Just like the original SS100, the new bikes feature the sort of innovation you can only hope to see from bespoke motorcycles like this. Featuring a machined aluminum frame with a fabricated titanium subframe, the bike is not only lightweight but nice and stiff as well. The front end uses a unique suspension system that's not quite a girder, but something close. In the video below, Brough Superior Motorcycles Executive Director Albert Castaigne describes it as a "double-triangle fork system, which allows to have really precise steering totally separated from braking, with no diving while braking." The rear suspension features a cast aluminum swingarm that pivots in the engine crank case, with a fully-adjustable monoshock. It's great to see innovations that are so far out, but still form following function.