Long-standing greats of the motorcycle industry, Cleveland Cyclewerks, gave the motorcycle community reason to smile with their Ace standard model bike. Its classical simplicity of frame, low seating height, and minimal weight gave us everything in just the right amounts, making it the hands-down favorite template for every custom junkie looking to make their biking experience unique.
With the standard set, they look set to raise the bar even higher with their latest limited production offering based upon the Ace Standard; The 2016 Ace Scrambler.
Rugged, capable exterior
Coming kitted with its trademark flat, comfy seats and utilitarian gasoline tank and headlight setup, you know right away that the scrambler means business.
Its classic looks certainly don’t mean the latest technology hasn’t been put to the best use in the scrambler with advanced features making the bike ride with surprising smoothness, stability, and fluidity for such a light-weight machine.
Its dual- purpose (on or off-road) tires lend an unmistakable rough-and-readiness to the scrambler which, coupled with its aluminum wheels and fender go towards giving the scrambler its authentic, All-American classic vibe.
Basic and Motor Specifications
Engine: 4-stroke, air cooled
Bore x stroke: 67*65mm, air-cooled
Maximum Torque: 5500r/min, 16.5KW
Transmission: Two stage, constant mesh, 5-speed gearshift
Clutch: Manual wet multi-plate
Fuel Tank Capacity: 12 liters
Ignition Method: Kick/ Electric
Maximum Speed: 70 MPH
In the very best tradition of the high-vigor bike line, suited for back-wood gravel-spitting as well as highway moonlight cruising, the Ohio-headquartered manufacturers fitted their latest offering with a 250cc engine grinding out a streaking 70 plus miles an hour while making your money go the distance with fuel consumption standing at 80 miles to the gallon.
Scheduled release date
Priced at under $3300 for the United States market, the 2016 Ace Scrambler, as well as the Standard and Deluxe editions have been released mid-to-late-2015.