Bell & Ross Flying Motorcycle Rock Into Paris

B-Rocket, BELL & ROSS’s revolutionary ‘flying motorcycles’ will be exhibited in the window of a famous tide shop in Paris before starting the world tour.
 Space watch expert Bell & Ross and the Shaw Harley-Davidson Harley modification team with the same concepts of innovative craftsmanship, superior performance and precise technology cooperate again to draw inspiration from the first-generation test jet developed in the United States in the 1960s to create a unique Concept motorcycle. B-Rocket is a memorable ‘flying motorcycle’. As an extension of the rocket motor cycle, BELL & ROSS launched the BR 01 and BR 03 B-Rocket watches with a limit of 500 pieces.
 The BR 01 B-Rocket is an exceptional timepiece for drivers. The 46mm large face plate echoes the momentum of the racer. What makes it stand out from the crowd is its superior timing function. As a speed controller, the watch is equipped with an oversized minute dial. The speed scale on the edge of the face plate accurately captures short-term data, making reading more convenient and fast. The watch is also equipped with three timers of 60 seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours. For practical purposes, the timing system is controlled by a bold red button. The 60-second timer at 3 o’clock is in black and white, which reproduces the style of the test speedometer in the year.
 The BR 03 B-Rocket watch incorporates a large calendar and power reserve display into a 42 mm frosted stainless steel case. The hollow position above the face plate sees the operation of the two calendar digital dials, showing the mechanical beauty. A circular power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock, shaped like a fuel gauge for a motorcycle or racing car. BR 01 and BR 03 B-Rocket are exquisitely crafted, bringing locomotive elements to the wrist, meticulous in both color and materials, the combination of red and black, and the choice of stainless steel and vertical leather are witnesses.

BELL & ROSS’s revolutionary ‘flying motorcycle’ was exhibited in the window of a famous tide shop in Paris before the world tour, attracting the attention of passing people.