Brough Superior SS100
A quality framed motorcycle print unique to Sump Magazine
Specifications: Solid oak frame. High-resolution image. UK designed and produced. Reinforced corners.
About this framed print...
We love the metal motorcycle signs that we sell. We've got them all over the place and they provide convenient and satisfying resting places for our eyeballs whenever the need arises.
And naturally, being the motorcycle junkies that we are, we wanted to develop another range of images that might better suit the home rather than the shed or garage (not that you can't hang our metal signs just about anywhere).
What we came up with is a collection of prints framed in solid oak that will, we think, satisfy the vast majority of like-minded folk. We could have gone cheap. But that isn't our style. Instead, we looked in the other direction and spent a lot of time selecting frames of a decent quality that will last for years, if not decades. The image designs, meanwhile, are unique to Sump.
People are generally pretty quick to trot out the familiar "Rolls Royce of Motorcycling" line that greatly tickled George Brough. But we prefer to think of these bikes simply as fast, durable, quality and handsome machines. Sure they're a legend. But we tend to think in terms of transport and leave the hype to others.
Our Brough Superior 998cc SS100 print is mounted in a 225mm x 175mm x 16mm solid oak frame. The high quality image measures 203mm x 152mm (or 8-inches x 6-inches, if you prefer).
We're adding to the range constantly, all of which are supplied mounted in the same quality oak frames to look good on your wall, desk, mantelpiece, shelf or wherever. We think they look great, and we think you'll agree. But if you want poorer quality alternatives, try Amazon or Ebay. We're aiming high, not low. How about you?
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