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APRILIA Pegaso Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 29
First production year: 1990
APRILIA Pegaso 650 Trail photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a desert and road motorcycle manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 as a replacement model for the Aprilia Tuareg and produced until 2011 under several displacements. It also was one of the first alternatives to the classic desert-road category.

The largest displacement model of the range was the Aprilia Pegaso 650, presented in 1992 as the first road enduro motorcycle with a double-spar aluminum frame. In 1997 and 2001, the bike received several changes, including a fuel injection system, different chassis measurements, and several mechanical modifications.

In 2004, at the Intermot show in Munich, the maker introduced a wholly renewed model offered in three different versions: the Pegaso 650 Strada, Pegaso 650 Trail, and Pegaso 650 Factory.

In 2006, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650 Trail, an enduro-styled machine made more comfortable for long-distance riding and gliding on a 19-inch spoke wheel on the front with an aluminum rim and a 17-inch wheel on the rear.

The 2006 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Trail had installed a 659cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine underneath its fuel tank, delivering an output power of 48 hp with a peak force at 6,250 rpm and 61 Nm (45 lb-ft) torque at 5,200 rpm.

The motorcycle's visual department had standard fittings, such as a high-mounted front fender, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab rail, an engine cover, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, and wire-spoke wheels.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 Strada photo gallery

In 2006, the Italian motorcycle maker released the Aprilia 650 Strada, a renewed motorcycle in its second year of production, designed for speed and tight curves lovers. In addition, the bike was characterized by 17-inch alloy wheels.

The 2006 was identical to the previous model, featuring the same technical, visual, and performance specifications without any significant modifications whatsoever. The bike was offered in Strada, Trial, and Factory versions.

As opposed to the standard Pegaso machine, the Pegaso 650 Strada featured tuned suspensions, engine, mapping, and ergonomics that delivered better comfortability when riding on paved roads.

In the performance department, the 2006 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Strada had installed a 659cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine underneath its fuel tank, delivering an output power of 48 hp at 6,250 rpm and 61 Nm (45 lb-ft) torque at 5,200 rpm.

The bike's engine was married to a five-speed manual transmission that sent the power to the rear wheel via a final chain drive, spinning the rear wheel to a top speed of 165 kph (102 mph).

As for suspension, the motorcycle featured a 45 mm Marzocchi telescopic fork on the front and an adjustable Sachs Boje shock absorber on the rear, providing optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

The braking power was handled by a 300 mm disc mounted on the front and a 220 mm disc on the rear. The rear one was engaged by a single-piston caliper, while the front disc was coupled to a dual-piston caliper.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 Strada photo gallery

The fourth edition, Aprilia Pegaso 650, was presented in 2004 at the Intermot show in Munich as a wholly renewed model and was offered in Strada, Trial, and Factory versions.

In 2005, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650 Strada, a motorcycle designed for lovers of speed and tight curves. The bike was characterized by its 17-inch alloy wheels.

Unlike the standard Pegaso model, the 650 Strada featured tuned suspensions, engine, mapping, and ergonomics that provided better comfortability when riding on paved roads.

In the visual and technical departments, the bike had standard features, such as a redesigned front cowl, a digital instrument panel, lightweight cast alloy wheels, a dual seat with passenger grab handles, an aggressive paint job, an engine plate, and an under-seat-mounted exhaust system.

Suspension-wise, the bike packed a 45 mm Marzocchi telescopic fork on the front end and an adjustable Sachs Boje shock absorber on the rear, providing optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

The bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm disc on the front and a 220 mm disc on the rear. The rear one was engaged by a single-piston caliper, while the front disc was coupled to a dual-piston caliper.

As for the power figures, the 2005 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Strada had its heartbeat set by a 659cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered an output power of 48 hp at 6,250 rpm and 61 Nm (45 lb-ft) torque at 5,200 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650ie photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a motorcycle made by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011. It was one of the first alternatives to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited to paved roads than off-road and was available in several displacements.

In 2005, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 650ie, the largest displacement model in the range. It was Aprilia’s entry into the middleweight trial-style segment and was well-suited for town and back roads. Its off-road capabilities were limited.

The 2005 motorcycle came with the same package as the previous model, wearing the same visual, technical, and performance specifications without any significant modifications whatsoever.

The Aprilia Pegaso 650 was a half-faired motorcycle that debuted in 1992 as the first motorcycle fitted with a double-spar aluminum frame and was fitted in 2001 with an Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system.

Aesthetically, the bike packed standard fittings, such as wire-spoke wheels, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, a half fairing with a windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab handles, an engine plate, a luggage rack, and a side stand.

In the performance department, the 2005 Aprilia Pegaso 650ie had installed a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine at its core, fed by an Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system. As for the power figures, the bike boasted 49 hp with maximum strength at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650i Tuscany Tibet Raid photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg and as one of the first alternatives to the classic road-enduro motorcycles, with characteristics oriented more towards road use than off-road.

In 2004, the Italian bike maker introduced the Aprilia Pegaso 650ie Tuscany Tibet Raid, a special edition motorcycle better equipped for rough terrain, unlike the standard Pegaso model.

Some notable changes included a new graphic scheme, a windscreen that offered better protection against wind and elements, a higher seat, a cross-bar handlebar, an aluminum top box, an improved suspension system, better engine mapping, and optional side-mounted panniers.

In the performance department, the 2004 Aprilia Pegaso 650ie Tuscany Tibet Raid had its soul brought to life by a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered an output power of 50 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

The bike was built around an aluminum frame that housed the suspension system comprised of a 45 mm upside-down Marzocchi telescopic fork on the front and an adjustable Sachs Boje shock absorber on the rear with APS, offering excellent handling capabilities.

As for the stopping power, the bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm brake disc on the front and a 220 mm disc on the rear. The rear one was handled by a single-piston caliper, while the one from the front was engaged by a dual-piston caliper.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 Strada photo gallery

In 2007, the Italian motorcycle maker introduced the Aprilia Pegaso 650 Strada, a motorcycle in its third consecutive year of production. The bike was designed for riders in love with speed and tight curves and was complemented by 17-inch alloy wheels.

The 2007 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Strada came with the same package as the previous model, delivering the same technical, visual, and performance specifications. Still, all of it was calibrated to provide the best performance.

As with all Aprilia models, the Pegaso 650 Strada was equipped with top-quality components, such as an analog and digital instrument cluster, a storage compartment on the top of the fuel tank and one under the seat, an electronic immobilizer, large twin headlights, and compact turn signals.

In addition, the bike was complemented by a wide range of dedicated accessories, such as hand guards, heated grips, a fairing windscreen, ABS, a luggage rack, a top box, side-mounted panniers, a high seat, and a footrest kit.

As for power, the 2007 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Strada had installed a 659cc four-stroke single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine at its core, delivering 48 hp at 6,250 rpm and 61 Nm (45 lb-ft) torque at 5,200 rpm.

The bike's engine was married to a five-speed manual transmission that sent the power to the rear end via a final chain drive, pushing the motorcycle to a top speed of 165 kph (103 mph).

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APRILIA Pegaso 650ie photo gallery

In 2004, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650ie, an adventure machine manufactured for over thirteen years, suited for those riders who prefer agility and maneuverability over brute strength.

The 2004 model came with the same package as the previous one, featuring the same visual, technical, and performance specifications without any significant modifications.

Visually, the motorcycle had standard features, such as a half-fairing with integrated turn signals, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with pillion grab rails, a luggage rack, an engine plate, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, and wire-spoke wheels.

For suspension, the bike packed a 45 mm upside-down adjustable Marzocchi fork with 175 mm of travel on the front and an adjustable shock absorber on the rear, delivering optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

The braking power was achieved by a 300 mm brake disc mounted on the front wheel and a 220 mm brake disc mounted on the rear wheel. The front disc was engaged by a two-piston caliper, and the rear one was squeezed by a single-piston caliper.

In the performance department, the 2004 Aprilia Pegaso 650ie had installed a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine underneath its fuel tank, delivering an output power of 49 hp with maximum strength at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650ie Tuscany Tibet photo gallery

In 2003, the Italian motorcycle maker introduced the Aprilia Pegaso 650ie Tuscany Tibet, a motorcycle designed for riders searching for a machine more suitable for off-road riding. In addition, the bike was fitted with a large aluminum top box for extra storage.

The bike's visual department was similar to previous models, packing standard fittings, such as a half fairing with a trapezoidal headlight, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine plate, and wire-spoke wheels.

The bike was built around an aluminum frame with a 45 mm upside-down Marzocchi telescopic fork on the front and an adjustable Sachs Boje shock absorber on the rear with APS, offering excellent handling capabilities.

Braking-wise, the bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm brake disc on the front and a 220 mm disc on the rear. The rear one was handled by a single-piston caliper, while the one from the front was engaged by a dual-piston caliper.

As for the power figures, the 2003 Aprilia Pegaso 650ie Tuscany Tibet delivered 50 hp with a peak force at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm, coming from a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder powerhouse.

The power generated by the engine was sent to the rear wheel through a five-speed manual gearbox and a final chain drive, launching the motorcycle to 179 kph (111 mph).

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APRILIA Pegaso 650ie photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles introduced by Aprilia in 1989 and produced until 2011. It was introduced as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg and was one of the first alternatives to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

In 2003, the Italian motorcycle maker released the Aprilia Pegaso 650ie, a motorcycle that debuted in 1992. When first released, it was the first motorcycle fitted with a double-spar aluminum frame.

The 2003 Aprilia Pegaso 650ie came with the same package as the previous model, featuring the same technical, visual, and performance specifications without any significant modifications, except for color alterations.

Suspension-wise, the motorcycle packed a 45 mm Marzocchi upside-down telescopic fork on the front end. In contrast, the rear end was controlled by an adjustable APS shock absorber tied to a dual-sided swingarm.

The braking power was handled by a 300 mm brake disc mounted on the front wheel coupled to a dual-piston caliper and a single-piston caliper managing a 220 mm disc on the rear wheel.

The 2003 Aprilia Pegaso 650ie had its soul brought to life by a 652cc four-stroke single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine mounted underneath its fuel tank, boasting 50 hp with maximum strength at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles introduced by Aprilia in 1989 and produced until 2011 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

The first Pegaso model presented to the public was the Aprilia Pegaso 125. It was introduced in 1989, and later on, the maker released the 50cc version in 1992, the 600cc model in 1990, and the 650cc model in 1992.

In 2001, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650, a half-faired motorcycle that debuted in 1992 as the first motorcycle fitted with a double-spar aluminum frame. In addition, the 2001 model was equipped with an Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system.

In the visual department, the bike was similar to previous models, packing standard features, such as wire-spoke wheels, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, a half fairing with a windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab handles, an engine plate, a luggage rack, and a side stand.

As for power, the 2001 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had installed a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine underneath its fuel tank, boasting 49 hp with maximum strength at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

A five-speed manual transmission handled the bike's power, sending it to the rear wheel through a final chain drive, pushing the motorcycle to a top speed of 179 kph (111 mph).

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 Outback photo gallery

In 2001, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 650 Outback, a machine designed for the more adventurous among Aprilia's fans, offering the exact specifications as the standard model but with additional storage capabilities.

Aesthetically, the motorcycle packed standard features, such as a half fairing with a windscreen, hand guards, an engine plate, side-mounted panniers, a top box, two mufflers mounted under the seat, and wire-spoke wheels.

The Pegaso 650 was Aprilia's entry into the middleweight trial-style segment. It was well-suited for the urban jungle and back roads, but its off-road capabilities needed to be improved.

The bike packed a 45 mm inverted Marzocchi adjustable fork in the suspension department with 175 mm of travel on the front end and an adjustable APS shock absorber on the rear, offering optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

As for the braking power, the bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm disc coupled to a dual-piston caliper, while the 17-inch rear wheel was handled by a 220 mm brake disc squeezed by a single-piston caliper, providing optimum stopping power.

The 2001 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Outback had its heartbeat set by a 6562cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered an output power of 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

The bike's power was handled by a five-speed manual transmission and sent to the rear end via a final chain, launching the bike to a top speed of 179 kph (111 mph).

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

In 2000, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 650, a motorcycle in its ninth consecutive year of production. The 2000 model packed the same technical, visual, and performance specifications as the previous one without significant modifications.

The Pegaso 650 was Aprilia's entry into the middleweight trial-style segment and was well-suited for the urban jungle and back roads, but its off-road capabilities were minimal.

The motorcycle featured standard fittings in the visual department, like a half-fairing with a windscreen, wire-spoke wheels, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a side stand, an engine plate, and an under-seat-mounted exhaust system.

The bike's suspension system comprised a 45 mm inverted Marzocchi adjustable fork with 175 mm of travel on the front end and an adjustable APS shock absorber on the rear, offering optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

The bike's 19-inch front spoke wheel was fitted with a 300 mm disc coupled to a dual-piston caliper, while the 17-inch rear wheel was handled by a 220 mm brake disc squeezed by a single-piston caliper, providing optimum stopping power.

In the performance department, the 2000 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had installed a 6562cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine underneath its fuel tank, boasting 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a motorcycle manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011. It was one of the first alternatives to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited to paved roads than off-road.

The Pegaso was available in a 50cc version manufactured from 1992 to 1995, 125cc made from 1989 to 1995, 600cc produced from 1992, and the 650 cc version made from 1995, available in Strada, Trial, and Factory versions since 2005.

In 1999, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650, Aprilia's entry into the middleweight trial-style segment. It was well-suited for town and back roads, but its off-road capabilities were limited.

Visually, the bike had standard features, such as a half-fairing with a windscreen, wire-spoke wheels, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a side stand, an engine plate, and an under-seat-mounted exhaust system.

For suspension, the motorcycle packed a 45 mm inverted Marzocchi adjustable fork with 175 mm of travel on the front and an adjustable APS monoshock on the rear, providing optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

The bike's 19-inch front wheel was controlled by a 300 mm disc engaged by a dual-piston caliper, while the 17-inch rear wheel was handled by a 220 mm brake disc coupled to a single-piston caliper.

As for power, the 1999 Aprilia Pegaso 650 was set in motion by a 6562cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered an output power of 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

In 1998, the Italian motorcycle maker released the Aprilia Pegaso 650, a dual-purpose machine in its sixth consecutive year of production that came with the same package as the previous model without any modifications.

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 to replace the Aprilia Tuareg. It also was one of the first alternatives to the classic road-enduro motorcycles, with characteristics oriented more towards road use than off-road.

The bikes were manufactured in four displacements, such as 50cc made from 1992 to 1995, 125cc from 1989 to 1995, 600cc from 1990, and 650cc from 1992. In 2005, the Aprilia Pegaso 650 was available in three versions: Strada, Trail, and Factory.

Visually, the bike was fitted with standard fittings, like a redesigned half-fairing, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab rail, an engine plate, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, and wire-spoke wheels.

Besides its cosmetic modifications received a year earlier, the bike's significant changes included a new frame with a longer wheelbase, an increased rake and trial, and a revised airbox. In every other department, the bike remained unchanged.

In the performance department, the 1998 Aprilia Pegaso 650 was powered by a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, boasting 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 Road photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles made by Aprilia in 1989 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg and as one of the first alternatives to the classic road-enduro motorcycles, with characteristics oriented more towards road use than off-road.

In 1997, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 650 road, a road-oriented model, which, unlike the base model, came with lighter cast-aluminum wheels, road tires, and a re-mapped engine and suspension system for better performance on paved roads.

Visually, the bike was characterized by standard features, such as a small front cowl with an integrated headlight, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab handles, a side stand, and aluminum wheels.

The bike was built around a steel frame with a 45 mm Marzocchi inverted fork on the front and an adjustable APS shock absorber on the rear, providing optimum suspension performance and handling capabilities.

In the braking department, the bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm brake disc mounted on the front engaged by a dual-piston caliper and a 220 mm brake rotor on the rear with a single-piston caliper.

As for the power figures, the 1997 Aprilia Pegaso 650 Road had its soul brought to life by a 652cc four-stroke single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that delivered 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg and as one of the first alternatives to the classic road-enduro motorcycles, with characteristics oriented more towards road use than off-road.

The bikes were available in four displacements, such as 50cc made from 1992 to 1995, 125cc from 1989 to 1995, 600cc from 1990, and 650cc from 1992. In 2005, the Aprilia Pegaso 650 was available in three versions: Strada, Trail, and Factory.

In 1997, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650, the largest displacement model in the range. It was in its sixth consecutive year of production and came with several technical and aesthetic modifications.

Besides its cosmetic modifications, the bike's significant changes included a new frame with a longer wheelbase, an increased rake and trial, and a revised airbox. In every other department, the bike remained unchanged.

The bike had standard features in the visual department, such as a redesigned half-fairing, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab rail, an engine plate, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, and wire-spoke wheels.

As for the power figures, the 1997 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had its soul brought to life by a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered an output power of 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

In 1996, the Italian motorcycle maker released the Aprilia Pegaso 650, the largest displacement machine in their Pegaso range. It came with the same package as the previous model without any modifications.

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles produced by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

The bike debuted in 1992 as the first road enduro motorcycle with a double-spar aluminum frame. In addition, when first released, the bike dropped the old Rotax 560 engine in favor of the Rotax 655 with five valves per cylinder (three intake and two exhaust).

In the visual department, the bike had standard features, such as a half fairing with a trapezoidal headlight, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine plate, and wire-spoke wheels.

In the performance department, the 1996 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had installed a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

As for the stopping power, the bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm brake disc on the front and a single-piston caliper managing a 220 mm disc on the rear.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles made by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 to replace the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

In 1995, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650, the largest displacement motorcycle in the family. When it was first released, the bike was the first road enduro with a double-spar aluminum frame.

The 1995 motorcycle remained unchanged and featured the same technical, visual, and performance specifications as the previous model without any significant modifications whatsoever.

It had standard features, like wire-spoke wheels, an engine plate, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, a luggage rack, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a small windscreen, and a half fairing with a trapezoidal headlight.

In the performance department, the 1995 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had installed a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine underneath its fuel tank, delivering 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

The bike's riding was softened by a 45 mm Marzocchi upside-down telescopic fork on the front, while the rear end was controlled by an adjustable APS shock absorber tied to a dual-sided swingarm.

As for the stopping power, the motorcycle's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm brake disc on the front and a single-piston caliper managing a 220 mm disc on the rear, providing optimum stopping power.

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APRILIA Pegaso 125 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a small displacement motorcycle that debuted in 1989 and continued production until 1995. The bike was based on the Tuareg Wind, which retained the frame, chassis, and engine.

In 1994, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 125, a bike suited for novice riders, packing the same specifications as previous models, except for new color options.

For the first time, the bike's frame was black instead of ash grey, the fork sliders were black, the bodywork was painted white, dark blue, and cherry red, the headlight holder was magenta, and the seat was dark blue.

As for the visual department, the bike featured the same standard features as previous models, such as a half-fairing with a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a luggage rack, a high-mounted exhaust system, a side stand, and wire-spoke wheels.

In the performance department, the 1994 Aprilia Pegaso 125 took its power from a 124cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with a 34 mm Dell'Orto carburetor feeding the piston, boasting 31 hp at 10,000 rpm and 23 Nm (17 lb-ft) torque at 8,500 rpm.

The power produced by the engine was transferred to a six-speed manual transmission that sent it to the rear end via a final chain drive, launching the motorcycle to a top speed of 159 kph (99 mph).

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a family of motorcycles made by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

In 1994, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 650, the largest model in the family. It was its third year of production and was the first Enduro motorcycle fitted with a double-spar aluminum frame.

The 1994 Pegaso 650 came with the same package as previous models, delivering the same technical, visual, and performance specifications without any modifications whatsoever.

Visually, the bike had standard features, such as a half fairing with a trapezoidal headlight, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine plate, and wire-spoke wheels.

The braking power was handled by a 300 mm brake disc on the front wheel and a single-piston caliper managing a 220 mm disc on the rear wheel, offering optimum stopping power.

As for suspension, the bike packed a 45 mm Marzocchi upside-down telescopic fork on the front end. In contrast, the rear end was controlled by an adjustable APS shock absorber tied to a dual-sided swingarm.

As for power, the 1994 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had its heartbeat set by a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine mounted at its core, delivering 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 600 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso range comprised several models with different engine displacements. The first model was the Pegaso 125, made from 1989 to 1995, followed by the Pegaso 600 in 1990, the Pegaso 50 in 1992, and the Pegaso 650 in 1992, created in Strada, Trial, and Factory versions.

In 1993, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer released the Aprilia Pegaso 600, a dual-purpose machine with light off-road capabilities. It was in its fourth consecutive year of production and was suitable for novice and more seasoned riders.

The 1993 Aprilia Pegaso 600 featured the same package as the previous model, delivering the same performance, visual and technical specifications without any significant modifications whatsoever.

In the visual department, the 1993 machine had standard features, like a half fairing with a small rectangular headlight, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a small luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine cover, and wire-spoke wheels.

The bike was built around a steel frame with a hydraulic inverted fork on the front with 203 mm of travel and an APS monoshock on the rear with 203 mm of wheel travel, providing optimum handling.

As for the power figures, the 1993 Aprilia Pegaso 600 had its soul brought to life by a 562cc four-stroke air-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered 45 hp at 7,000 rpm and 49 Nm (36 lb-ft) torque at 6,000 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 125 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a dual-purpose motorcycle with light off-road capabilities manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement model for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

In 1993, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 125, a small displacement motorcycle that carried the same technical, visual, and performance specifications as the previous model without modifications.

The motorcycle came with standard fittings, such as a half-fairing with a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a luggage rack, a high-mounted exhaust system, a side stand, and wire-spoke wheels.

In the suspension department, the Pegaso 125 packed a 41 mm inverted telescopic fork on the front and an adjustable shock absorber on the rear, delivering optimum suspension performance and handling.

Braking-wise, the bike's wheels were fitted with a 300 mm brake disc on the front and a 220 mm disc on the rear. The front disc was engaged by a dual-piston caliper, and the rear one by a single-piston caliper.

As for power, the 1993 Aprilia Pegaso 125 had its heartbeat set by a 124cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with a 34 mm Dell'Orto carburetor feeding the piston. As for the power figures, the engine delivered 31 hp at 10,000 rpm and 23 Nm (17 lb-ft) torque at 8,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

In 1993, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650, the larger version of the range. It was in its second year of production, and when released, it was the first road enduro motorcycle equipped with a double-spar aluminum frame.

In addition, the 1993 model came with the same package as the previous one, featuring the exact technical, visual, and performance specifications without any changes whatsoever.

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles produced by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

The bike was fitted with standard features, such as a half fairing with a trapezoidal headlight, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine plate, and wire-spoke wheels.

Suspension-wise, the motorcycle packed a 45 mm Marzocchi upside-down telescopic fork on the front end. In contrast, the rear end was controlled by an adjustable APS shock absorber tied to a dual-sided swingarm.

The braking power came from a dual-piston caliper squeezing a 300 mm brake disc on the front wheel and a single-piston caliper managing a 220 mm disc on the rear wheel.

The 1993 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had its soul brought to life by a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 600 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso line comprised several models with different engine displacements. The first model was the Pegaso 125, made from 1989 to 1995, followed by the Pegaso 600 in 1990, the Pegaso 50 in 1992, and the Pegaso 650 in 1992, created in Strada, Trial, and Factory versions.

The Aprilia Pegaso was a dual-purpose machine with light off-road capabilities made by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement model for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

In 1992, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 600, a motorcycle in its third consecutive year of production. The bike was suitable for all riders, from beginner to more experienced ones.

The motorcycle packed standard fittings, such as a half fairing with a small rectangular headlight, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a small luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine cover, and wire-spoke wheels.

All bits and pieces were mounted on the steel frame, including the suspension system, which comprised a hydraulic inverted fork on the front with 203 mm of travel and an APS monoshock on the rear with 203 mm of wheel travel, providing optimum handling.

As for power, the 1992 Aprilia Pegaso 600 had installed a 562cc four-stroke air-cooled single-cylinder engine at its core, boasting 45 hp at 7,000 rpm and 49 Nm (36 lb-ft) torque at 6,000 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 125 photo gallery

In 1992, the Italian motorcycle maker released the Aprilia Pegaso 125, a small displacement motorcycle that debuted in 1989 and continued production until 1995. Compared to the previous model, the 1992 Pegaso 125 had several modifications.

Some changes included the more rounded external crankcase, improved gear selector and clutch pressure plate, reversed internal fourth and fifth gears, and moved the tachometer cable to the front of the clutch housing.

The Aprilia Pegaso was a dual-purpose motorcycle with light off-road capabilities manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement model for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

Aesthetically, the bike had standard features, such as a half-fairing with a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a luggage rack, a high-mounted exhaust system, a side stand, and wire-spoke wheels.

The bike's braking power was handled by a 300 mm brake disc tied to a dual-piston caliper on the 18-inch front wheel, while the rear 17-inch wheel was controlled by a 220 mm brake disc engaged by a single-piston caliper.

Power-wise, the 1992 Aprilia Pegaso 125 had its muscles from a 124cc two-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with a 34 mm Dell'Orto carburetor. As for the power figures, the engine delivered 31 hp at 10,000 rpm and 23 Nm (17 lb-ft) torque at 8,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 650 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a line of motorcycles produced by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

The first Pegaso presented to the public was the Aprilia Pegaso 125. It was introduced in 1989, and later on, the maker released the 50cc version in 1992, the 600cc model in 1990, and the 650cc model in 1992.

In 1992, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 650, the first road enduro motorcycle equipped with a double-spar aluminum frame. It was also changed in the aesthetic and performance departments.

In the power department, the bike dropped the old Rotax 560 engine in favor of the new generation Rotax 665 unit with five valves per cylinder (three intake and two exhaust), controlled by two overhead camshafts, which in turn were controlled by a chain instead of a toothed belt.

In the visual department, the bike had standard features, such as a half fairing with a trapezoidal headlight, a small windscreen, a one-piece dual seat with passenger grab rails, a luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine plate, and wire-spoke wheels.

As for power, the 1992 Aprilia Pegaso 650 had its soul brought to life by a 652cc four-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered 49 hp at 7,000 rpm and 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) torque at 6,500 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 600 photo gallery

In 1991, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 600, a middle-class dual-purpose machine in its second year of production. It was suitable for all riders, from the novice to the more seasoned ones.

The Aprilia Pegaso was first presented to the public in 1989 in a 125cc form. Later, it was available with a 50cc engine from 1992 to 1995, 600cc from 1990, and 650cc from 1992 in several versions.

In addition, the 1991 motorcycle came with the same package as the previous model. It packed the exact technical, visual, and performance specifications without any significant modifications whatsoever.

In the aesthetic department, the motorcycle packed standard features, such as a half fairing with a small rectangular headlight, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a small luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine cover, and wire-spoke wheels.

The bike was built around a steel frame with a hydraulic inverted fork on the front with 203 mm of travel and an APS monoshock on the rear with 203 mm wheel travel, providing optimum handling.

In the performance department, the 1991 Aprilia Pegaso 600 had its heartbeat set by a 562cc four-stroke air-cooled single-cylinder engine, boasting 45 hp at 7,000 rpm and 49 Nm (36 lb-ft) torque at 6,000 rpm.

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APRILIA Pegaso 125 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was an on-road motorcycle with light off-road capabilities manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement model for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

The bike was first presented in 1989, featuring a 125cc engine. Still, later on, it was available in a 50cc version manufactured from 1992 to 1995, 600cc from 1990, and 650cc from 1992 in several versions, Strada, Trial, and Factory.

In 1991, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 125, a small-displacement motorcycle in its third consecutive year of production. It received its first restyling of the bodywork that remained unchanged until 1994, except for the color options and graphics.

It featured changes like the front dual headlight system replaced by a single trapezoidal one, a new headlight holder, a redesigned tail, and a new grill on the exhaust pipe and silencer to prevent the rider's leg from burning.

At its core, the 1991 Aprilia Pegaso 125 had installed a 124cc two-stroke liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with a 34 mm Dell'Orto carburetor. As for the power figures, the engine delivered 31 hp at 10,000 rpm and 23 Nm (17 lb-ft) torque at 8,500 rpm.

The bike's 18-inch wire-spoke wheel was controlled by a 300 mm brake disc tied to a dual-piston caliper, while the rear 17-inch wheel was handled by a 220 mm brake disc engaged by a single-piston caliper.

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APRILIA Pegaso 600 photo gallery

The Aprilia Pegaso was a motorcycle manufactured by Aprilia from 1989 to 2011 as a replacement model for the Aprilia Tuareg. It was the first alternative to the classic desert-road enduro motorcycles with characteristics more suited for road use.

The Aprilia Pegaso was first presented to the public in 1989 in a 125cc displacement. It was also available with a 50cc engine made from 1992 to 1995, 600cc from 1990, and 650cc made from 1992 in several versions.

In 1990, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer launched the Aprilia Pegaso 600, a motorcycle characterized by its high-volume single-cylinder Rotax engine already used on the Tuareg 600 model. In addition, it retained the double-cradle square tube steel frame from the Tuareg model.

Visually, the bike had standard features, like a half fairing with a small rectangular headlight, a one-piece dual seat with a passenger grab handle, a small luggage rack, an under-seat-mounted exhaust system, an engine cover, and wire-spoke wheels.

Suspension-wise, the Aprilia Pegaso 600 had installed a hydraulic inverted fork on the front with 203 mm of travel and an APS monoshock on the rear with 203 mm wheel travel.

As for power, the 1990 Aprilia Pegaso 600 had its soul brought to life by a 562cc four-stroke air-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivered 45 hp at 7,000 rpm and 49 Nm (36 lb-ft) torque at 6,000 rpm.

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