2013 Piaggio Typhoon 50 & Aprilia SR50 – $2000 Scooter Comparison – MotoUSA

The 2013 Piaggio Typhoon 50 and Aprilia Motard SR50 bring some European flair to the table for our $2000 Scooter comparison. How did they stack up? Read more in our report: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/14/17464/Motorcycle-Article/2013–2000-Scooter-Comparison.aspx

$2000 Scooter Comparison Videos:
2013 Kymco Agility 125 – http://youtu.be/E9fhKIkaq4Y
2013 Honda Metropolitan – http://youtu.be/B6jF3KNsXGs

Comments

Zakaria KTM says:

Is the aprilia a 4stroke or a 2 stroke because on there web site it says its a 2 stroke.

Gabriel Mortillaro says:

Bellissimo…………………………….grazie piaggio.

Doki Bubó says:

aprilia sportcity one,sr motard, derbi variant,piaggio typhoon looks all the same bikes only they change here and there the looks.piaggio ruined all other brands.the last and best ”sport” scooter ever made is the real SR R from aprilia.

Rubos005 says:

Dude; Adam Waheed’s hilarious.

Xander L. says:

enzoknol zijn brommer

Brian Hunt says:

think it will make it 30,000 miles like the honda ruckus?

Danfranschwan2 says:

“sportbike like handling characteristics” are u guys fking kidding me?! I call bullshit

Troy22U says:

Stylish its a fckin scooter

Chris Burton says:

I’d like to point out the fucked up indicators, they’re intergrated to the top ‘dashboard’ fairing on my SR Motard 125. Which was bought in 2014 so I gues they’re doing things differently nowadays. As for the wheels, both bikes had the trademark Aprilia wheels wheels in this video! The Typhoon wheels are a completely different design to the SR Motard, 1 inch smaller with a thicker ‘of-road’ style tyre to make up for lossed space. This must be an old video!

There’s also alot of people mocking the 125cc versions as they’re 4-stroke, which is stupid. Yes it would be more enjoyable to ride a 125cc 2-stroke but they don’t make them any more. So it’s either tune the fuck out of a 2-stroke 70cc, getting it up to 55-60mph if you’re lucky whiles hoping your engine doesn’t blow on you. Or buy an old 125cc 2-stroke and hope it offers you the reliablility of a new bike… Which it obviously won’t! I think they’re nice bikes, really compfortable and great round corners. I’d like to see a 2-stroke conversion done on one of these just for the record, maybe a 125cc Hi-Per on the 50cc frame or a larger Leader engine taken from another bike on the 125cc. If it can be done, haven’t seen anyone do anything like that yet.

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