The Ariel Red Hunter is a classic British motorcycle, produced from 1932 to 1967. The 1956 variant is powered by a 650cc single-cylinder engine and is capable of reaching speeds of up to 80mph.
The bike featured a unique “Red Hunter” paint scheme, which was typically red with white accents. It was considered to be a reliable and versatile machine, and was popular amongst both amateur and professional riders. The Red Hunter was always a popular choice for road racing, and some even used it for off-road racing.
The example we have on offer is finished in a dark burgundy over black leather and has 5084km indicated on the clock. It is presented well and is the perfect get-up-and-go motorcycle for a rider with any level of experience.