The Ariel 500 SquareFour was a legendary British motorbike that was notable for its performance, its unique engine design, and its superior handling. Its engine was a 500 cc air-cooled, four-cylinder SquareFour, with twin overhead camshafts and two 42mm Amal carburettors providing the power. It was the first British bike to exceed 100 mph, giving it the title of The King of the Road. The 1930 Ariel SquareFour had a sleek black frame with a curved saddle that gave the rider a comfortable ride with a great sense of balance while riding. The bike had a polo green bodywork that provided a striking contrast to the black frame and white trimmings that finished off the impressive looks. The engine was designed to provide a powerful, smooth acceleration, while the telescopic fork ensured a responsive handling and stability on all types of terrain. The timeless style of the Ariel SquareFour, combined with its performance and handling, made it one of the most iconic and desirable motorcycles of its time.
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