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Video: Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200 vs Ducati Hypermotard 1100 Evo vs KTM 990 SMR

Until now the big supermoto roost has been ruled by the KTM 990 SMR and Ducati Hypermotard 1100 Evo, but now Aprilia have joined the party with the Dorsoduro 1200. A glance at the spec sheet shows the Aprilia to have the most power and a host of electronic rider aids, but will it blow the opposition away? brightcove.createExperiences();

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May 09

Posts: 508

speedo007 says:

Nice video, that KTM sure looks like fun!

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Nov 02

Posts: 10

iangsxr says:


I went out last week end on mine and I was supposed to be a grown-up.

SORRY........I'm not yet !!!!!!!!

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Oct 10

Posts: 178

Mikeyy says:

i dont have any of these bike and i wont be able to afford any yet but if i was given enough money to get one it would be the hypermotorad purely because its looks amazing sound like a fart through the twists

Aprilia is a great bike but lacks the insane qualitys of the others but aprilia already have aproper supermoto bike so it makes sense it kinda reminds me of the multistrafda aprilia atempt to put something in that biking genre but it falls a little short of what ducati have achieved

the KTM what can i say its just too good i would buy one though as ive never liked KTM road bikes but on a positive you can call yourselgf a holigan just for buying one

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Aug 08

Posts: 340

BadD0g says:


LOL at the dudes in the background... excellent :D

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Jul 09

Posts: 103

easytargets says:

ERRR Speed Triple 133BHP 9430 quid list with ABS and a Union Jack. KTM invented the super naked????

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Mar 11

Posts: 5

Rufi000000 says:

Not what he said....

ERRR  He didn't say they KTM invented the super naked. He said they invented the big supermoto.

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Sep 08

Posts: 100

Andy_L says:


No concessions to practicality?  They go even further in the article in the paper and claim that the KTM is impractical even compared to a sports bike.  Rubbish!  My 990SM is the most practical bike I've ever owned (and I had a CBR600F for years, as well as a couple of late 90's/early 2000's Fireblades, so I do have some idea of how practical a sports bike can be).

KTM will sell you a top box, panniers, a tank bag and a reasonably-priced but surprisingly effective fly-screen for the SM or SM-R.  Other companies will even sell you hard panniers for both bikes.  They're easy to ride around town, fine for relaxed touring, and the upright riding position makes them more comfortable than most sports bikes.  The only thing about the SM-R that'sa bit impractical is the 15 litre fuel tank.

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Oct 10

Posts: 138


I've a tricked up 900 Monster & a Streetfightered VTR,both do anything these 3 will do for a fraction of the price,why buy one?I've had KTM's S/M's in the past & were always trouble & dealer/spares backup a joke.

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Nov 10

Posts: 66

Gstan says:

Firstly, compare any of these bikes to a real supermoto, such as a husqvarna 450 or 510, or a aprilia 450 or 550 and they are big lazy comfortable bikes, that are really practicle, compare them to a normal 1000cc road bike like a honda cbf1000, then they look like mad impractivle hooligan bikes, all depends on perspective, but for 11 grand, i would buy a proper supermoto and a practicle road bike on the second hand market...

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Jan 11

Posts: 115

luckyskua says:

Look at those tardy lumps, it's like they are riding in slow motion.

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