Arch says most aspects of its bikes are customizable, mainly ergonomics and aesthetics, and because each handbuilt machine relies on the owner's requirements, speed and power specs are often tough to nail down. In general, each weighs around 538 pounds and, if that 120 hp claim holds true, they should be a hoot to ride at speed; we'll let you know next week after we ride one. In the performance cruiser world, the KRGT-1 outweighs a Ducati Diavel by about 50 pounds, but should be a lighter touch than something like the Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 (637 pounds). It's about right in line with the Indian Scout however, but it blows all three of those away on price, which is projected to be somewhere in the $80,000 range. In the recent past, Hollinger has said that "the goal of any motorcycle manufacturer is to create a motorcycle that has soul," which explains why each Arch Motorcycle is tailored to each customer to dial in ergonomics and aesthetics unique to its owner. Hand-assembly after all, has its price.