Above on the page there are several PDF Owner's Manuals & Spare Parts Catalogue for ARIEL Motorcycles.
The Ariel Motor Company has unveiled a motorcycle called the Ace, the first Ariel-branded machine in over half a century.
The new motorcycle will be produced in small batches at the Ariel plant.
Presumably, about 100-150 motorcycles per year will be constructed.
Motorcycles will be produced at the same facility where Atom sports cars are made.
The Ace is powered by a 1237 cc V4 engine from a Honda VFR1200 motorcycle.
It produces 173 hp at 10,000 rpm. and a torque of 131 Nm at 8,750 rpm.
By the way, the Honda Dual Clutch Technology (DCT) system for the Honda VFR1200 will also be present on the Ariel Ace.
As the manufacturer promises, his bike will accelerate to hundreds in 3.4 seconds, and its top speed will be 265 km/h.
Each motorcycle will be made to order of a specific client and in accordance with his wishes for customization.
And you can change everything - you can choose suspension options, different seat heights, different tank sizes, different handles, wheels, exhaust systems, and so on to your own liking - so that each Ace will be different from the previous one.
Ariel Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer from Bournbrook near Birmingham.
It produced her first motorcycle in 1902.
In 1951, the company was bought by the then large industrial group BSA, at the peak of its development, by the way, was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world.
The Ariel brand existed in the motor world until 1967, and then the production of motorcycles under this brand ceased.
The company itself ceased to exist in 1970.
Ariel name was reused in 1999 with the creation of Ariel Ltd., a sports car company.
Now Ariel produces only one model - Atom - a minimalist two-seater road sports car.