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Liam Marsden  says:

Aprilia SR Motard 50 and 125 revealed

Aprilia has unveiled the new 50cc and 125cc SR Motard scooters. Scooters inspired by supermotos. The SR Motard 125 is powered by a 124cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine and costs £2,120. The smaller, 50cc version is powere by a 49cc two-stroke engine and will costs £1,770. Both models will be available in white, black or metallic orange paint schemes. For the launch of the new...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (08 May 2012 12:56)

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Mar 10

Posts: 100

jahagon says:

In my humble opinion this actually looks worse than the outgoing SR50...

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Jul 10

Posts: 183

BBQdog says:

Where is the RS4 250 ????

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Aug 09

Posts: 36

morristhemog says:

One for the young 'uns, i think, but I like it  :o)

Aprilia was short of a sporty looking 125, anyway..

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Aug 08

Posts: 514

KWAKZ750S says:


Had the old 2003 model SR50, much better looking than this.

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Jan 11

Posts: 7695

snev says:

My Sister........

owned a honda express once....I rode it. Sorry I just had to get that off my chest. Whats with the youth of today ? why are they riding these scooters what has gone wrong ? Why are most bikers in their 40's ?

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Sep 11

Posts: 402

jollyboy says:

As scooters go they're OK, but styling inspired by super motards? In what way. It's just run of the mill scooter styling. It's PR BS and as usual MCN are printing it.

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Sep 11

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jollyboy says:


Most bikers are in their forties because bikes are expensive aspirational toys. Look at the difference in price between a sports 50 or 125 and a scooter of the same capacity, you'll be looking at 50% more for the bike than the scooter. Bikes to use as practical transport are few and far between. As such you can't buy the basic small bikes that we used to buy, but that's not the fault of the manufacturers. The manufacturers build what people want to buy. Mainly though, bikes just aren't fashionable among the youth of today. at least in the UK. Sure they probably think something like an RSV4 is cool, but that's not going to make them pay three grand for an RS4 50. It's certainly not going to make their parents pay out three grand. It might make them look at an RSV4 and think "I'll get one of those when I can afford it." And they can't afford it until they are in their forties.

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