New Brough S.S.100 launched!

Outrageously attractive Brough…

The company's retro-looking bike is a clever mix of and high-tech componentry and visual quirk, enough to attract less conventional motorcycle buyers, folk who want performance and to stand out from the crowd.

The bike's been a long time coming and some thought it was just a dream. The company says the new S.S.100 will only be available in limited numbers and it precedes a range of exclusive motorcycles, which aims to become the new reference in technology, performance and distinction. Stay tuned!

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The forthcoming (December) issue of Classic Bike Guide, on sale November 27 will have all the facts and pictures of this landmark product, plus details of the company's recent record-breaking Bonnevile Salt Flats exploits. Don miss it!

Full specification
Engine type:
four stroke 88° V-twin, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, water and oil cooled
Bore x stroke: 94×71.8mm
Capacity: 997cc
Power: from 73kW (100 hp) to 102 kW (140 hp) @ 10,000 rpm, depending on bespoke settings
Torque: 125Nm @ 8000 rpm
Compression ratio: 11:1
Wheelbase: 1550mm (61.02”)
Steering angle: 24.6°
Trail: 96.7mm (3.80”)
Dry weight: 180kg (395 lb)
Frame type: steel and titanium tubular trellis
Front suspension: Fior double wishbone, Ohlins shock 120mm (4.72”) travel
Rear suspension: progressive system Ohlins shock 130mm (5.11”) travel
Front brake: 4D Ceramic Beringer two floating double discs, aluminum-ceramic composite material, diameter 230mm (9,05”), two four-piston calipers with radial fixation and special sintered metal pads
Rear brake: single disc brake, aluminum-ceramic composite material, diameter 230mm (9,05”), two pistons caliper with special sintered metal pads
Wheels: 18 spokes (aluminum), front rim 3.50×18”, rear rim 4.25×18”
Front tyre: 120/70 ZR 18
Rear tyre: 160/60 ZR 18

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