Brough’s rich history goes back more than 5 decades when Cafe Racers, weren’t the main development motorcycles, a long time before that there was the Brough Superior, an exceptionally select and over the top expensive British V-Twin that completed 120 mph out-of-the-case during the 1930s.
SS100 is back on road for since quite a while now.
Brough Superior is an unbelievable marque in the bike world, its item famous for the most high amount of value, advancement and plan. For a long time the first organization, possessed by George Brough, made magnificent bikes, known for their great execution and unrivaled building.
This unprecedented machine has the class, style and allure of the jazz age however is fueled by the most high level tech specs and parts, some high quality in the Brough Superior workshop. The 1920s thunder into the twenty first century.
It comes in different color make variant Traditional, Full Black and Titanium Each bike is made on order at Motocorsa with a cost of £59,999.There is a decision of three completions and various choices including discretionary wheels, handle bars, stools and seats. Allude to the handout for further subtleties.
George Brough’s manufacturing plant shut in 1940 yet today Brough Superior is back. In 2013 the re-propelled organization revealed plans to assemble the SS100 MK1, an elite, extravagance bike planned as a 90th commemoration tribute to the most renowned Brough Superior model in the organization’s celebrated history.
|Specifications of SS100|
|Engine Type: 997cc watercooled dohc 88° V-twin four-stroke with four valves per cylinder, and composite chain/gear cam drive|
|Bore x stroke: 94 mm x 71,8 mm|
|Power: Euro 3 Homologation 100bhp (73 kW) @9800rpm|
|Torque: Euro 3 Homologation 89Nm @7450rpm|
|Compression ratio: 11: 1|
|Frame type: Machined titanium frame with fabricated titanium subframe|
|Wheels: 18 spokes (aluminum)|
|Front tyre: 120/70 ZR 18|
|Rear tyre: 160/60 ZR 1|
Source : Motocorsa