Brough Superior Workshop: Behind the scenes with our welder
Beyond the outstanding ergonomics, cutting-edge technology and timeless elegance that characterize a Brough Superior motorcycle, they earned their nickname as "the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles" thanks to the unmatched quality of their finishing touches, luxury and meticulous details. The workshop’s welder - who is also a boilermaker and polisher - is responsible for ensuring that every metal piece used to construct the motorcycle is absolutely perfect. Heritor of the brand’s exclusive century-old knowledge, they weld, cut, fold and polish with the same high standards that allowed George Brough to turn the brand into a legend.
The welder’s role at Brough Superior
As skilled welders and boilermakers, the master craftsmen who work in Brough Superior’s workshop are entrusted with making some of the most integral and innovative motorcycle pieces. They work the metal by hand, bringing to life unique aluminum body parts, exhaust systems and much more. The welders and boilermakers meticulously clean, degrease and assemble these parts, before welding and polishing them with extreme precision. Masters of perfection, they perform rigorous quality control checks on every visible and nonvisible part of a Brough Superior motorcycle. They work with rare materials, some of which are also used in the aerospace industry. For example, crafting the titanium chassis requires technical expertise and flawless welding skills.