This modern interpretation of the original SS100 pays tribute to the 1924-1939 classic. It was brought to life by British entrepreneur Mark Upham and his partner Thierry Henriette, who revived the brand in 2004. The motorcycle is equipped with a 997cc 88-degree V-twin engine, generating 102bhp and mated to a six-speed transmission.
While preserving much of the classic bike’s charm and styling elements, the updated SS100 was initially revealed at the 2013 EICMA show in Milan, with production commencing in 2016. A limited run of 300 motorcycles was crafted by Henriette’s Boxer Design in Toulouse, France. Each of these bikes were meticulously handcrafted and boasts a titanium frame and subframe, an aluminum fork and swing arm, along with nickel-plated and enameled accents.
Source: Collecting Cars