The Aprilia Tuono may look like a practical alternative to a full-blooded sportsbike but don’t be fooled, this is no winter hack. Naked bikes will typically use a detuned version of the engine from a sportsbike, but the Tuono uses the V-twin from the RSV1000 Mille that hasn’t been detuned. It is, in fact, completely mad.
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However, the real beauty of the Tuono, and naked motorbikes in general, is that when you slow the pace to filter through traffic or head through town you have a much better and more comfortable riding position than you would with clip-ons.
This particular Tuono is available from Hunts Motorcycles, who say: "This stunning, two-seat 2006 1000 is a great-value 998cc bike fitted with a tinted flyscreen and radiator guard. Otherwise it’s a standard bike throughout. It’s had five owners from new.”