In 1925, going 100 miles per hour was unheard of. Only a few, perhaps aircraft pilots and train engineers, had ever done it. On the ground? Only those who could afford a Brough Superior could do it regularly. For decades, this motorcycle ruled the racing circuit and famous risk-lovers like Laurence of Arabia owned several. Jay Leno has two of them.

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