Superior SS80 Prototype "Old Bill"
The Superior Choice
George Brough founded Brough Superior in 1919, adding “Superior” to distinguish his company from that of his father. This motorcycle was built especially for Brough as a racing sprinter and was named “Old Bill” after a character in a World War I comic book. Brough rode “Old Bill” to 51 victories in a row in 1922 and 1923. Building upon his racing success, he created the iconic SS100 road model which was dubbed by The Motorcycle newspaper as “The Rolls-Royce of motorcycles.”