ADVANCED DESIGN

The ARCH Method 143 is the ultimate production motorcycle. Created to realize an ambition of what could be achieved in motorcycle design, and to offer the opportunity for ownership of a motorcycle normally unavailable to the public, a concept… A concept led by the design idea of layers and materials including carbon fiber, aluminum and fine leather. 

ADVANCED DESIGN

The ARCH Method 143 is the ultimate production motorcycle. Created to realize an ambition of what could be achieved in motorcycle design, and to offer the opportunity for ownership of a motorcycle normally unavailable to the public, a concept… A concept led by the design idea of layers and materials including carbon fiber, aluminum and fine leather. 

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CONCEPT VEHICLE

Manufacturers normally create concept vehicles to demonstrate the brand’s design and engineering ethos. Traditionally, these concept vehicles might be displayed in public then either destroyed or stored away. The Method 143 is our approach to creating a concept vehicle that exists outside its traditional fate by producing a limited run of 23 units offered for ownership.

LAYERED DESIGN

Layered carbon fiber, aluminum, and fine leather result in integrated shapes, textures and style that contribute to a fluid form. Layers that slide under or cover one another, intersect without interrupting the full intention of the master shape or continuity. The choice of materials and the texture of machining contribute to the overall detail in each Method 143.

MONOCELL CHASSIS

The Method 143 is the first American production motorcycle utilizing a carbon fiber mono-cell chassis providing fuel storage, air filtration and strength. The investment in rigorous design and engineering of this unique chassis provides unrivaled rigidity, weight reduction and handling.

MORE POWER

Featuring 143 cubic inches of pure American muscle, ARCH Motorcycle's largest power plant to date, the Method 143 is a torque-laden powerhouse equipped with a Six-speed transmission and dry clutch setup. A massive 70mm downdraft throttle body feeds the fuel-injected combustion chamber while the unique proprietary titanium, carbon fiber and aluminum exhaust system expels spent gases.

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Manufacturers normally create concept vehicles to demonstrate the brand’s design and engineering ethos. Traditionally, these concept vehicles might be displayed in public then either destroyed or stored away. The Method 143 is our approach to creating a concept vehicle that exists outside its traditional fate by producing a limited run of 23 units offered for ownership.

CONCEPT VEHICLE

Layered carbon fiber, aluminum, and fine leather result in integrated shapes, textures and style that contribute to a fluid form. Layers that slide under or cover one another, intersect without interrupting the full intention of the master shape or continuity. The choice of materials and the texture of machining contribute to the overall detail in each Method 143.

LAYERED DESIGN

ARCH METHOD 143

The Method 143 is the first American production motorcycle utilizing a carbon fiber mono-cell chassis providing fuel storage, air filtration and strength. The investment in rigorous design and engineering of this unique chassis provides unrivaled rigidity, weight reduction and handling.

MONOCELL CHASSIS

ARCH METHOD 143

Featuring 143 cubic inches of pure American muscle, ARCH Motorcycle's largest power plant to date, the Method 143 is a torque-laden powerhouse equipped with a Six-speed transmission and dry clutch setup. A massive 70mm downdraft throttle body feeds the fuel-injected combustion chamber while the unique proprietary titanium, carbon fiber and aluminum exhaust system expels spent gases.

MORE POWER

FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS

ADVANCED DESIGN

Manufacturers normally create concept vehicles to demonstrate the brand’s design and engineering ethos. Traditionally, these concept vehicles might be displayed in public then either destroyed or stored away. The Method 143 is our approach to creating a concept vehicle that exists outside its traditional fate by producing a limited run of 23 units offered for ownership.

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LAYERED DESIGN

Layering of fine materials results in the integration of shapes, textures and stye that contribute to a fluid form. The choice of materials and the subtle texture of machining contribute to the detail in each motorcycle.

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MONOCELL CHASSIS

A first in American production motorcycles, the carbon fiber chassis of the Method 143 integrates fuel, air management, and critical component balance in a light, rigid and strong package.

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MORE POWER

An exclusive ARCH + S&S 2343cc (143ci) delivers a velvet-gloved gut-punch of power. The Method 143 is design and propulsion that explores the outer limits of motorcycling.

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“The Method 143 concept was created to push the limits of what could be achieved in motorcycle design.”

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LIMITED PRODUCTION

Limited to 23 units worldwide, each Method 143 will be assembled by our dedicated staff in our Los Angeles, California facility.

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LIMITED PRODUCTION

Limited to 23 units worldwide, each Method 143 will be assembled by our dedicated staff in our Los Angeles, California facility.

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KEY SPECIFICATIONS

2343 532
Displacement (cc) Dry Weight (lbs.)
151 4.2
Torque (ft-lb) Fuel Capacity (Gallons US)

 

TAILORED TO YOU

Each of the 23 Method 143 units will be a bespoke ergonomic and aesthetic expression of its owner. The result reflects your direct input and our design, procurement and assembly teams work to create a timeless motorcycle tailored to you. Each Method 143 motorcycle will be curated and meticulously assembled in our California facility.

TAILORED TO YOU

Each of the 23 Method 143 units will be a bespoke ergonomic and aesthetic expression of its owner. The result reflects your direct input and our design, procurement and assembly teams work to create a timeless motorcycle tailored to you. Each Method 143 motorcycle will be curated and meticulously assembled in our California facility.