List of Ariel Motorcycles

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Model Year Notes
Ariel 3 hp 1908 325 cc
Ariel 3.5 hp 1913 499 cc, single-cylinder side-valve four-stroke
Ariel V-twin 1915 700 cc
Ariel 4 hp 1918 White and Poppe engine
Ariel Model D 500 cc 1926 Four-stroke OHV single
Ariel 557 cc 1926–35 Side-valve single variously designated A, B, SB, VA or VB
Ariel LB 1929–32 250 cc side-valve
Ariel LF & LG 1929–32 250 cc OHV "Colt"
Ariel 4F 1931–40 "Square" four-cylinder engine in 500 cc (1931-32) & 600 cc (1932-40) versions
Ariel VH 1932–40 500 cc OHV Red Hunter
Ariel NH 1932–40 350 cc OHV Red Hunter
Ariel LH & OH 1934–40 250 cc OHV Red Hunter
Ariel LF, LG, & OG 1934–40 250 cc OHV "Colt"
Ariel VB 1926–35 598 cc side-valve single
Ariel 4G & 4H 1937–40 "Square" four-cylinder 995 cc
Ariel W/NG 1940–45 350 cc (Military)
Ariel KG & KH 1945 500 cc parallel twin, later versions called the "Fieldmaster"
Ariel Square Four Mark I 1949–53 "Square" four-cylinder 995 cc
Ariel Square Four Mark II 1953–58 "Square" four-cylinder 995 cc
Ariel FH 1954 650 cc parallel twin called the "Huntmaster" with BSA A10 engine
Ariel 350 cc HT 1954 Trials special with competition frame
Ariel 500 cc HT 1954 Trials special with competition frame
Ariel Leader 1958–1965 250 cc two-stroke
Ariel Arrow 1959 250 cc sports version of Ariel Leader
Ariel Golden Arrow 1963 250 cc
Ariel Arrow 1967 200 cc reduced capacity to place it in lower road tax bracket
Ariel Pixie 1968 50 cc BSA Beagle engine
Ariel 3 1969 Dutch Anker 50 cc three-wheeler

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