At The Quail Motorcycle Gathering in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, an event that is getting more and more attention from media and motorcycle fans each year, we will have the chance to see in firsthand the new motorcycles from Curtiss Motorcycles and also from Arch Motorcycle.
The bikes will be shown to the public this Saturday.
The concept for the Arch Method 143 was revealed at during EICMA, last year, and since the unveil of the concept the company founded and owned by famous actor Keanu Reeves and Gard Hollinger has been working hard to create a very special motorcycle.
Details about the Method 143 are very limited at the moment, but Arc Motorcycle already said that they will only build 23 units of this model. The engine is an S&S V-twin with 2343 cc displacement and the chassis is a Monocell manufactured in carbon fiber.
As for Curtiss Motorcycles, the company formerly known as Confederate, will show at The Quail Motorcycle Gathering their vision of an electric motorcycle.
Known as the Hercules, this Curtiss motorcycle will be based on the Y-Block concept the company already shown a few months ago. The bike will be powered by Zero Motorcycles technology, an all-new twin-engine powertrain capable of nothing less than the equivalent to 175 hp!
Stay tuned for all the details on these new motorcycles coming in from Arch Motorcycle and Curtiss Motorcycles at The Quail Motorcycle Gathering.