Building on the success of their racing-focused Atom, the chaps at Ariel have turned their attention to the two-wheel market. The Ariel Ace Motorcycle is the stunning result. Sporting a skeletal frame that recalls the Atom but is machined entirely from an aluminum alloy billet, this sporty bike is powered by a 1237cc, water-cooled Honda engine good for over 170hp, a top speed of 165mph and a 0-60 time of just 3.4 seconds. Beyond the specs, though, the Ace is incredibly customizable, sporting your choice of seats, handlebars, exhausts, brakes, tank sizes and styles, and front ends, with the promise that your entire cycle will be built by a single technician who signs his work when he's done.
There are few things in the world of motoring that bring about quite as much joy as a great concept turned production vehicle — and few are as eagerly anticipated as the Jaguar F-Type Project 7. Set to debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in celebration of the 60th anniversary of its inspiration, the D-Type, this two-seater roadster will be limited to a run of just 250 cars. Sporting a 542-horsepower supercharged five-liter V8 engine, this track-ready yet street-legal racer will feature an appropriately British racing green paint job with white accents and stripes. So pull on your fire suit and driving gloves, because this throwback sports car is meant to go fast.
The Kawasaki Ninja250 is a fine bike all on its own, but if you yearn for something a bit more unique, this Brasse 31BLK Kawasaki Ninja Mod Kit should do just fine. The first production mod kit for the Ninja250, it comes complete with two gullwing headlamps, a drag speedometer, a new rear fender assembly, right & left component/cover panels, plus options like a quick-release passenger seat, replacement right and left lower fairings, and a side-mount license plate bracket. But the best part? It also includes all the necessary tools in the kit, so you can transform your bike from the comfort of your garage.