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Ariel was mostly known for its impressive lightweight Atom, which was created for adrenaline junkie drivers who love to play on the track. But not many know that the company was initially building motorcycles and not four wheels vehicles. Therefore it should come as no surprise that they’ve decided to create an all-new motorcycle.
Ariel’s new two wheeler is named the Ace and like it was expected, it shares the same racy DNA with the Atom. The most impressive thing about the new Ace is its multiple personality - as it can be fully customize.

Among the options available for the bike you’ll find three types of fuel tanks, three wheelbase lengths, two suspension setups and three seat heights.

The motorcycle is built on a lightweight tubular aluminum frame which features different head angles, via interchangeable eccentric bearing holders that help you set various degrees for the rake angle (between 21.8 degrees to 28.4 degrees).

The frame houses a 76 degree, 1237cc, Unicam, Honda V4 engine which cranks out 173 BHP at 10,000 rpm and 131Nm of torque at 8750 rpm. The V4’s power is kept in leash by a six speed manual transmission but there is also available a dual clutch unit.

As far as performances are concerned, the engine can propel you to 165 mph in not less than 3.4 seconds.

The new Ariel Ace can is produced in 100-150 units per year and comes with a base price of 20.000 GBP.

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The Kawasaki VN1700 Classic sets new standard in its class in terms of style, power and rideability.

It is equipped with a 1700 cc, liquid - cooled, 4 - stroke, V-twin, SOHC, 8 valves engine which rewards you with a maximum output of 55 KW (74 PS) at 5,000 Rpm and 135 Nm (13.7 Kgfm) of torque at 2,750 Rpm. The engine’s power is handled by a 6-speed transmission.

The also features Kawasaki’s first fully electronic throttle actuation system which enables the ECU to control the volume of both the fuel and the air delivered to the engine.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the Kawasaki VN1700 Classic is fitted with an Electronic Cruise Control, front and rear disc brakes and a 20 liter fuel tank.

The bike is priced around 11.499 USD.

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The Kawasaki VN1700 Light Tourer was especially designed for long journeys. It is equipped with a comprehensive list of features which help you travel long distances in full comfort.

Among them you’ll find a pair of generous saddlebags made of leather, a tall windshield and a 20 Liters fuel tank.

At the heart of the motorcycle sits a 1700 cc, liquid-cooled, 4 - stroke V-twin, SOHC, 8 Valves engine with fuel injection. The engine generates a maximum power of 55 KW 74 PS at 5,000 rpm and 135 Nm (13.7 Kgfm) of torque at 2,750 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a 6-speed transmission with wet, multidisc clutch. The engine is housed by a double cradle steel frame.

You also get front and rear disc brakes and 130/90B16M/C 67H front and 170/70B16M/C 75H rear tires.

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Harley Davidson revealed the 2013 version of its popular Dyna Fat Bob model. The bike is propelled by a strong air-cooled Twin Cam 103B Harley engine which is mated on a 6 speed cruise drive transmission.

As far as styling goes, the 2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna Fat Bob FXDF features a drag-style handlebar combined with an aggressive front end, coil over rear chrome shocks and a dual chrome headlamp. You also get a premium paint job which further enhances the custom look.

To offer a smooth ride the motorcycle is equipped with adjustable suspension which suits a wide range of riding styles. The company’s engineers have also spent a lot of time to reward the Harley-Davidson Dyna Fat Bob’s rider with top notch ergonomics. Thereby you are treated with forward-mounted controls, engine idle temperature management strategy and a comfortable saddle.

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The 2013 Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe is now offered with an exclusive Hard Candy Custom paint scheme which draws inspiration from the ‘70s custom bikes.

The retro style of the motorcycle is underlined by its classy fenders which are combined with a set of unique Dunlop tyres. The front end holds a premium touring tyre with a three-ply polyester casing and two fiberglass belts while the back cruiser tyre has an advanced tread pattern.

When designing the Softail Deluxe, the company’s engineers have spent a lot of time in the ergonomy department; thereby the motorcycle offers a very comfortable riding position thanks to its low seat with slim sides and the pull-back handlebar.

The motorcycle’s center piece is the air-cooled, Twin Cam 103B engine with a displacement of103 cu in. The unit puts out 98.7 f-lb of torque at 3,000 rpm and delivers a combined fuel economy of 42 mpg.

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The 2013 Harley-Davidson Softail Blackline features a vintage look and is fitted with a wide range of custom accessories which give it a pretty distinctive personality. The Softail Blackline also comes with optional Hard Candy Custom, a large metal flake paint finish that recalls the iconic styling of ’70s custom bikes. Other traits that form the motorcycle’s fancy personality are the cast aluminum wheels with full wrap fenders, mini “ape hanger” handlebars, chromed-out fork covers and the hand finish fuel tank.

The motorcycle is propelled by an air-cooled, Twin Cam 103B poweplant with a displacement of 103 cu in. The engine is mated on a six speed gear box and delivers a peak torque of 98.7 ft-lb at 3250 rpm. You also get the Engine Idle Temperature Management Strategy (EITMS) feature, which automatically cuts fuel and fire from rear cylinder when idling.

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The international version of the Softail Fat Boy draws inspiration from the choppers of the ’60s and ’70s, so it sports a classic design language which makes you think in its iconic ancestors.

The motorcycle is a laid back and luxurious chopper fitted with a robust fuel tank, custom looking rims and an air-cooled Big V-Twin Cam Harley engine.
Air-cooled, Twin Cam 103B Bore 3.875 in. Stroke 4.38 in. Displacement 103 cu in
The 103 cu in engine delivers 98.7 ft-lb of torque at 3000 rpm and delivers a fuel efficiency of 42 mpg.
The strong powerplant is kept in leash by a six speed cruise drive transmission which provides smooth, quiet shifting and reduces engine speed on the highway. The stopping power is assured by a set of strong brakes combined with ABS (optional).

Another feature offered by the Harley Davidson Softail Fat boy is the factory-installed next-generation security system which features a hands-free fob that automatically arms and disarms the electronic security functions.

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The 2013 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic features an attractive custom style. We especially like the old school saddlebags, the fluid fenders with chrome highlights or the imposing chromed headlamp. Not to mention about the wheels, the optional 110th Anniversary gas tank medallion, or the hidden rear shocks which further enhance the vintage look of the motorcycle.

As far as comfort goes you get a detachable windshield, tall handlebar, full-length rider footboards, convertible two-piece seat and engine idle temperature management strategy.

The 2013 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic is powered by a 1690 cc, Air-Cooled, Twin Cam 103B engine which cranks out 131 Nm of torque at 3000 rpm. The engine is married with a six-speed cruise drive transmission which provides smooth, quiet shifting and reduces engine speed on the highway. The Fuel consumption is rated at 5.6 liters/100 km.

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Harley Davidson revealed its 2014 lineup. All models received their set of small upgrades and the Dyna Street Bob makes no exception.

In terms of style the motorcycle comes with fuel tank medallions, mini ape-hanger handlebars, black out accents and personalized paint options.

Power comes from an air-cooled, Twin Cam 103 engine that delivers a maximum torque of 98.8 ft-lb at 3,000 rpm. As far as efficiency is concerned, the engine delivers an average fuel consumption of 43 mpg. The engine was carefully designed to work together with a modern Six-Speed Cruise Drive transmission that is perfectly suited for long journeys.

For enhanced comfort the Harley Davidson Dyna Stret Bob is equipped with a set of preload adjustable front suspensions and a slammed low rear suspension.

The 2014 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob is offered with a base price of $13,349.

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The Victory Ness Cross Country Limited Edition comes with a comprehensive list of special features give it a fairly unique personality. Among them you’ll find diamond-cut heads, trick seat, and Ness custom graphics. The motorcycle was designed by Arlen, Cory and Zach Ness and is available in a limited number.

The Victory Ness Cross Country Limited-Edition also features a sleek, blacked-out boomerang windshield, and a pair of custom-looking saddlebags with a volume of 21.3 gallons.

At its heart sits a 1731 cc, 4 stroke, 50° V twin engine with 4 valves per cylinder. The engine is mated on a six speed overdrive constant mesh transmission with wet, multi-plate clutch and is fueled by a 22 liter fuel tank.

Victory Ness Cross Country Limited-Edition is offered with a base price of $22,999.

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