Brough Superior 1150 with Sidecar
A roadgoing version of one of the fastest motorcycles to race at Brooklands.
Brough Superior were marketed as the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles, combining style and comfort with effortless speed. All of their motorcycles were tested at Brooklands before being delivered to the customer.
Whilst this model was designed as a tourer, capable of making long trips in comfort, Brough were also extremely successful racing machines. Brooklands based racer Eric Fernihough took the world motorcycle land speed record with a Brough in 1937, and Noel Pope set the ultimate Brooklands Outer Circuit motorcycle records at 124mph solo and 106mph with sidecar.
- Engine: 1,096cc v-twin
- Top Speed: 75mph (with sidecar)
- Manufacturer: Brough Superior
- Model:11-50 Alpine
- Origin: Nottingham