RAF Benevolent Fund Spitfire

BASE PRICE: £18,000.00

Features

  • 100 individually numbered machines commemorating 100 years of the RAF
  • Each motorcycle features a unique piece of WWII Spitfire wing section
  • Unique colour scheme inspired by prototype Spitfire K5054 built in 1936
  • Each bike is supplied with a WWII Spitfire tail number and accompanying book detailing its history
  • Supplied with a pair of deluxe hand-stitched leather luggage panniers
  • Black YSS rear shock
  • Avon white-wall tyres
  • Low-slung dual exhaust system
  • Floating tractor saddle
  • TIG welded steel trellis frame with a range of high quality powder coatings to choose from
  • Powerful Brembo twin-disc braking system
  • Fully equipped with CNC machined ancillary components
  • Features lustrous carbon "propellor-inspired" mudguards
  • £1,000 from the sale of each bike will be donated to the RAF Benevolent Fund

From One Family To Another

RAF Benevolent Fund Spitfire

Inspired by a bygone era of British motorcycles, and the machine ridden by the legendary TE Lawrence, his beloved Brough Superior. With its elegant hand-stitched luggage panniers and vintage front show-plate, the bike gives an unmistakable nod to the pride and joy of Lawrence of Arabia.

Taking further styling cues from the original Supermarine Spitfire prototype, the light blue colour scheme mirrors that of Spitfire K5054, built in 1936.

Invasion stripes, as used in D-Day landings wrap around the tank, and even the extended carbon fibre mudguard tips have the same chromium yellow taken from the original Spitfire propeller design.

Further attention to detail can be found behind the plush, floating saddle, where the signature of Sydney Hennan, father of CCM founder Gail Clews, who lost his life serving in the RAF, is inscribed in the machined alloy seat base.

Whilst thoroughly modern in design and efficiency, the power behind this unique motorcycle comes from the same characterful 600cc single cylinder motor used across all Spitfire variants endowing this very special variant with a timeless feel. CCM’s signature artisan trellis frame provides the underpinnings for this exclusive model.

Just 100 of these exquisite bikes will be hand-built to commemorate 100 years since the formation of the Royal Air Force.

Technical Specification

  • Displacement 600cc
    Engine Bore x stroke – 100 x 76.5 mm
    Engine Type Single cylinder, Four-stroke
    Power 55 bhp
    Torque 58 Nm @ 5,500 RPM
    Compression 12.0:1
    Oil Capacity 1.8 Litres
    Fuel System Injection: Mikuni D45
    Cooling System Liquid
    Gearbox 6 Speed
    Final Drive Chain
    Clutch Multiple-disc, wet, Hydraulic control
    Average Fuel Consumption 56 mpg (71/100 km)
    Tank Nylon Composite – Painted Finish

    CCM Reserve the right to make changes to this initial protoyped design where necessary throughout creation and build.

  • Frame Type High strength steel, TIG welded
    Rake (Fork Angle) 26º
    Trail 118 mm
    Front Suspension 100 mm wheel travel. Adjustable
    Rear Suspension 100 mm wheel travel. Adjustable
    Front Brake 320 mm Disc
    Rear Brake 240 mm Disc

    CCM Reserve the right to make changes to this initial protoyped design where necessary throughout creation and build.

  • Dry Weight 135kg
    Power / Weight Ratio 0.41 HP / kg
    Seat Height 760mm
    Overall Height 1,100 mm
    Overall Length 2,117 mm
    Wheelbase 1,423 mm
    Fuel Capacity 14 litres

    CCM Reserve the right to make changes to this initial protoyped design where necessary throughout creation and build.

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