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Friday, March 4, 2016

Brough Superior bounce back after 73 years long sleep

A British famous motorcycle manufacturer named Brough Superior back to producing the motorcycles, after their Brough Superior SS100 which was first released 73 years ago. This time Brough Superior was not make one motorcycle model but three models, namely Racing Full Black, Traditional, and Titanium.
Not one but three SS100 Models, namely Racing Full Black (left), Traditional (middle), and Titanium (right). (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xdazj)
The first Brough Superior SS100 motorcycles were produced in 1924 and the manufacturer stop the whole process of production since 1940. Since that time the famous British motorbike manufacturer was not producing motorcycles until 2013 they came back into production.
Front three quarter of Brough Superior SS100 Traditional model. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xdazj)
Their new motorcycles have a vintage design and was first introduced in the EICMA 2014 in Milan, Italy. The new version of Brough Superior SS100 are also carrying the style of cafe racer and using a V-twin engine with a cylinder capacity of 997 cc that claimed can spew the power ranging from 100 hp to 140 hp.
Right side view of Brough Superior SS100 Titanium model. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xdazj)
For its chassis, these motorbikes use the basic ingredients mixture of titanium and steel. And for the legs, Brough Superior designed by themself the special 4D brake caliper for this motorcycle and wheels that are all made of aluminum.
Rear side view of Brough Superior SS100 Racing Full Black model. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xdazj)
The motorcycles which began mass production in 2015, uses a double wishbone front suspension 120 mm and at rear 130 mm progressive shock. These suspension systems in order to bind the tires size of 120/70 R18 and 160/60 R18. But unfortunately until now there is no price tag on these cafe racer motorcycles. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORCYCLE.COM]
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