Stunning new Brough Superior Lawrence announced for 2021

The Brough Superior Lawrence features all-new carbon fibre bodywork, a titanium frame and aluminium forks

Brough Lawrence 2021 motorcycle

BROUGH Superior has announced a new motorcycle that is an homage to the man who made the brand famous. The Lawrence is a special edition of epic proportions, with a more refined and sleeker silhouette, ultra-light materials, and bespoke detailing for the new 2021 model.

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Powering the bike is a 997cc, 88° V-twin that features four-valve heads. It produces a handy 102bhp, with 64lb-ft of torque on offer at 7,300rpm. The engine though is only one part of the story, the really juicy bits of this bike are in the chassis and bodywork.

The frame of the Lawrence is constructed completely of machined titanium, with even the subframe getting the money-no-object treatment. The front end is suspended by a Fior-type fork, which again, is completely CNC machined from a solid aluminium block. Titanium links join it to a centrally mounted monoshock that allows for pre-load and rebound adjustability.

At the rear, we can again see an achingly stunning all-aluminium machined swingarm, with a preload and rebound adjustable monoshock keeping the machine in check.

One of the biggest departures with this bike over the rest of the Brough Superior range is the departure from the classic styling and bodywork of before. Until now, most of the SS100 inspired Broughs have tried to authentically replicate the styling of the original bikes in a modern form.

Instead, the Lawrence wears completely new and bespoke carbon fibre bodywork, which swoops and moulds to the shape of the bike. It only really means that the machine has a new fuel tank and seat unit, but it manages to completely transform the look of the retro machine. It looks sleeker, less fussy, and much more purposeful.

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