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Chris Newbigging  says:

World first test: Aprilia SL750 Shiver GT

MCN has just finished the world-first test of the new Aprilia SL750 Shiver GT. The motorcycle is a new model for 2009, taking its complete chassis and engine from the naked Aprilia SL750 Shiver but adding a smart new half-fairing with cubby holes to store personal belongings, and a 12v socket to charge phones, sat-nav and other accessories. Read the full Aprilia...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (02 June 2009 17:41)

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Apr 07

Posts: 466

DrFutura says:

Ok but ...

why not go the whole way and produce a proper touring version? Sort out the pillion seat, bigger tank, panniers and full fairing. More character than a BMW F800ST I would suggest.

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Mar 09

Posts: 18

a sort of shiver futura? I am looking forward to the proposed 1200 V-twin Shiver GT maybe a replacement for my Falco?

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Mar 09

Posts: 1

manxzulu says:

Pity about the small tank and range. Most of my pals get around 175 miles out of a tank and would be pi--ed off having to stop for fuel every 120 odd miles. Other than that it looks great.

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Mar 07

Posts: 3225

Boult says:

Might be worth

a good looking at down at DK....

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mac one


Jul 07

Posts: 72

mac one says:


Looks very much like my kawasaki versys but with lots less MPG and an extra 30 BHP and an extra£1000

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