ACE STANDARD MODEL 1925


The motorcycle Ace Standard Model of 1925 was manufactured by the company Ace and corresponds to the series of Ace standard model that encompasses motorcycles of different displacements.

This bike belongs to the category of trail and the first model of the Ace standard model generation began to be sold in the year 1924, that's why incredible as it may seem, we are talking about a a motorcycle generation that already has 98 years.

Summarizing the characteristics of this bike, it has an engine displacement of 75.30 ci with an twin-cylinder, 4-stroke engine.

Take a look at the information of this tremendous motorcycle.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ACE STANDARD MODEL 1925

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
MakeAce
Web siteOfficial site Ace
ModelStandard Model 1925
Year1925
CategoryTrail
ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION
Displacement75.30 ci (1234.00 cc)
Engine typeTwin-cylinder, 4-stroke engine
Bore x stroke2.8 x 393.7 inches (69.9 x 10,000.0 mm (10,000.0 x 10,000.0 mm))
IntakeIntake by carburetor
IgnitionMagneto ignition
Final driveChain transmission
DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES
Empty weight363.8 pounds (165.0 kg)
CHASSIS, SUSPENSION AND WHEELS
Front tire3.5-27
Rear tire3.5-27
WheelsRadial
SeatSingle spring assembly

RATING AND SCORING

These are the ratings users have sent about the motorcycle:

Engine
Engine response, feel, acceleration and power.
89
Driving
Overall driving experience, for both short and long hauls
91
Brakes
Brake feel, ABS response, and emergency braking response
85
Instrumentation
Amount of information we have, different driving modes and connectivity
89
Comfort and convenience
Seat comfort, driving position and control ergonomics
91
Appearance and styling
Overall design and appearance of the bike compared to similar models.
83

QUESTIONS AND DOUBTS ABOUT ACE STANDARD MODEL 1925

📅 When was the first model of this motorcycle manufactured?

The first model of this motorcycle was produced in 1924.

🏋️‍♂️ How much does this motorcycle weigh?

The ACE STANDARD MODEL has an empty weight of 363.8 pounds.

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