Aprilia SR Motard Motor Scooter Guide

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Aprilia Sportcity 50


First at the 2011 EICMA show in Aprilia’s SR Motard was scheduled to go in North America for 2012 but was delayed when the Piaggio opted to introduced it’s branded sibling

— the 125 — to the market first. in June 2013 the SR Motard in the USA and Canada in 4-… 50cc as a 2014 model (Internationally are also 50cc 2-… and 4-… versions).

The hawk-ish SR takes scooter fundamentals and it with (slight) motard The SR Motard is based on Piaggio’s second generation Typhoon (the new for 2011 generation). The motor options and main work pieces are all the same, so are superficial.

The main alteration and the reason Aprilia is using the name, is because they’ve a formerly ‘off-road’ inspired (SportCity One) and ‘motard-ed’ it lower profile tires.

The SR Motard and new Piaggio Typhoon are on the Aprilia SportCity One. but a revised front end styling. One family member in this tree is the Derbi Variant This Variant Sport is really just a rebadged One that uses the Derbi and gets a few minor tweaks.

Derbi won’t make it to America as Piaggio has withdrawn the Derbi brand from our


Aprilia retained all of the body panels for the SR Motard, so not hard to spot the shared The most notable change the SR Motard is the use of larger rims vs. 12”) along with profile tires to preserve the wheel circumference.

The rims are nice and they share look with Aprilia’s bikes. They’re also the rims Aprilia is used on SportCity One scooter. It’s to see Aprilia carrying down the of their bigger bikes the SR Motard.

With this model, also changed the decals to this scooter a two-tone that fits in better Aprilia’s other models. style changes include a front fender, different rotors and a two tone seat. the SR Motard is a sharp scooter, it would have been to see Aprilia take things a further with unique work.


Globally are 3 engine options used in the SR 2-… 50, 4-… 50 or 4-… mils. Of these only the 50 has made it to North America. motor is the same solid used in Piaggio’s second Typhoon 50 and SportCity One.

output is 4.6 HP from its high (12:1), 4-valve design. Top is 40mph and fuel milage 90 mpg, which is solid lagging some fuel models in this segment.

The forbidden motor options may appear in future years) are 2-… Hi-PER2 50 and the LEADER The former has a long scooter inside models like the ET2 50. Aprilia SportCity One 50 Street. the generation of Piaggio Typhoon 50 and much every other 50cc model from the group sold in the past

The 125cc engine option is the evolution of the LEADER design can be purchased now in the similar Typhoon

Brakes / Suspension / Handling

has equipped the SR Motard with a 220mm disc brake up and an average 140mm drum in the rear. The front brake provide excellent braking the rear will be enough to get by. has changed the style of the rotor the SR Motard, but the rest of the braking is the same.

The 14” rims Aprilia has on this model should in a significantly lower total weight, since they much lower profile which will be a lot lighter the fat rubber used on the Typhoon. should result in a small but improvement to the handling as the unsprung weight is reduced.

Suspension in the SR 125 is tweaked from its Piaggio so the front travel is up to 3.4” 3.2”) while the rear is down a bit to 3.2” (from The SR Motard 50 gets the same up front, but with a bit less (3.0”) in the rear.


There’s not much to report that hasn’t already discussed on the Typhoon 50 / 125 page. The SR gets the same moderately underseat storage area can swallow most full lids. Aside from you’ve got a hook on the inside of the to hang your baguette and a nicely integrated glovebox.

The latter of which is particularly designed and holds a reasonable of items without encroaching on space.


The SR Motard in a fairly strong segment sports scooter). The SR Motard on the 50cc versions of scooters Yamaha’s Zuma ($2590 for and Kymco’s Super 8 ($2199 Yamaha’s Zuma costs a bit but gives you fancier technology fuel injection) and better

Aprilia Sportcity 50
Aprilia Sportcity 50

Mostly the decision depends on personal style preferences and thickness, as these are all solid The SR Motard might just be the stylish scooter in this so a mere $2099 MSRP in Canada) this scooter is to develop a strong following.

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* Delivery: Keihin NCV F20 carburetor

* Electric and Kick

* Seat 30.3”

* Weight: 234 lbs

* Starter: and Kick

* Seat height:

* Fuel Tank: 1.8 gallon / 7

* Brakes: 220mm dual disc (front), 140mm (rear)

* Front Suspension: Fork 3.4” travel

Aprilia Sportcity 50


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