

My complaint is the throttle response. Big often have issues they are injected because of the of the engine. It’s very to make the throttle response when you have two fist-sized delivering thumping amounts of


To address this Aprilia has in a kind of delay into the map, to soften the initial of power to make the bike ‘friendly’ to ride. Opening the from closed brings it what feels like a hesitation before the power in, and when it does the initial is sluggish and muted. Rather aid the user-friendliness of the bike I found it annoying as the pause often me think the bike was about to

Also if, like myself, you are to blipping the throttle on down this pause means by the time the engine responds to blip you have started the clutch back out, is again really annoying.

At I though this little was my imagination, or was due to fingers frozen by the temperature not working right, but a ride on the Street Triple otherwise

Even after a few meters obvious why the Street Triple has such a huge success. It have been so easy for to make it a horrible bike, the for disaster was always there. The Triple could have a nasty rev-happy race with flat bars, but it

The little triple engine smooth, strong amounts of from the word go with a and very crisp throttle It doesn’t matter where you are in the rev range, the engine is always to respond, and it does so with a triple burble from twin exhausts as well. is none of the aggression of the Aprilia, gentle, yet still rapid, that feels perfect in situations.

Learner or experienced the Triple’s motor has bags of to offer as well as plenty of

The key to it is the way it feels natural, it just with anyone who rides it. the Aprilia requires thought due to the odd response and sporty handling the Triple is just. right.

bikes are such tactile each manufacturer’s product has a certain feel to it, a character. may be due to the test team that the bike, or even the roads ride on, but it’s always the With Aprilias this is always one of slight harshness and a sporty side, which is in the Shiver. Once the Aprilia is the motor reveals itself as a impressive lump.

Despite being a 750 the V-twin is very delivering a strong top-end of power that is enough to the front go light in second This is something I didn’t from a middleweight bike and is of Aprilia’s character. To go with a raw twin sound the Shiver forward at a pace that certainly leave most 600s in its trail.

It’s impressive, extremely fun and the bike’s best feature, again, like other models such as the Tuono the is a bit on the harsh side.

I’m not where Aprilia test their bikes, but the roads be mirror smooth as every I ride is set up too harsh for British and the Shiver is no exception. Get aggressive the bike, really put the hammer and the suspension starts to work but at ‘normal’ speeds it isn’t pleasant. There seems too damping in the forks, meaning the ride is choppy and firm.

it to the sublime setup of the Street (which has obviously been the length and breath of Britain) and the feels skittish and no where as reassuring. Bearing in mind who bike is aimed at, and that’s a bit of an As is the front brake set-up.

On inspection the Shiver’s radial look as though they be head and shoulders above the old-school sliding callipers. But isn’t everything, especially in a bike. The Shiver’s brakes virtually no feel, they the power, just none of the initial bite of the Street Brake hard on the Aprilia and an all or nothing affair, there a progressive build up of force.

the radial brakes a panic and you’ll be down faster you know it, as TWO’s design found. A 10mph front end due to simply locking the front because the car ahead had stopped than he was expecting. A typical new crash and one that would been unlikely on the Triumph due to its initial bite. Power control, that’s the key to a new rider machine.

You either have it or you don’t.

is exactly why Triumph’s Street has proved such a huge and why I’m not convinced the Shiver be such a smash. The Street has a realistic price tag, recognised looks and a well chassis all combined in a very package that also to the more experienced riders. The on the other hand, feels as if it another year’s development.

heard that Aprilia is to dial out some of the stutter the fuel-injection, which shouldn’t be a with the ride-by-wire throttle, and certain owners could the suspension to be more suiting to roads. If this is done the would be a far better bike, it has a fantastic engine and great it just needs a softer

If I was test riding these two as a new I would find the Aprilia and the Triumph is comforting. As an experience I wouldn’t be prepared to put up with the quirks.

The market is certainly for a different, good looking, going middleweight with character. The backlog for Street has proved this, but until can provide a package that finished I reckon riders have to get in line and join the of the Triumph queue.

Even a few meters it’s obvious why the Triple has proved such a success. It would have so easy for Triumph to make it a bike, the potential for disaster was there. The Street Triple have been a nasty race bike with bars, but it isn’t.

The little triple engine smooth, strong amounts of from the word go with a and very crisp throttle It doesn’t matter where you are in the rev range, the engine is always to respond, and it does so with a triple burble from twin exhausts as well. is none of the aggression of the Aprilia, gentle, yet still rapid, that feels perfect in situations.

Learner or experienced the Triple’s motor has bags of to offer as well as plenty of

Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept

The key to it is the way it feels natural, it just with anyone who rides it. the Aprilia requires thought due to the odd response and sporty handling the Triple is just. right.

bikes are such tactile each manufacturer’s product has a certain feel to it, a character. may be due to the test team that the bike, or even the roads ride on, but it’s always the With Aprilias this is always one of slight harshness and a sporty side, which is in the Shiver. Once the Aprilia is the motor reveals itself as a impressive lump.

Despite being a 750 the V-twin is very delivering a strong top-end of power that is enough to the front go light in second This is something I didn’t from a middleweight bike and is of Aprilia’s character. To go with a raw twin sound the Shiver forward at a pace that certainly leave most 600s in its trail.

It’s extremely fun and certainly the bike’s feature, because again, other Aprilia models as the Tuono the ride is a bit on the harsh

I’m not sure where test ride their but the roads much be mirror as every Aprilia I ride is set up too for British roads, and the Shiver is no Get aggressive with the bike, put the hammer down, and the suspension to work well, but at ‘normal’ it isn’t that pleasant. seems too little damping in the meaning that the ride is and firm.

Compare it to the sublime of the Street Triple (which has been ridden the length and of Britain) and the Shiver feels and no where near as reassuring. in mind who this bike is at, and that’s a bit of an oversight. As is the front set-up.

On visual inspection the radial brakes look as they will be head and above the Triumph’s old-school callipers. But power isn’t especially in a newbie bike. The brakes have virtually no they have the power, none of the forgiving initial of the Street Triple. Brake on the Aprilia and it’s an all or nothing there isn’t a progressive up of force.

Give the radial a panic squeeze and you’ll be faster than you know it, as design staffer found. A front end crash due to simply the front wheel because the car had stopped faster than he was A typical new rider crash and one would have been on the Triumph due to its smoother initial Power with control, the key to a new rider friendly machine.

You have it or you don’t.

Which is why Triumph’s Street Triple has such a huge hit, and why not convinced the Shiver will be a smash. The Street Triple has a price tag, brand looks and a well sorted all combined in a very user-friendly that also appeals to the experienced riders. The Shiver, on the hand, feels as if it needs year’s development.

I’ve heard that is trying to dial out some of the from the fuel-injection, which be a problem with the ride-by-wire and I’m certain owners set-up the suspension to be more to British roads. If this is the Shiver would be a far better it already has a fantastic engine and looks, it just needs a side.

If I was test riding two as a new rider I would find the intimidating and the Triumph is comforting. As an rider I wouldn’t be prepared to put up the Shiver’s quirks.

The market is there for a different, good easy going middleweight real character. The backlog for Triples has proved this, but Aprilia can provide a package feels finished I reckon will have to get in line and the back of the Triumph queue.

Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept
Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept
Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept
Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept
Aprilia Shiver 750 Concept

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