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2018 Arch Motorcycles KRGT-1

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Nov 9, 2017

Category: Rides

High-octane actor Keanu Reeves is no stranger to stunt work. He’s been dodging bullets, racing cars, fighting crime and even expelling demons from possessed hosts. Now, at this year’s EICMA show, Reeves unveiled what he’s been secretly up to for the past several years: designing and building motorcycles.

He calls his workshop Arch Motorcycle and he’s been working in conjunction with his business partner and famed motorcycle designer Gard Hollinger since 2015 when they first rolled out the KRGT-1. Now, they’ve released three new models at the bike show in Milan this year along with a 2018 update to the original KRGT-1. Here, this sleek offering from Arch boasts an upgraded front suspension and brakes with optional ABS or EURO 4 compliance.  The 2018 iteration, however, still houses its massive 124 cubic-inch 2,032cc engine complete with an output of 122 hp and 122 ft-lbs of torque. No word on production just yet but Arch is slated to make a handful of these beasts in their South LA workshop for fellow stuntmen and thrill seekers with a bit of coin to spare we’re sure.

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