The Ariel SquareFour 1949 is an iconic British motorcycle from the golden age of motorbiking. It was the first mass-produced four-cylinder motorcycle engine in the world. Its classic design has stood the test of time, and it is still revered today as an example of the engineering feats achieved in the 1940s and 1950s. The Ariel SquareFour 1949 was powered by a 500cc engine fed by a single carburetor. This engine was a squared-off design, with 4 cylinders arranged in a squared formation. The four cylinders made a unique sound, earning the model its name. The four cylinders gave the bike a smooth power delivery, making it great for cruising. The classic vintage styling of the Ariel SquareFour 1949 is timeless. It features a slim and sleek design, with a solo saddle, leather fenders, and classic chrome headlight and instrument panels. It has flat handlebars with winged levers, as well as a polished alloy shell to protect the engine. It has a 4-speed manual gearbox and chain drive, enabling the rider to shift gears smoothly and quickly. The Ariel SquareFour 1949 has a top speed of around 80 mph, making it capable of keeping up with modern traffic. For additional safety, the bike was fitted with a drum-brake front and back. This ensures that the bike can stop quickly and safely on the roads. The Ariel SquareFour 1949 has become a cult classic, and collectors around the world still seek out this collectors item today. Its classic and timeless design make it a unique and iconic bike, a legendary piece of engineering from the age of motorbikes.
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