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ariel arrow golden arrow classic motorcycle 1964

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1964 golden arrow, fully functional and used, not stored in a shed nor ignored. The arrow runs well for it’s age. It’s better to ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow.
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10 Comments

  1. grumpyfishes

    30 juni, 2010 at 11:56

    Owned one between 64-66. Raised the comp. ratio to 10:1, matched up the piston transfer ports then it would do 70+ in third. Superb handling but the tyres then were no good, I cut down the footrests for more ground clearance and began to rub off the “Avon Speedmaster Mk11” on the sidewall of the front tyre. Very reliable apart from the plug caps not being waterproof.

  2. lukeslandspeeder

    30 juni, 2010 at 12:23

    chit ..i love this things shape. never saw this bike before. looks like a ww2 bike shape. is it a 2 stroke sounds like a bee sadly..

  3. annexliz

    30 juni, 2010 at 12:53

    Miss my original Arrow 200,FNO67B, had it tuned & stuffed!(Doug McHardy) easy 80 odd mph.Very smooth & balanced engine. Expansions sounded like ripping corrugated iron!! Where are you now?

  4. spo5egy

    30 juni, 2010 at 13:41

    I have owned one for the past 18 years, the poor bike is lying in my loft in bits but all there reg plate 250dus it has low mileage but needs a lot of work spent on it because from what i believe it lay outside in the 60s to early 70s un-used, I have been meaning to restore it for years and finding it hard to find time so I “might” sell, it’s really sentimental to me and seeing this video, wow! my dad origionaly had one in it’s day

  5. gotobedandtickler

    30 juni, 2010 at 14:03

    In answer to the question the paint, the colours were done as per original, the paint was matched from the original unexposed part under the seat and reproduced at a professional paint manafacturer. They use the latest computerised technology to mix the paint.

  6. Triumph750Bonneville

    30 juni, 2010 at 14:55

    Lovely bike. I bet you get nice compliments every time you take it out.
    Was ’64 the last year the Ariel Arrow was made?

  7. kingfiisher

    30 juni, 2010 at 14:56

    Ariel Arrow one of the best British two strokes ever made.

  8. tenchinatent

    30 juni, 2010 at 15:16

    Sounds great, looks great, you’re really lucky to own an Ariel Arrow in that great condition. Great rare bike, a real icon of the 1960’s cafe racer era.

  9. gravesrus

    30 juni, 2010 at 16:03

    Very nice bike.
    You don’t see many Ariel Arrows in such nice condition.

  10. blackturbans

    30 juni, 2010 at 16:42

    Wow! That’s fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Are those paint colours an accurate reproduction of the original factory paint scheme?

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