Arch Method 143 Motorcycle

May 31, 2018

Category: Rides

We all remember back in 2015 when Keanu Reeves and Gard Hollinger launched the KRGT-1 as the flagship product for their new motorcycle workshop – dubbed Arch Motorcycles. Now, just two years later, the LA-based bike builders released not only a 2018 update to the KRGT-1 but a stealthy and aggressive concept bike dubbed Method 143 at this year’s EICMA show in Milan.

Limited to only 23 units worldwide, Method 143 promises a one-of-a-kind riding experience for those brave enough to tackle the bike’s 143 cubic-inch 2343cc engine. Clearly, this ride is no joke, and the good people at Arch made sure the madness didn’t stop at the engine either. Here, Method 143 features a Suter Industries CNC machined aluminum single-sided swingarm with a carbon fiber cover, CNC machined bodywork, a MotoGP-inspired full titanium/carbon fiber exhaust system, ARCH-designed BST carbon fiber turbine wheels, and an integrated leather seat. Pricing has yet to be released.

Learn More: Arch

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