Aprilia’s Shiver first hit the scene in 2007 as a 750cc middleweight naked, but it struggled to gain much attention in the marketplace. A decade on and Aprilia has finally seen it fit to give the Shiver some love, and it’s done so in the best way possible: giving it more power. Introducing the Aprilia Shiver 900, unveiled today at EICMA 2016.

Sharing the same long-stroke 896cc 90-degree V-Twin seen in the new Dorsoduro 900, the Shiver’s output is identical to the Dorso – 95.2 hp and 66.4 lb-ft of torque. A new Marelli 7SM ECU is the brains behind the operation that includes traction control and a revised ride-by-wire throttle, which sheds more than a pound of weight compared to its predecessor.

A bigger engine, updated electronics, better suspension, and revised bodywork are the big talking points for the 2017 Shiver 900.

A bigger engine, updated electronics, better suspension, and revised bodywork are the big talking points for the 2017 Shiver 900.

The instrument cluster is completely new and features a TFT display on a 4.3-inch screen (the same one used on the Aprilia RSV4 and Aprilia Tuono 1100 V4). Should you opt for the accessory Aprilia Multimedia Platform that allows the bike to connect with the AMP app on your smartphone, the TFT display will also provide data related to incoming/active calls on the screen, as well as information related to the use of an intercom or any audio files being played.

Other new bits include a 41mm Kayaba fork with rebound and preload adjustability, and Tuono-inspired three-spoke wheels that shave a massive two pounds from the front and nearly three pounds from the rear! The result of the reduced rotating mass is sure to be much improved handling. Lastly, various body panels like the front fender, fuel tank covers, and rear fender are all revamped yet unmistakably Shiver.

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  • JMDonald

    We live in the best of times. Another example from Aprilia.

  • allworld

    I had a Shiver (2010) it was a fun bike, when it was running………..
    The problem with Aprilia is most dealerships won’t do business with Piaggio.

  • Gabriel Owens

    This means those 2015-16 shiver 750’s are about to be super cheap.

    Are they reliable? I need a daily driver to rack up mileage.