First Look at Aprilia Shiver 750

Aprilia Shiver 750 Aprilia’s all new 750 naked bike, the Shiver, has made its long awaited debut in Australia

 Aprilia Shiver 750

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 Note: Motoaus have now ridden the new Aprilia Shiver




Aprilia’s all new 750cc naked bike, the Shiver, has made its long awaited debut in Australia. Motoaus will be doing a full ride report in the near future, but in the meantime, heres a few pictures and some detail of what looks set to become a very popular model.

The Shiver uses an all new motor from Aprilia, a 90 degree, four valve, DOHC Vee-twin, pumping out around 95 horsepower according to the spec sheet. The gold coloured frame is new, a combination of steel trellis, bolted to aluminium side pieces. The rear shock is non linkage, side mounted, and highly visible, enabling a simpler exhaust routing for the underseat system according to Aprilia.
  Aprilia Shiver 750 instruments

Radial mounted four piston calipers grab 320mm discs, meaning the 189kg Shiver wont be lacking in the stopping department. Other Shiver features include a Fly by Wire throttle system to the injection, six speed gearbox, and 43mm upside down forks.

Styling is bold, in the angular naked style becoming ever more popular. Twin underseat mufflers appear to limit storage space, instrumentation is dominated by a large tacho, and an LCD screen. The Shiver has all the usual Aprilia niceties like adjustable gear and brake levers, with an overall high quality of finish.

Given how much we enjoyed the Tuono R, we are looking forward to putting the Shiver 750 to work on the road very soon!

Aprilia Shiver 750 engine

Aprilia Shiver 750 rear suspension

Aprilia Shiver 750 exhaust

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