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Ariel Ace By Ariel Motor Company

Once upon a time the British Ariel was not known by producing vehicles on four wheels, but by the motorcycles, that this brand produced. Motorcycles have now returned on their offer through two unique specimen named Ace. Ariel Atom is not the only thing that you will now be able to order from the Somerset brand. With a road legal car powered by Honda’s engine, Ariel now offers, for those with deeper pockets, its two-wheeler named Ace. The star of this motorcycle is its trellis frame around which is made this modular two-wheeler.

Ariel Ace By Ariel Motor Company

High level of personalization of the motorcycle is what they has to offer, and the bike is initially available in two different versions. While one is equipped with classic Öhlins hanging and tail fairing, the other is very similar to motorcycles offered by Confederate Motorcycles. Both copies launches Honda engine capacity 1,237 cc borrowed from the VFR1200F. The V4 engine for Ariel ACEU provides 172Hp and 129 Nm of torque. With the best Ohlins components Atom Ace brings Brembo brakes and ABS and traction control.

Ariel Ace By Ariel Motor Company

Each customer will be able to project its copy and be present for its production. Once the motorcycle is completed the customer will subsequently be able to choose the equipment from a number of supplements that Ariel prepare for their motorcycles. So Ace can be equipped with different hopper tank, handlebars, fairings, fenders, seats and wheels. What Ariel still hides, is the price of this two-wheeler, which is due to the level of personalization will very high.

Ariel Ace By Ariel Motor Company

Written by Michoni

Milan Jovicic's passion is cars, men fashion and gadgets. As an editor and blogger for Extravaganzi he writes articles about fast and luxury vehicles, yachts and fashion, especially interested in expensive watches. When not working, he enjoys watching F1 and motorcycle racing.

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