- Single-cylinder, 2-stroke, Piaggio Hi-PER2
- Twist-and-go CVT with torque server
- Horsepower @ RPM:
- Torque @ RPM:
- 49 cc
- Top Speed:
- 60 mph
Sometimes, all you really need is a little ounce of love. In the sports scooter market, it’s no secret that Aprilia’s SR 50 Street scooter has been a trailblazer on two wheels.
And now that we’re rolling along in 2012, that’s not going to change, especially when you consider that Aprilia went to great lengths to design a scooter that features an aggressive new profile inspired by the company’s flagship bike, the RSV 1000 R Factory. More than just the new styling quirks, the SR 50 incorporates numerous technical solutions derived directly from Aprilia’s world-beating maxi, bringing you the best in equipment and the highest level of active safety you can get.
The bike’s 49cc liquid cooled horizontal single cylinder two stroke engine exudes plenty of confidence in such a small frame. Add that to the fact that the scooter has an excellent combination of sports performance and urban intelligence, and you have a scooter that’s ready to become your everyday companion out on the road.
While not a racing scooter per se, the SR 50 Street has become the preferred scooter of the Aprilia Racing Team and is used extensively at trials and race meetings to get quickly between pit lane and the paddock. If you need people to vouch for these bikes, you only need to talk to Aprilia’s top riders to get all the encouragement you need.
Find out more about the Aprilia SR 50 Street after the jump.
Aprilia SR 50 Street
When you ride an SR, the town is yours for the taking. Side-streets and ring roads alike. Because the SR has everything you need to stay in front, like a clean running, economical engine, plus Aprilia’s racing soul.
When it comes to combining sports performance and urban intelligence, the SR achieves the perfect balance.
Its double disc brakes, rising rate rear suspensions, and 13” light alloy wheels guarantee stability and safety under all riding conditions.
Its sleek lines, stylish headlight and tail light clusters, and race-inspired instruments are as dynamic as you are.
The advanced technology that Aprilia has developed in years of world championship racing is all concentrated in this amazing 50 cc scooter.
Aprilia knows that the racetrack is the most effective arena for research and development, and the SR proves the point.
The SR 50 STREET comes in Graphite Grey and Tulip Red.
There is also a wide range of original Aprilia accessories, so that you can customise your SR 50 STREET to match your own tastes and needs.
28-liter New Concept top box (in matching paintwork or standard black finish)
- racing monoshock
- luggage rack for the 28 litre New Concept top box
- large windshield
- sports windshield
- front footrest spoilers
- side stand
- Bodyguard armoured cable lock
|Engine||Liquid cooled horizontal single cylinder two stroke|
|Bore x Stroke||40 x 39,3 mm|
|Total displacement||49 cc|
|Fuel system||Carburettor with Ø 17.5 mm throttle body.|
|Generator||Magneto flywheel, 70 W – 12 V.|
|Lubrification||Separate mixing with mechanical pump|
|Gear box||Automatic variator|
|Clutch||Automatic centrifugal dry clutch|
|Primary drive||V belt|
|Frame||Split single cradle in high tensile tubular steel|
|Front suspension||Hydraulic fork. Wheel travel 90 mm|
|Rear suspension||Rear suspension Engine unit acting as swingarm, secured to the frame by linkages on radial silent block mountings. Wheel travel 70 mm|
|Brakes||Front: 190 mm Ø stainless steel disc. Racing caliper with twin opposed 32 mm Ø pistons. Rear: 190 mm Ø stainless steel disc. Racing caliper with twin opposed 30 mm Ø pistons|
|Wheels||Five spoke light alloy wheels front and rear: 3.50 x 13"|
|Tyres||Tubeless. Front and rear: 130/60 x 13”|
|Dimensions||Max. length: 1885 mm Max width: 720 mm Max. height: 1200 mm Seat height: 820 mm Wheelbase: 1265 mm|
|Fuel tank capacity||6.5 litres|
Bikez----"The advanced technology that Aprilia has developed in years of world championship racing is all concentrated in this amazing 50 cc scooter. Aprilia knows that the racetrack is the most effective arena for research and development, and the SR proves the point."