The Aprilia Racing Team has used it frequently at trials and races to go around rapidly between pit and paddock since its inception. It's not rare to come across these when sprinting through the city, allowing you to move as freely as possible. It was a watershed point in the history of the 50cc scooter when APRILIA introduced the SR 50 factory.
The SR 50 factory was the first supersports scooter in the world. Many have attempted to duplicate this winning formula since then, but none have been successful. APRILIA SR 50 factory has always been the market's unchallenged leader. The SR 50 factory has long been the undisputed benchmark for its class, thanks to a steady stream of technological advancements.
The Aprilia SR 50 factory has a long list of firsts to its credit: it was the first sports scooter, the first Racing Replica, liquid cooled at the time, and still with two disc brakes; and finally, it was the first 50 cc with electronic injection. Then there's the feature that truly distinguishes the SR 50 from the competition: its motorcycle-like qualities, which include huge diameter wheels, super low-profile tires, and a high-quality hydraulic suspension system.
A scooter that, like the motorcycles it is inspired by, is constantly improving its technical content and style, maintaining loyal to its extreme sports DNA. The new model debuts with new Aprilia-inspired graphics, new sports colors, a new saddle, and, last but not least, a massive black spoiler with Aprilia designs.
The term "racing replica" refers to more than simply race-inspired artwork on the APRILIA SR; it also refers to a likeness in the technology used. The SR 50 factory is unmistakably inspired by Aprilia's most extreme sports bikes, with solutions straight from large capacity bikes: a sophisticated frame with true motorbike-like riding dynamics, high-quality suspension components ensuring progressive, supportive damping, and 13-inch rims (a trademark of SR) with low-profile tires underline the SR 50 R's technological supremacy