Do you like “custom” motorcycles? Do you like the movie “Matrix”? Keanu Reeves is one of your favorite actors? Perfect.
Then you’ll like the work of Arch Motorcycles, founded in 2011 by this American actor.
The company produces pure american luxury two-wheelers, in the best “custom” spirit and with top performance, and the latest model fits perfectly into it. Meet Arch Method 143, a perfect example of how a fantastic machine can be made even better!
Method 143 is a true symphony of carbon fiber and is the first concept-production motorcycle with a carbon mono-cell chassis with an integrated drive cell. There is also a CNC machined aluminum, first-class leather, all in one unique and elegant package.
Only 23 copies will be produced, each of them will be powered by a monstrous S & S V-twin aggregate of 2,343 cubic. According to the first allegations, Method 143 will have over 170 hp and close to 200 Nm of torque.
It should be noted that the last fork was made by Suter, whose Arch Motorcycles is the official importer for the United States.
As far as the suspension is concerned, a pair of fully adjustable Ohlins forkers of the FGRT series are on the way, while Ohlins’s last shock absorber is also known. Of the other specifications, the dual ISR monoblock of the radial brake caliper, the 17-inch turbine wheels, the Michelin Power RS tires, as well as the highly attractive SC-Project exhaust system made from a combination of titanium, carbon fiber and aluminum, is inspired by the exhausts as seen in “Premiere class”.