If you're a sad person such as myself, you sometimes find yourself wondering about the fate of those from motorcycling's periphery, such as the main Ariel 3 girl:
Brad Jones's excellent book, BSA Motorcycles - the final evolution identifies her on page 46 as Caron Gardner; on page 48 there are six publicity photographs of her on the trike (courtesy of the VMCC) that were never used.
She'd been employed by BSA before. A photo from the Morton's archive shows her on a Bantam de luxe at Earls Court in 1964:
This was the year she appeared for six weeks in Crossroads, but her acting career wasn't always so mundane, as she was also in a 007 and a Beatles movie as well as appearing in Monty Python's Flying Circus and Morecambe & Wise.
As a blonde actress/model, Caron was a natural for those ITC Lew Grade programmes of the 1960s-70s which will be remembered - perhaps with horror - by many of the UK-based IKBA panel, such as The Saint (she appeared in either four or six episodes, depending on which source is believed), Danger Man, Department S and The Champions.
Here she is with Roger Moore in The Saint:
And with the somewhat quirky Peter Wyngarde (aka 'Jason King') in Department S. (Apologies for the length of this link.)
Caron is aged 77 and still with us. I've posted a link to her International Movie Database page, but it doesn't include what seems to have been her most recent TV appearance, in which she portrayed Arthur Fowler's first girlfriend in EastEnders. Not too glamorous in comparison to her role as an aircraft pilot in Goldfinger, but exactly the same could be said about riding an Ariel 3.