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Price : $9,999.00
Bodystyle : Sports Naked Bike
Warranty : 24 months
Manufacturer Country : Italy
Model Year : 2011
Displacement (cc) : 749.9
Engine Type : V Twin

2011 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750

Un-mistakeable character, Developed from Aprilia's racing experience with a single-minded goal to offers total rider enjoyment. Exclusive tri map ride by wire technology in a light weight, high performance bike created to complement the skills of even the most daring riders. Developed in collaboration with the Aprilia Racing Division - which has thirty-seven world championships under its belt - Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 has been created by fusing the best characteristics of a sports bike with the best that a racing super-motard has to offer. The result is the concentrated essence of performance and technology, a genuinely special, extreme and elite bike that can make any rider feel like a pro. Lightweight, agile in handling and powerful, Dorsoduro 750 is powered by a latest generation engine and boasts the most advanced technology in its class. Through the use of state of art electronic engine management, Aprilia's compact 90° V-twin delivers blistering performance unmatched by any of its rivals, with an incredible specific power output of 122.6 hp/litre and a maximum torque of 82 Nm at just 4500 rpm. True to Aprilia tradition, the chassis architecture is unparalleled in its class. After the acclaimed debut of the mixed trellis/aluminium frame on the ultra-specialised SXV, the application of the layout in the Dorsoduro establishes it a hallmark feature of Aprilia motards, offering levels of directional agility, reactivity and steering precision far beyond the reach of any rival. The essentially designed Aprilia Dorsoduro boasts only the best in terms of componentry, technical specifications and finish. Four-piston radial callipers, wave discs, a hydraulic wet clutch, adjustable suspension front and rear, "Tri-Map" ride by wire and the Matrix instrument panel with on board computer all contribute to making the Dorsoduro a truly unique product. The concept that revolutionised the world of Supermoto has now engendered the Aprilia Dorsoduro 750. This unique, elite motorcycle applies all of Aprilia’s vast racing experience to just one mission: the offer of pure riding enjoyment. 92 HP and exclusive Tri-Map ride-by-wire technology mean that the lightweight and powerful Dorsoduro 750 can satisfy even the most expert riders in search of a state-of-the-art motorcycle. Aprilia has certainly made its mark since entering the world of supermotard racing: 4 world titles since 2004 clearly demonstrate the superiority of the Aprilia off-road concept. Now Aprilia has taken its success story one step further with the Aprilia Dorsoduro 750, the machine that sets completely new standards for the road-going supermotard market. The Dorsoduro is Aprilia’s first 750 cc supermotard, with a level of performance and equipment that places it in direct competition with far bigger machines. Unlike its more expensive rivals, however, the Dorsoduro gives you an unbeatable combination of performance and equipment for its price. The Aprilia Dorsoduro is an ideal motorcycle for advanced riders in search of total performance. But thanks to its 750 cc engine, advanced electronic engine management system and selectable triple mapping, it also adapts perfectly to the needs of less experienced riders, and represents an intelligent access to the world of fun motorcycling. The Dorsoduro is made for pure enjoyment, and creates a perfect symbiosis between man and machine, especially when ridden solo. The Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 has been developed in close collaboration with Aprilia Racing (the department of Aprilia responsible for thirty-seven world titles in all, and five in 2007 alone, including four in Moto GP’s 125 and 250 cc classes and one in the Supermotard World Championship). The result is a bike that combines the best of supersport and supermoto racing technology. The Aprilia Dorsoduro gives you absolute riding pleasure and fun. A distillation of performance and technology, the Dorsoduro is a special, extreme, and elite motorcycle, capable of elevating its rider to motorcycling excellence. Driven by a new generation of engine incorporating the most advanced technical solutions found on any bike of its kind. Thanks to advanced electronic engine management, Aprilia’s compact 90° V twin delivers superb performance, well beyond the reach of its rivals. Specific power is 122.6 HP/litre and maximum torque is 82 Nm at only 4,500 rpm. As you would expect from Aprilia, the chassis is unique in the supermotard segment. Having achieved amazing results on the super-specialist SXV, Aprilia’s mixed trellis and aluminium frame is now one of the most distinctive features of the Dorsoduro, giving it the sort of directional control, responsiveness and precision the competition cannot hope to achieve. Despite its essential design, the Aprilia Dorsoduro boasts the highest level of components, technical equipment and finish. Four piston radial calipers, wave discs, a hydraulic wet clutch, adjustable front and rear suspension, Tri-Map ride-by-wire engine management and a Matrix instrument display with on-board computer are just some of the many items that make the Dorsoduro unique.

Standard Features

On the Aprilia Dorsoduro 750, the minimal and aggressively styled top structure frames the visually spectacular mechanicals, which become an integral part of the design. The Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 has been designed around the rider to create a radical, outrageously agile and sporty bike, in which every individual element is geared precisely for maximum riding pleasure. All outer bodywork has been pared down to the absolute bare minimum; just like on a racing bike, anything that is not essential for performance has been stripped away, while the front race number panel has been retained to emphasise the bike's close ties with the racing world.

The narrow mid section of the bike - the area that interacts most with the movements of the rider's body when riding hard - emphasises the extreme compactness of the bike. Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 is incredibly slender and agile, allowing the rider to feel immediately at one with the machine. After a few short metres, you already feel as if the bike is an extension of your body. This result has been achieved by Aprilia's engineers by designing a long, flat saddle - a configuration borrowed straight from racing - that allows the rider to assume the most effective riding position at all times and allows ample freedom of movement for tackling tight turns.

The compact, curvy tail fairing also envelops the dual exhaust: a solution that not only creates a really aggressive design feel, but also excellent symmetry in the proportions and weight distribution. The hand guards, derived from the Supermoto SXV, display a sleek style and effectively protect the levers against any accidental contact.

Aprilia's 750 cc 90° V-twin has been extensively revised and now features new maps developed specifically to emphasise the fiery temperament of the Dorsoduro. This optimisation exercise has touched upon numerous aspects of the 749.9 cc engine (with bore and stroke of 92 and 56.4 mm respectively), and the resulting mechanical and electronic improvements make this twin cylinder engine a benchmark not only for its capacity class, but also for its larger engined rivals.

The advanced electronic engine management system establishes the Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 as the new benchmark in terms of both technology and performance. Dorsoduro features second generation electronic throttle control, with "Tri-Map" management.

Selectable directly by the rider from a handlebar mounted control, even with the bike in motion (but with a closed throttle - for greater safety), the three options - Sport, Touring and Rain - radically alter the character of the Dorsoduro, with aggressive, immediate response in Sport mode, gentler power delivery in Touring mode, which is ideal for everyday use, and extremely safe power delivery, tailored for poor grip conditions, in Rain mode.

The "Tri-Map" Ride by Wire electronic throttle also ensures more fluid, more uniform power delivery as throttle valve aperture is controlled with more precision. Throttle valve aperture is determined on the basis of a number of parameters, including engine speed, gear selected, air flow, throttle grip aperture angle and aperture rate, and temperature.

Whatever the map selected, engine torque delivery is optimised for the best possible performance during acceleration and pickup, resulting in an extraordinarily rewarding and fun riding experience.
The exhaust is made entirely from stainless steel, with manifolds converging into a single undersaddle silencer with twin tailpipes. The generous volume of the silencer lets the engine breathe freely for optimum performance.

The advanced electronic and engineering technology used allow Aprilia's twin cylinder engine to pump out 92 hp at 8750 rpm, and a maximum torque of 82 Nm at 4500 rpm: values that put the Dorsoduro in direct competition with bikes of a much higher engine capacity.

As soon as it hits the showrooms, the Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 is also available as a detuned version for newly qualified riders, with power limited to 25 kW (or 35 kW in Spain). Ride By Wire throttle management means that power does not have to be cut over the entire rev range, as occurs with less advanced bikes, so the power delivery is exactly the same as it is on the full-power version, up until the maximum power limit is reached. As a result, the Dorsoduro 750 offers better acceleration than the equivalent 25 kW versions of its rivals, for a much more rewarding riding experience.

Aprilia bikes have always been considered as the benchmark for chassis excellence. And true to tradition, Dorsoduro 750 is one of the most effective, best balanced bikes in its class. The new Dorsoduro is easy and intuitive to ride, yet still delivers mind-bending performance. This machine is designed to be ridden at the limit in any conditions, allowing the rider to turn on a dime and blast out of bends with the throttle wide open. This is made possible by the incredibly responsive chassis architecture, which has been designed with particular focus on ergonomics, allowing the Dorsoduro 750 to adapt perfectly to any rider and letting all users access the extreme potential of this pure fun machine in any situation.

The chassis exploits the most of the notable expertise acquired by Aprilia during competitions, fully drawing on the experience gained on the mixed structures used in the Supermoto world championship. The upper narrow tubular steel trellis section is connected to the generously sized lateral aluminium plates by special high strength bolts. The result is an extremely stiff, light structure and the best solution possible for reigning in the exuberant power of the Aprilia V90, with looks that conveys lightness, ultra-advanced technology and Italian style.

Ongoing collaboration between the powertrain engineers and the chassis engineers has produced optimised solutions in terms of technical content and performance, and resulted in mechanicals that are integrated perfectly into the frame. The architecture chosen for the Aprilia twin, which is optimised for longitudinal compactness, made it possible to create a rational, effective frame and, as a result, a bike that is incredibly agile and reactive.

The lateral and substantially raked position of the shock absorber freed up lots of precious space for an optimised exhaust manifold geometry without influencing the length of the bike or exposing the shock absorber itself to thermal stress. The aluminium swingarm is sized to support the asymmetric stress caused by the lateral positioning of the shock absorber. This component has been specifically conceived for the needs of a super-motard like the Dorsoduro 750 and responds ideally to requisites for torsional stiffness and elasticity, which are indispensable for precise wheel placement and to ensure communicative feedback in transitory conditions.

Defining the optimum suspension configuration has always been a point of pride for Aprilia's engineers and test team. The 43 mm upside down fork, with shell-cast brackets supporting radial callipers, features adjustable spring preload and hydraulic rebound damping. This is a highly sophisticated unit offering class-leading progressiveness and generous wheel travel (160 mm), in keeping with the philosophy of the motard genre. Both steering yokes are forged elements, while the upper yoke is also anodised, confirming the outstanding level of finish on the Dorsoduro.

The lateral shock absorber is pivoted directly onto the swingarm in a cantilever layout, and features adjustable spring preload and hydraulic rebound damping; rear wheel travel is 160mm - this is also in keeping with the philosophy of the motard, which demands suspension that is effective and controlled, but also offers ample wheel travel.

The Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 boasts the best braking technology available today. The front brake system, with 4-piston radial callipers, is the most advanced of its kind in its segment. The lightweight 320 mm floating wave discs ensure shorter stopping times, while their extreme looks, which are in perfect keeping with the overall style of the Dorsoduro, visually express the aggressive power of the braking system.

The 240mm rear disc is also of the "Wave" type and is braked via a single piston calliper. Both the front and rear systems have metal braided braking pipes, derived from the aeronautic sector, which eliminate the undesirable pressure fluctuations of conventional pipes and guarantee maximum braking accuracy.

On the Dorsoduro 750, safety is further enhanced by a sophisticated 2-channel Continental ABS system. This ABS system is specifically calibrated to let the rider fully exploit the power of the brakes and the grip of the tyres in the dry, so as not to detract from the immense fun of this bike.

Supermotards are essential by definition - sometimes even spartan. But this doesn't mean sacrificing class-leading content and painstaking attention to detail. Aprilia stands apart from its rivals by offering superlative standard equipment:

- Matrix instrument panel: the mixed type (analogue/digital), it receives all the information from the CAN line and becomes an integral and crucial part of the self-diagnosis system as it is fitted with memory. Particularly compact, with a modern design and considerably reduced weight. All the functions are commutable and easily accessed through a command on the handlebar. The LED lighting (white in the analogue area and red in the digital one) can be adjusted to three levels.
- Anodised aluminium tapered handlebar: It brings quite clearly to mind those of the competitive superbikes. An incredibly light component, designed to guarantee top dynamic control of the bike.
- Hydraulically operated clutch: it allows precise braking every time, along with smooth exemplary control and handy self-adjustment (without the need for any maintenance).



Alternator Watts : 450
Bore (in) : 3.6
Bore (mm) : 92
Compression Ratio : 11:1
Cooling : Liquid
Cylinders : 2
Displacement (cc) : 749.9
Displacement (ci) : 45.8
Emissions Standards : Standard Emissions
Engine Configuration : V Twin
Engine Type : 4-Stroke
Fuel Injector : Yes
Fuel Requirements : Premium
Fuel System Type : Fuel Injected
Ram Air Induction : No
Starter : Electric
Stroke (in) : 2.2
Stroke (mm) : 56.4
Valve Configuration : DOHC
Valves : 8
Valves Per Cylinder : 4


Engine Displacement to Weight (cc) : 1.83
Horsepower (bhp) : 92
Horsepower (kW) : 67.3
Horsepower RPM : 8750
Horsepower To Weight (hp) : 0.22
Torque (Ft Lbs) : 60.5
Torque (Nm) : 82
Torque RPM : 4500


Final Drive Ratio : (46/16) 2.88

Gear Ratio (1) : (36/14) 2.57
Gear Ratio (2) : (32/17) 1.88
Gear Ratio (3) : (30/20) 1.5
Gear Ratio (4) : (28/22) 1.27
Gear Ratio (5) : (26/23) 1.13
Gear Ratio (6) : (25/24) 1.04

Heel Toe Shifter : Not Available
Number Of Speeds : 6
Overdrive : Yes
Primary Drive (Engine / Transmission) : Gear
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) : Chain
Reverse : No
Transmission Type : Manual

Suspension & Steering

Air Adjustable : No
Front Adjustable Fork Pre-Load : No
Front Adjustable Rebound Damping : No
Front Central Suspension Strut : No
Front Fork Diameter (in) : 1.7
Front Fork Diameter (mm) : 43
Front Suspension Type : Inverted Fork
Front Travel (in) : 6.3
Front Travel (mm) : 160
Number Rear Shock Absorbers : 1
Rear Adjustable Rebound Damping : Yes
Rear Adjustable Shock / Spring Pre-Load : Yes
Rear Suspension Type : Twin Sided Swing Arm
Rear Swingarm Material : Aluminum
Rear Travel (in) : 6.3
Rear Travel (mm) : 160
Steering Damper : No


Chromed : No
Front Wheel Diameter : 17
Front Wheel Width (in) : 3.5
Rear Wheel Diameter : 17
Rear Wheel Width (in) : 6
Tube / Tubeless : Tubeless
Wheels Composition : Aluminum


Front Tire Aspect Ratio : 70
Front Tire (Full Spec) : 120/70 ZR17
Front Tire Speed Rating : ZR
Front Tire Width : 120
Rear Tire Aspect Ratio : 55
Rear Tire (Full Spec) : 180/55 ZR17
Rear Tire Speed Rating : ZR
Rear Tire Width : 180


Front Brake Diameter (in) : 12.6
Front Brake Diameter (mm) : 320
Front Brake Type : Dual Hydraulic Disc
Front Caliper Pistons : 4
Rear Brake Diameter (in) : 9.4
Rear Brake Diameter (mm) : 240
Rear Brake Type : Hydraulic Disc
Rear Caliper Pistons : 1


Adjustable : No
Detachable Passenger Seat : Not Available
Grab Rail or Strap : Standard
Heated Seat : Not Available
Number Of Seats : 2
Seat Backrest : Not Available
Seat Height (in) : 34.3
Seat Height (mm) : 870
Seat Location : Driver and Passenger
Seat Material : Vinyl
Seat Rail : Not Available
Seat Specifications : Standard
Seat Tail Cover : Not Available
Seat Type : One-Piece


Adjustable : No
Belt Guard : No
Brake Caliper Cover : No
Brake Line Cover : Yes
Brush Guard : No
Carburetor Cover No
Chain Guard : Yes
Choke Knob Cover : No
Construction : Standard
Drive Shaft Cover : No
Drive Shaft Guard : No
Exhaust Guard : Yes
Exterior Covers : Standard
Exterior Guards : Standard
Floor Boards : Not Available
Foot Peg Location : Driver and Passenger
Foot Peg Material : Aluminum
Fork Guards : Yes
Frame : Aluminum / Steel
Front Fender : Standard
Front Fender Material : Plastic
Front Fender Rail : Not Available
Front Fender Trim : Not Available
Fuel Tank Cover : No
Hand Grip Material : Rubber
Hand Grips : Standard
Hand Guards : Yes
Heel Guards : No
License Plate : Standard
Light Guard : No
Lower Fairing : Not Available
Rear Fender : Standard
Rear Fender Material : Plastic
Rear Fender Rail : Not Available
Rear Fender Trim : Not Available
Rearview Mirrors Folding : Yes
Saddle Bag Guard : No
Sidecar : Not Available
Side Cover : Yes
Skid Plate : Not Available
Spoiler : Not Available
Stand : Standard
Stand Type : Kick
Tank Cover : No
Tank Guard : No
Tire Valve Cap : Yes
Top Crown Material : Aluminum
Turn Signal Visor : Not Available
Upper Fairing : Not Available
Valve Stems : Yes

Fuel Capacity

Fuel Capacity (gal) : 3.2
Fuel Capacity (l) : 12.1




Adjustable Handlebars : Not Available
Adjustable Throttle : Not Available
Capacities : Standard
Cassette Player : Not Available

CB Radio : Not Available
CD Player : Not Available
Comment : Standard
Cruise Control : Not Available
Cupholder : Not Available
Dimensions : Standard
Dry Weight (kg) : 186
Dry Weight (lbs) : 410.1
First Aid Kit : Not Available
Handlebar Lock : Standard
Handlebar Pads : Not Available
Headset : Not Available
Heated Hand Grips : Not Available
Height (in) : 46.7
Height (mm) : 1185
Intercom : Not Available
Introduction Year : 2009
Keyless Ignition : Not Available
Length (in) : 87.2
Length (mm) : 2216
Major Revision Year : 2009
Manufacturer Country : Italy
Manufacturer Recommend Minimum Age : 16
Manufacturer Type : Sports Naked Bike
Map Holder : Not Available
MIC Model Segment : ON-HWY Traditional
Power Outlet : Not Available
Previous Model Year Accessories : Yes
Radio : Not Available
Rake (degrees) : 26
Revision Status : Carryover
Speakers : Not Available
Special Package : Not Available
Trail (in) : 4.3
Trail (mm) : 108
Weight : Standard
Wheelbase (in) : 59.3
Wheelbase (mm) : 1505
Width (in) : 35.6
Width (mm) : 905

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