Between Toulouse and Porto, we produced a short documentary about the Brough Superior Motorcycles Legacy. So exacting was the individual tailoring of each Brough Superior SS100 that they gained explicit permission to be dubbed the “Rolls-Royce of motorcycles”. A marvel of craftsmanship and engineering, each SS100 was guaranteed to hit 100 MPH — no great feature by today’s standards, but this was in 1924. By 1928, the Brough Superior SS100 would hit 130 MPH in the standing kilometre with George Brough in the saddle. T.E. Lawrence, better known as Lawrence of Arabia, owned three Brough Superiors in his life and famously died when swerving to avoid two young cyclists.