Bespoke supercars are nothing special, but when it comes to motorcycles, the Ariel Ace is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. Powered by a 1,200-cc water-cooled Honda V-4 engine that produces 175-horsepower, this motorcycle can hit 60 miles per hour from a standstill in 3.4-seconds, with a top speed of 165mph. What sets this model apart from others is that it’s fully-customizable, including the handlebars to the seats, exhaust, brakes, gas tank and more. Continue reading to see it in-action.
“The frame itself is the work of 70 hours of machining, according to Ariel, and is formed from six main pieces of billet section aluminum. Linkage or tube-type forks can be selected and Ohlins dampers are standard. That all goes some way to justifying the Ace’s hefty list price – it starts at £20,000 (approximately $34,000), and those customizable features probably won’t be cheap either. But at just 100-150 units per year it won’t be common either,” reports Motorauthority.