The 1955 Ariel SquareFour was a revolutionary machine that completely disrupted the two-wheeled motorcycle industry. This motorcycle featured an innovative pushrod, overhead-valve, four-cylinder engine, which distinguished it from most other motorbikes at the time. With its flat-twin engine configuration and 90-degree transverse crankshaft, it allowed for a significantly closer engine block size than the competition. It also featured quick-change hub gears and a rigid frame and suspension for improved handling and better power delivery to the rear wheel. The bike was a formidable touring machine with its ample fuel and oil capacity and its reliable hard-wearing engine, designed for long cross-country trips. Its timeless classic looks included classic chrome detailing, as well as a classic teardrop fuel tank and classic sprung-style leather saddle. The Ariel SquareFour provided an iconic ride that was comfortable and powerful thundering down the open road, accompanied by the throaty growl of its engine.
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