AMB 001 2019
AMB 001 PRO 2022


SS80 1922-
SS100 1986-
SS100 2016
SS100 "Bert le Vack" 2021
SS100 Lawrence Nefud Scrambler 2021
SS100 Lawrence Special Edition 2020
SS100 Superior 2023
SS100 Superior Lawrence 2023
Lawrence Dagger 2023

Brough Superior motorcycles, sidecars, and motor cars were made by George Brough in his Brough Superior works on Haydn Road in Nottingham, England, from 1919 to 1940. The motorcycles were dubbed the "Rolls-Royce of Motorcycles" by H. D. Teague of The Motor Cycle newspaper.

George Brough was a racer, designer, and showman - his father William E. Brough had been making Brough Motorcycles in Nottingham since 1908, and continued to do so until 1926. Convinced he could improve on his father's designs, all Brough Superior motorcycles were high performance and superior quality. Most were custom-built to the customer's needs, and rarely were any two of the same configuration.

Approximately 3048 motorcycles (19 models) were made in the 21 years of production; around a third of that production still exists. T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia") owned eight of these motorcycles and died from injuries sustained when he crashed number seven; the eighth was on order.

Moving forward to 2008, vintage motorcycle enthusiast Mark Upham acquired the rights to the Brough Superior name. In 2013 he met motorcycle designer Thierry Henriette and asked him to design a new Brough Superior motorcycle. Three months later a prototype of a new SS100 was shown in Milan.

In November 2019, Brough Superior announced its partnership with Aston Martin to the World at the EICMA fair.

George Brough sat astride a Matchless SS100

T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia")