Brough Superiors on Display

1936 Brough Superior SS80

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Part of the National Motor Museum collection.


This motorcycle was owned by the late Jack Kaines, founder of the National Motor Museum in Australia.


1927 Brough Superior SS80

Part of the Packard Motor Museum collection.


Originally purchased by Graeme Craw when he was in his early 20s. He eventually sold the bike so when it came up for sale in the early 1990s, he gladly purchased the bike back for the Packard Motor Museum collection in New Zealand.

1937 Brough Superior SS100

Part of the Classic Motocycle Mecca collection.


Classic Motorcycle Mecca in New Zealand has the largest display of Brough Superiors in the Southern Hemisphere. Classic Motorcycle Mecca’s Brough Superior SS100 underwent a full restoration in 1990 by UK specialist J W Tennant-Eyles and was featured in Cycle World magazine. With its optional chromed mudguards, nickel-plated fuel tank, fishtail exhausts and leather-faced tool boxes, this SS100 Brough Superior is every inch a superb example of the marque that became known as ‘the Rolls Royce of motorcycles’.