The Aprilia Pegaso600 (1990) is a historic commuter motorcycle, renowned for its reliability and comfort. The lightweight machine packs an impressive 600cc engine which provides plenty of power as well as a smooth ride. Aesthetically, the Aprilia Pegaso600 isnt a bad looker either. Its vintage design oozes a classic charm which is unlikely to ever go out of style. The motorcycle is designed for practicality, ultimately characterized by an upright seating posture and a generous wheelbase for stability. The mid-range weight at 176kg allows the rider a good balance between maneuverability and control. For those who want a little oomph from their ride, an emphasis was put on suspension and brakes during its design specifications. The Pegaso 600 offers a 41mm Marzocchi fork, as well as a single sided swingarm with Sachs monoshock. The brakes come as two 298mm Brembo discs with two piston calipers. Finally, the Aprilia Pegaso600 (1990) provides a host of convenience features for the aspiring commuter, such as a gas-filled shock absorber, electric starter, electric heated grips, and large plastic tank for extended range. All of which combine to make it one of the best commuter motorcycles of its day.
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