The CyberPunk 2077 team knew just how to get Keanu Reeves to bite on their offer to be a part of the video game – give his motorcycle company a starring role. Reeves’ love of motorcycles is no secret, so when CyberPunk 2077 said it would feature Arch Motorcycle in it, the deal was sealed. Reeves co-founded the company in 2011 alongside LA County Choprods’ Gard Hollinger, and the futuristic Arch Motorcycle that will be featured in the game is loosely based on its top-of-the-line Method 143, whose carbon fiber mono-cell chassis is an engineering marvel in its own right.

“When CD Projekt Red approached me about doing CyberPunk 2077, they also spoke about integrating - they were fans of, these people that work at the company, were fans of Arch Motorcycle, and so they approached the idea of creating a specialized Cyberpunk 2077 version of the Arch Motorcycle and I thought that was a very fine idea,” said Reeves in the video.

Arch Motorcycle also helped supply the soundtrack for CyberPunk 2077 by taking an Arch Motorcycle out to California City Municipal Airport and recording its exhaust singing its wide-open song because the snarl of an Arch Motorcycle on the boil is a beautiful thing. The audio recordings attempted to capture nuances of the motorcycle's drivetrain and character as well. That guttural growl will now forever be a part of the CyberPunk77 experience as gamers mob around Night City on a 2077 Arch as Reeves’ CyberPunk persona Johnny Silverhand.