Ariel Ace Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Ariel has built its brand on the ever popular Atom (essentially a street-legal go-kart ), and now the brand we all know and love will be once again delving into the world of 2-wheelers with the release of the Ariel Ace Motorcycle.

Seeing that it’s Ariel, you already know this thing was built to perform. Sporting an aluminum alloy billet frame, the Ace is powered by a 1237cc water-cooled Honda engine that pumps out an impressive 170 horsepower. This setup helps the bike reach 60 miles per hour from a standstill in just 3.4 seconds with a top speed of 165 mph. But this isn’t where the Ace shines. Ariel’s new 2-wheeler is completely customizable. That’s right. You don’t like the handlebars? Change ’em. The seat not really doing it for you? Throw on a new one. The exhaust not to your liking? Toss it. Nearly every component on this thing can be swapped out, right from the factory. The brand plans on selling this bike for roughly $34,000 USD.

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