Aston Martin may not be the first name you associate with motorcycles, but the striking AMB 001 built in collaboration with Brough Superior could well change all that. Making its debut in Milan today, the handsome two-wheeler combines Aston Martin style with bike tech from the storied British specialist, for a very limited, very special run. Just 100 of the AMB 001 bikes will be made, the two companies say. They’re designed for the track only, rather than the open road, and will be hand-made in Toulouse, France, at Brough Superior’s factory. The body is made from structural carbon fiber, with a double wishbone front fork. Aston Martin and Brough Superior’s designers and engineers had their pick of materials, too, and there’s a mixture of titanium, billet aluminum, and classic leather. The AMB 001 is finished in Stirling Green and Lime Essence, just like an Aston Martin race car, while the forks, brakes, and wheels are contrasting Matte Black. There’s also plenty of exposed carbon fiber, including a fin that runs the whole length of the bike. It starts along the top of the tank, then passes under the saddle, and to the rear of the AMB 001. By slicing breaks in the Oxford Tan lea...