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Sunday, 7 December 2014

Friday bike

Arch KRGT-1


The story goes that actor Keanu Reeves approached a custom builder to build him a bike, then decided to put them into production.
And this is the outcome - a 2000cc V-twin sort of bobber (or whatever they're called this week).

SPECIFICATIONS

Engine

Arch Proprietary S&S Cycle T124 Twin Cam; 124 Cubic Inches (2,032 cc); 45° Downdraft Fuel Injected V-Twin
Max HP @ Rear Wheel: 121.53     Max Torque @ Rear Wheel: 121.77

Transmission

Arch Proprietary 6-Speed Baker Drivetrain w/ Custom Compact High Torque Mainshaft

Drive

Primary: Arch Proprietary Bandit Dry Belt w/ Compact Clutch Basket
Final: Right Side, 530 O-ring Chain

Chassis

Frame: Arch Tube & Billet Steel w/ Billet Aluminum Structural Members
Swingarm: Modular Billet Aluminum with Titanium Axle Adjusters

Suspension

Front: Ohlins Inverted 43mm; Fully Adjustable
Rear: Race Tech Single Shock w/ Reservoir and Hydraulic Preload Adjustment; Fully Adjustable

Wheels

BST Ultralight Carbon Fiber; Front: 3”x 19”; Rear: 8”x 18”

Tires

Front: 120/70ZR19
Rear: 240/40R18

Brakes

Front: Dual ISR 6 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Calipers; Dual ISR Floating Dampened Discs
Rear: Single ISR 4 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Caliper; ISR Semi-Floating Disc

Lighting

High-output LED Headlamp w/ Integrated High Beam, Low Beam
MotoGadget Bar End LED Front Turn Signals
Arch Cove-Reflective LED Tail Light w/ Unitized Brake and Turn Signals

Battery

Ultra lightweight, compact Lithium Ion power cell w/ Up to 700 CCA in a sub 4 lb package

Instrumentation

MotoGadget Motoscope Pro Digital Instrumentation w/ Programmable at Your Fingertip Function

Geometry

Wheelbase: 68” Rake: 30° Trail: 5.0” Seat Height: 27.8”

Weights & Measures

Dry Weight: 538lbs
Fuel Capacity: 5 US Gallons     Range: 185-210 Miles

Ergonomics

Each Arch can be custom tailored to enhance ride comfort and performance. Ergonomic options include Forward or Mid Controls, Narrow or Wide Mounted Foot Pegs and 2” or 3” Handlebar Pull-Back Risers


Price

$78,000 USD (Introductory Offering)
$12,000 USD Reservation Deposit



$78,000 = £50,000 = 63,000 Euros (don't all rush at once!)

Website

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SPECIFICATIONS

Engine

Arch Proprietary S&S Cycle T124 Twin Cam; 124 Cubic Inches (2,032 cc); 45° Downdraft Fuel Injected V-Twin
Max HP @ Rear Wheel: 121.53     Max Torque @ Rear Wheel: 121.77

Transmission

Arch Proprietary 6-Speed Baker Drivetrain w/ Custom Compact High Torque Mainshaft

Drive

Primary: Arch Proprietary Bandit Dry Belt w/ Compact Clutch Basket
Final: Right Side, 530 O-ring Chain

Chassis

Frame: Arch Tube & Billet Steel w/ Billet Aluminum Structural Members
Swingarm: Modular Billet Aluminum with Titanium Axle Adjusters

Suspension

Front: Ohlins Inverted 43mm; Fully Adjustable
Rear: Race Tech Single Shock w/ Reservoir and Hydraulic Preload Adjustment; Fully Adjustable

Wheels

BST Ultralight Carbon Fiber; Front: 3”x 19”; Rear: 8”x 18”

Tires

Front: 120/70ZR19
Rear: 240/40R18

Brakes

Front: Dual ISR 6 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Calipers; Dual ISR Floating Dampened Discs
Rear: Single ISR 4 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Caliper; ISR Semi-Floating Disc

Lighting

High-output LED Headlamp w/ Integrated High Beam, Low Beam
MotoGadget Bar End LED Front Turn Signals
Arch Cove-Reflective LED Tail Light w/ Unitized Brake and Turn Signals

Battery

Ultra lightweight, compact Lithium Ion power cell w/ Up to 700 CCA in a sub 4 lb package

Instrumentation

MotoGadget Motoscope Pro Digital Instrumentation w/ Programmable at Your Fingertip Function

Geometry

Wheelbase: 68” Rake: 30° Trail: 5.0” Seat Height: 27.8”

Weights & Measures

Dry Weight: 538lbs
Fuel Capacity: 5 US Gallons     Range: 185-210 Miles

Ergonomics

Each Arch can be custom tailored to enhance ride comfort and performance. Ergonomic options include Forward or Mid Controls, Narrow or Wide Mounted Foot Pegs and 2” or 3” Handlebar Pull-Back Risers


Price

$78,000 USD (Introductory Offering)
$12,000 USD Reservation Deposit
- See more at: http://archmotorcycle.com/specifications/#sthash.NSEhBdwo.dpuf

SPECIFICATIONS

Engine

Arch Proprietary S&S Cycle T124 Twin Cam; 124 Cubic Inches (2,032 cc); 45° Downdraft Fuel Injected V-Twin
Max HP @ Rear Wheel: 121.53     Max Torque @ Rear Wheel: 121.77

Transmission

Arch Proprietary 6-Speed Baker Drivetrain w/ Custom Compact High Torque Mainshaft

Drive

Primary: Arch Proprietary Bandit Dry Belt w/ Compact Clutch Basket
Final: Right Side, 530 O-ring Chain

Chassis

Frame: Arch Tube & Billet Steel w/ Billet Aluminum Structural Members
Swingarm: Modular Billet Aluminum with Titanium Axle Adjusters

Suspension

Front: Ohlins Inverted 43mm; Fully Adjustable
Rear: Race Tech Single Shock w/ Reservoir and Hydraulic Preload Adjustment; Fully Adjustable

Wheels

BST Ultralight Carbon Fiber; Front: 3”x 19”; Rear: 8”x 18”

Tires

Front: 120/70ZR19
Rear: 240/40R18

Brakes

Front: Dual ISR 6 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Calipers; Dual ISR Floating Dampened Discs
Rear: Single ISR 4 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Caliper; ISR Semi-Floating Disc

Lighting

High-output LED Headlamp w/ Integrated High Beam, Low Beam
MotoGadget Bar End LED Front Turn Signals
Arch Cove-Reflective LED Tail Light w/ Unitized Brake and Turn Signals

Battery

Ultra lightweight, compact Lithium Ion power cell w/ Up to 700 CCA in a sub 4 lb package

Instrumentation

MotoGadget Motoscope Pro Digital Instrumentation w/ Programmable at Your Fingertip Function

Geometry

Wheelbase: 68” Rake: 30° Trail: 5.0” Seat Height: 27.8”

Weights & Measures

Dry Weight: 538lbs
Fuel Capacity: 5 US Gallons     Range: 185-210 Miles

Ergonomics

Each Arch can be custom tailored to enhance ride comfort and performance. Ergonomic options include Forward or Mid Controls, Narrow or Wide Mounted Foot Pegs and 2” or 3” Handlebar Pull-Back Risers


Price

$78,000 USD (Introductory Offering)
$12,000 USD Reservation Deposit
- See more at: http://archmotorcycle.com/specifications/#sthash.NSEhBdwo.dpuf

SPECIFICATIONS

Engine

Arch Proprietary S&S Cycle T124 Twin Cam; 124 Cubic Inches (2,032 cc); 45° Downdraft Fuel Injected V-Twin
Max HP @ Rear Wheel: 121.53     Max Torque @ Rear Wheel: 121.77

Transmission

Arch Proprietary 6-Speed Baker Drivetrain w/ Custom Compact High Torque Mainshaft

Drive

Primary: Arch Proprietary Bandit Dry Belt w/ Compact Clutch Basket
Final: Right Side, 530 O-ring Chain

Chassis

Frame: Arch Tube & Billet Steel w/ Billet Aluminum Structural Members
Swingarm: Modular Billet Aluminum with Titanium Axle Adjusters

Suspension

Front: Ohlins Inverted 43mm; Fully Adjustable
Rear: Race Tech Single Shock w/ Reservoir and Hydraulic Preload Adjustment; Fully Adjustable

Wheels

BST Ultralight Carbon Fiber; Front: 3”x 19”; Rear: 8”x 18”

Tires

Front: 120/70ZR19
Rear: 240/40R18

Brakes

Front: Dual ISR 6 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Calipers; Dual ISR Floating Dampened Discs
Rear: Single ISR 4 Piston Monoblock Radial Mount Caliper; ISR Semi-Floating Disc

Lighting

High-output LED Headlamp w/ Integrated High Beam, Low Beam
MotoGadget Bar End LED Front Turn Signals
Arch Cove-Reflective LED Tail Light w/ Unitized Brake and Turn Signals

Battery

Ultra lightweight, compact Lithium Ion power cell w/ Up to 700 CCA in a sub 4 lb package

Instrumentation

MotoGadget Motoscope Pro Digital Instrumentation w/ Programmable at Your Fingertip Function

Geometry

Wheelbase: 68” Rake: 30° Trail: 5.0” Seat Height: 27.8”

Weights & Measures

Dry Weight: 538lbs
Fuel Capacity: 5 US Gallons     Range: 185-210 Miles

Ergonomics

Each Arch can be custom tailored to enhance ride comfort and performance. Ergonomic options include Forward or Mid Controls, Narrow or Wide Mounted Foot Pegs and 2” or 3” Handlebar Pull-Back Risers


Price

$78,000 USD (Introductory Offering)
$12,000 USD Reservation Deposit
- See more at: http://archmotorcycle.com/specifications/#sthash.NSEhBdwo.dpuf

1 comment:

  1. Another ridiculous overpriced custom that will never sell in numbers large enough to challenge anyone of the established brands. There are just too many of these types of bikes being made. Everyone thinks they can do it better. :(

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